Cuisines of the Axis of Evil and Other Irritating States: A Dinner Party Approach to International Relations, by Chris Fair (h/t to Ann)
What can a nation’s eating habits tell you about it?
Isn’t Middle Eastern food all alike?
Which of your axis of evil dinner parties has gone over best?
More questions and answers: What if you gave a dinner party and the Axis of Evil came?, and her favorite dish: Khoresht-e Fessenjan!
Drawing Paradise on the ‘Axis of Evil’: Images from an art exhibition by Emily Johns
“… Prices for basic ingredients such as corn and wheat are … up sharply … The problem is particularly dire in the Caribbean, where island nations depend on imports and food prices are up 40 percent in places.
Weblog: Live from Tehran ***
Tehran yellow page, Persian
Never Been to Tehran : … invited worldwide participants–who have Never Been to Tehran–will take photographs (from their home base) of what they imagine Tehran to look like … (See next post)
Any additional suggestion?
“I blame my parents. They never threw food away. I thought it was perfectly normal for a mother to say: “It’s starting to go bad. You have to eat it.”
Fast-forward 30 years: I’m living in an affluent part of Northern California. Life is good, except for a dark secret in our suburb …” read more
A brief Explanation of all history, or on aggressiveness, see 338
Liver invading the pancreas & Newton Politics!
Hometown Baghdad: A series of very short-2, 3mn- video vignettes providing glimpses of everyday life of a middle class family in Baghdad. Tks PPGG Ann El khoury