How it feels when white people shame your culture's food - then make it trendy

How it feels when white people shame your culture's food -- then make it trendy

family's food went from 'Chinese grossness' to America's 'hottest food trend.' shame your culture's food - then make it trendy

Let’s eat together: how immigration made British food great

‘Britain and India have such an age-old love affair –Queen Victoria was a massive curry fan’: Meera Sodha in her kitchen.

Foodies’ taste for ‘authenticity’ can easily become another example of cultural appropriation in the quest for trendy ‘exotic’ flavors

Stop thinking and just eat: when 'food adventuring' trivializes cultures

Foodies’ taste for ‘authenticity’ can easily become another example of cultural appropriation in the quest for trendy ‘exotic’ flavors

Stop thinking and just eat: when 'food adventuring' trivializes cultures | Life and style | The Guardian

Stop thinking and just eat: when 'food adventuring' trivializes cultures

Stop thinking and just eat: when 'food adventuring' trivializes cultures | Life and style | The Guardian

Let’s eat together: how immigration made British food great

Immigrant communities have dramatically changed the food we eat. Nigel Slater celebrates the richness of our blended heritage.

Let’s eat together: how immigration made British food great

Immigrant communities have dramatically changed the food we eat. Nigel Slater celebrates the richness of our blended heritage. Plus, five young chefs reveal how their culture influences their cooking, and reveal a favourite recipe

Let’s eat together: how immigration made British food great

Immigrant communities have dramatically changed the food we eat. Nigel Slater celebrates the richness of our blended heritage.

Let’s eat together: how immigration made British food great

‘Food is up there with art and music in a country’s culture’: Zoe Adjonyoh, of Irish-Ghanaian descent, runs the pop-up Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen.

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