Food plays such an important role in our lives. It's connected to childhood memories and emotions. and it's intertwined with our culture. It's about roots and identity.
Cookbook author Claudia Roden in Flow Magazine (Issue 36)
Every Sunday in Samoa, the churches are full of people wearing white, singing heartily to Jesus. After church, families and villages come together to eat. In the Islands, food is traditionally prepared in an umu. This is much like a hangi, but the food is cooked on top of the ground, rather than under it. […]More
“Food is not rational. Food is culture, habit, craving and identity.”
JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER