Archive | History & Culture Seminar RSS feed for this archive

Declaration of BA Specialization…

Hello Chef Fan’s, many of you may have noticed that I have been spending a lot of time on researching different beverages and how they interact with what we eat. I honestly think that no meal is complete without something to drink along side of it, but I’m not sold on the fact that it […]

Rate this:

1 Comment Continue Reading →

My Perception of History and Culture as it Relates to Cuisine

Hey Chef Fan’s! Here we have it the last history and culture paper, the final one as you could call it. This isn’t the final paper I was expecting to write but it was what my teacher wanted from me. The assignment itself was to: Write a two-page essay “Why is history and culture important […]

Rate this:

1 Comment Continue Reading →

History of Alcohol and Drinking

Hello Chef Fan’s! In doing research for my History and Culture class I stumbled across a paper which I think is someones doctoral theses paper. While I didn’t use any of the information that he  found for his paper I did find the paper excellently written and a great wealth of historical information. I want […]

Rate this:

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

What We Drink With What We Eat: a Cultural Log Refelection

When I first started this class I came in wanting to know about how what we drink with what we eat has affected not only the food-way’s we have now but also the drink-ways we have also set up around the world. To do this I have spent time reading and doing research on the […]

Rate this:

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Coffee: A Drink so Strong it Will Make Goats Jump.

For many people coffee is just a drink that acts as an alternative to tea or soda. For others, coffee is necessary for survival to help them stay awake during long meetings, and for some, coffee is an art that requires much planning and high efforts are made to maintain its best quality. “Indian Coffee, […]

Rate this:

1 Comment Continue Reading →

Anise Liquor: A Middle East “Milk of the Lion”

In every region of the world, there is a common alcoholic beverage that is more popular than others. In the United States alone, you might get a few different answers depending on the state. In the Caribbean, rum is a major export, while in Russia and other parts of Europe vodka is the libation of […]

Rate this:

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →