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Coffee is a business

Peet’s Coffee just bought majority share in Intelligentsia coffee and acquired Stumptown Coffee earlier this year. So, the bitching has begun about “selling out” and how Peet’s is “just in it for the money”. Yes, they are, because every business … Continue reading

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84 English Heritage archaeology monographs free to download

From the Past Horizons Website: English Heritage (EH) and the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) have made available 84 EH Monographs covering a wide range of subjects, periods and specialisms. EH has a long tradition of producing highly illustrated archaeological monographs … Continue reading

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Conflict Kitchen

In Pittsburgh, PA we have “Conflict Kitchen” a project created to spark discussion about the cultures that the United States is currently in conflict with. Starting in October, they began featuring Palestinian cuisine and that’s when all hell broke loose. … Continue reading

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Food History Links #foodhistoryfriday

This week’s focus is going to be archaeology. An archaeological perspective gives us a different vantage point from which to view food throughout history. The Trouble With Blood by Julie Powell from Archaeology Archive. This is an abstract, but you … Continue reading

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Ivan Day Lecture in Ohio

On Friday, Ivan Day gave an amazing presentation, which I was, unfortunately, unable to attend. I was waiting for some detailed information from those who did attend so that I could share them and this afternoon, Elise Fleming (Dame Alys) … Continue reading

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