On Sunday, September 28th Chatham students are invited to gather on the Quad for a global meal. The food will be prepared by other students and will reflect their home culinary traditions.
To celebrate this festive meal the JKM Library is highlighting food writing and traditions from around the world! Check out the book display on the First Floor for essays, memoirs, and cookbooks reflecting the diversity of culture represented through food.
- Street food around the world : an encyclopedia of food and culture — The publication’s editors travel around the world studying affordable and simple food traditions. The book includes recipes too!
- Que vivan los tamales! : food and the making of Mexican identity — An historical approach to the shaping and influences of Mexican food culture.
- Endless feasts : sixty years of writing from Gourmet — Read about M.F.K. Fisher’s travels through Switzerland; Ray Bradbury’s musings on dandelion wine; and James Beard’s lesson in pasta.
Have you discovered a favorite place to eat in Pittsburgh? Whether the cuisine is new or reminds you of your traditions at home, we want to know! Leave a restaurant recommendation for someone. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next dinner out, take a recommendation with you!