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Anne Berry

Anne Berry

Currently living in Canada, Anne is a former teacher and policy analyst. She has travelled extensively in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and North America where she developed a passion for gastronomy and cuisine. Anne is currently working on the Cordon Bleu Master of Gastronomic Tourism.

My Life with Goulash – A Personal Memoir (recipe inside)

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In my early twenties, I was living in London, England and working in Hachette French Bookshop, a small establishment on a narrow lane off Regent Street.  It was a working holiday, following a student sojourn in France and a fanciful year in Cairo as a babysitter for a Canadian embassy family.  One day, I was returning home to north London when I passed a table of books on the sidewalk outside a small shop.

Contemporary Cuisine in North America – The 80’s & 90’s

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The 1980s saw an increase in ethnic restaurants in North America. Changes in immigration patterns due to political upheavals throughout the world resulted in new arrivals from Iran, the Middle East, the former Yugoslavia, the former Soviet Union, Hong Kong and other areas of Asia, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.  Many of these immigrants started restaurants, first for their fellow ex-patriots and then for the broader population.

The Globalization of Mexican Food

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In the Book Food Chains: From Farmyard to Shopping Carts Jeffrey Pilcher’s chapter (Eating Mexican in a Global Age: The Politics and Production of Ethnic Food) presents a case study on the evolution of Mexican food from its regional origins to its arrival in the United States and finally its acceptance on the world culinary stage.  He frames his discussion by asking the critical question:

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