Category: Events

Experiences from the Winter Fancy Food Show

By first year Gastronomy student Kaitlin Lee Last week I attended the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco. This Disneyland of food is orchestrated by the Specialty Food Association, the trade association for specialty foods in the United States. The Fancy Food Show brings together thousands of producers and thousands of products for buyers from […]

Conference Abstracts Workshop & Potluck

Interested in submitting a proposal for the 2018 ASFS conference? Not sure how to group papers into panel presentations? Curious about where you can submit your academic work? How does one write a proposal, anyway?? Join us for a potluck while we work on writing our conference abstracts on Wednesday, Dec. 13th from 6pm – […]

Spring 2018 Pepin Lecture Lineup

The Boston University Programs in Food and Wine have announced the following titles in the Spring 2018 Pépin Lecture Series in Food Studies, Gastronomy, and the Culinary Arts. February 13th: Julie Guthman UCSC professor Julie Guthman will be giving a lecture on her research on the California strawberry industry. You can read more about her recent […]

Reflections on Michael Twitty’s Pepin Lecture

On October 24th, Michael Twitty visited BU to present a Pepin Lecture on his book, The Cooking Gene. This is Gastronomy student Ariana Gunderson’s take on the lecture. “But, America is not ready for you.” So said an editor at a major publishing house to Michael Twitty, when he proposed a book tracing the food […]