Comestible: Issue 8: Winter 2018/2019
by Anna Brones
This eigth issue is all about "food and place, food and immigration, food and culture". The author, Anna Brones, has talked to many other writers and felt, as a relatively accepted Swedish immigrant leaving in the U.S., that inclusivity was the name of the game for this Comestible. From Qorma e Gulpea (Afghan Cauliflower Curry) to Lavash (flatbread) to Popo's Ji Bao Dan Gau (Chinese Bakery Sponge Cake), you'll get a diverse menu for whatever kind of flavor your taste buds are craving. Also, you'll get chapters on various topics like "How Is This Meant to Be Eaten?" and "I Am What I Eat: How I Rediscovered My Haitian Cultural Identity Through Food". With a plethora of delicious food recipes to choose from, I dare you to flip through this little book and not be watering at the mouth for the global cuisine. You may even learn something new about another culture!
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