“While food is one of the two fundamental pillars of human survival — water being the other — how often do we stop to think about food in a socio-cultural sense? For Zeynep Kilic, sociology professor, Fulbright Scholar, and Turkish transplant in Alaska, Turkish food has been the link between her new world in the US and her upbringing in Turkey…” My 34th article for HuffPost, and my first feature for HuffPost Taste.
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedinA strange local phenomenon: Czech people eat in public all the time. Not just normal eat-on-the-go types of foods like gyros, ice cream or pizza. You see them at tram and metro stops nibbling on peices of bread. Not French bread, or croissants, or even decent healthy-looking bread. It’s always the cheap, nasty Czech bread… Continue reading Nibble Nibble Here, Nibble Nibble There
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedinAs the various incarnations of my blog emerge, this one went stagnant long ago, hence my not writing for such a long time. There are three months between my final entry here at The TripWire and my first Signs Of Life essay. I suppose it’s because The TripWire started in Turkey and I am no… Continue reading Gulegule "TripWire," Ahoj "Signs Of Life"