“They may have the money, but we have each other,” insists the cook who feeds Athens’ poor. “This is not philanthropy, this is the natural human state.”
The most delicious way to a society’s soul is through its stomach, believes the creator of Palestine on a Plate.
In Oh My Sweet Land, the kitchen acts as the stage where events in Syria are played out, people’s fates are sealed and political plots are cooked up.
Elevating food to celebrity status has turned the theory of motivation upside down. It’s time to stick one up the foodies.
Was Belgian television justified in pulling an episode of a cooking programme featuring Hitler’s favourite dish?