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Eight Great Moments from our Telling Immigrant Food Stories Workshop

  Highlights from a recent workshop, Telling Immigrant Food Stories: Zahir Janmohamed remembers sitting around the campfire with his family at Yosemite National Park when his mom would whip out the small sandwich-press she treasured from her home country of Tanzania. With its orange handle and long metal prongs she would hold it over the […]

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We’re Open For the Summer

Hello all you Inquisitive Eaters! Just letting you know that, even though we’re a University publication, we’re remaining open this June, July and August! If you have food writing to share, please use our submissions system. And keep reading and eating with relish!

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Two Tasty New School Food Apps

The Future Food Hack, creator Jimmy Tang told Fusion in an email, “aims to create a dialog on the question: how do we envision feeding ourselves in the future?” Tang’s project may well prompt a discussion about food, but more likely it will spark imaginings of life in a dystopian, survivalist future. His project website […]

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Gallery: Food Design North America at The New School

On June 9, 2014, a group of designers, media professionals, academics, chefs and museum curators met at The New School to discuss what has now become Food Design North America, a group that connects people interested in the theory and practice of Food Design. With the help of the Dining Services of The New School, […]

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New York restaurant offers English class with New School students

New York restaurants are offering free English lessons to non-English speaking employees. CNN’s Maria Santana reports. http://cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/living/2012/07/23/santana-nyc-restaurants-free-english-classes.cnn.html

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Global Gateways and Local Connections: Cities, Agriculture, and the Future of Food Systems

Wednesday, June 20th – Sunday, June 24th 2012 New York City As increasingly greater portions of the global population shifts towards urban environments, and cities position themselves as crucial hubs not only for food consumption, but also for its production and distribution, it becomes urgent for agriculture to reposition and reaffirm its strategic role in […]

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Debate: corporate influence on what we eat

This morning on MSNBC’s Up w/ Chris Hayes, the New School’s Dennis Derryck, founder of Corbin Hill Farm, joined a panel of political commentators to discuss Bloomberg’s proposed soda tax, the political influence of “Big Food,” and  government regulation of American’s food access. The Up w/ Chris Hayes blog has the story, and the video.

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Jewish Cuisines: The Local and the Global | The New School for Public Engagement

The New School for Public Engagement is a division of The New School, a university in New York City offering distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. THE NEW SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT | http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement Jewish cuisine, based on biblical traditions and customs […]

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Mixed Greens: Food and the Environment at Milano

For the past few years, something unique has been cooking at The New School. Starting in fall 2012, a new item will be added to the mix: Food and the Environment, a specialization in the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management master’s program at the Milano School for International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy. Read more […]

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Watch this and you’ll never want to eat Ramen again…

Prepare to be grossed out and throw out all processed foods. Artist and New School instructor Stefani Bardin investigates how our bodies break down products such as Ramen and Gatorate.

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