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 looks at the cultural appropriation of food through a historical lens, providing crucial context for a thorny set of issues.