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Why We Eat What We Eat: Historical Impacts on Food as Demonstrated by Indian Cuisine

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Using Indian cuisine as a case study, this presentation will show how history impacts what we eat. After presenting some key historical events and their impact on Indian cuisine, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on how history has shaped what they eat.  

Dates:April 15, 2014 Check for other dates
Meets:Tu : 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:Northgate Commons Multipurpose Ro
Instructor:Heather Wadas
Fee:MH Resident: $5.00 | MH Staff: $5.00 | Non-Menno Haven/Community: $10.00

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