Category Archives: Spain

Kitchen Anthropology

What better way to know a place than though its inhabitants? And what better way to know people than through their kitchens? Recently I’ve been working on what I call kitchen anthropology. It started out as practice for a project … Continue reading

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when sheep take the streets

Another article recently published in The Atlantic Food Channel. Nomadic pastoralists take the town! Maggie Schmitt Last Sunday five hundred sheep passed through the center of Madrid. Sheep, and with them several oxen, lots of horses, and a bunch of … Continue reading

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