Principle photography for Star Wars began in the Tunisian desert in March of 1976. Just as location scouts were tasked with finding an other worldly landscape, some clever prop master was given the task with creating prop food for a Tatooinian lunch.
The ability of the anti-GMO movement to frame the debate in mainstream venues has been waning. Is 2018 the year they return to the fringe?
Three new biotech products recently hit the market that have the potential to steer the GMO debate in more productive directions.
Food historian Rachel Laudan recounts the Christmas meals of her childhood in 1950’s England and ponders whether children today can summon the same sense of wonder.
For much of our history, puddings played a large role in both our everyday and special occasion cooking. Today, not so much. Helen Zoe Veit explains why.
Food historian Rachel Laudan unpacks the historical differences between gardening and farming and the important roles they have played in different cultures. The “digging stick” vs the “plough”.
“We need salami. For that we need to go to the fridge.” “Where’s the fridge?” “The fridge is outside. It’s quite big.”