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Posts Tagged ‘food education’

Connecting with Locals Through Food in Jordan

  • Abigail King
  • 14 November 2012

Food in Jordan overflows with the flavours and colours of the Middle East. Served in large dishes and designed to be shared, its success lies in using ever-so-fresh and finely chopped vegetables, lashings of sesame-style tahini and plenty upon plenty of honey. Don’t limit yourself to the tourist taverns, though. Sign up for a cooking class at Beit Sitti, a grandmother’s kitchen in a real Jordanian home.

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Brisa Deneumostier Shares Sustainable Gastronomy in Peru

  • Sara Linares
  • 13 August 2012

To kick off a month-long agritourism theme on The Travel Word, we bring you an interview with chef Brisa Deneumostier in Lima, Peru. Her philosophies of mindful cooking and conscientious eating connect Lima’s thriving gastronomy scene to a growing sustainable agriculture movement.

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World Food Day and Local Food: A Search for Solutions

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 17 October 2011

Today we belatedly mark World Food Day, which was celebrated yesterday, October 16, in honour of the date in 1945 when the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization was established. The theme was ‘Food Prices – From Crisis to Stability,’ an attempt to spotlight the need for global practices that can prevent the devastating price upswings we have seen all over the world. We therefore look back at some of the fantastic local-food contributions that have been made on The Travel Word.

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Savour the Taste of Thailand with Bangkok Food Tours

  • Mika Santos
  • 17 June 2011

If you are in Thailand with a hankering for authentic local experiences, a food tour guarantees something unforgettable. In March 2011, Bangkok Food Tours launched personal food-tasting tours to the city’s best-kept secret food spots.

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