The following programs are part of the Pépin Lecture Series in Food Studies and Gastronomy and are free and open to the public. To register, please call 617-353-9852 or visit www.bu.edu/foodandwine. In the Matter of Food: Jewish Peddling in the New World, with Hasia Diner Monday, September 26, 6:00 p.m. | Meets at 725 Commonwealth Avenue, Room […]
Gastronomy student Amanda Balagur gives a recap of the 4th and final Pepin Lecture of Fall Semester 2015, featuring Darra Goldstein.
BU MLA in Gastronomy alumna Emily Contois presented as part of the Pepin Lecture Series on three iconic Australian foods: kangaroo, the flat white and Vegemite.
By Kendall Vanderslice On September 30th, a rainy Wednesday evening, Dr. Ari Ariel presented the second Pepin lecture of the year, titled “Hummus Wars: Buying and Boycotting Middle Eastern Foods.” The new head of the Gastronomy program began his presentation with a slideshow of the Guinness World Record competition between Lebanon and Israel, each vying […]
by Barbara Rotger Like family bibles and favorite children’s books, cookbooks are often singled out in the home for special treatment. They are kept separately from other books, passed down from generation to generation, with each caretaker inscribing his or her own name within it. However, unlike other treasured volumes, users regularly mark these texts […]