Human Inspired Innovation & Culture

Category archive

Food

Food/Reviews

The food Melbourne didn’t get right

In the very first episode of Rick Stein’s India, we get a glimpse of how passionate he is when it comes to Indian cuisine. Trying to contain himself, he explains to a member of his crew that the curry back home in England isn’t the same as the curry in India. On a recent trip to… Keep Reading

Food/Travel

Five reasons to drink your sake warm

By Hiroko Shimbo The dogma about sake today is that high-quality versions must be served chilled, but that is a total misconception. In fact, there are many quality sakes that are best enjoyed warmed. It’s true that sake, a traditional Japanese rice wine, was once consumed warmed if its quality was not good enough to… Keep Reading

Food

The Family Meal: How serving and sharing sustain us

By Diane Fresquez Part of what makes eating together so pleasurable, in any language or culture, is the conversation. But when London-based photographer Chris Terry was in Niger photographing an ordinary family enjoying a spaghetti dinner, he was surprised that no one spoke. “It’s a great privilege to have food to eat,” explained the grandmother,… Keep Reading

Go to Top