Archaeology of Foodways with Dr. Tanya Peres

Grab your favorite holiday goodie and join Chelsi, Emily, and Kirsten on a jaunt through the research of Dr. Tanya Peres. Exploring foodways of early Spanish Franciscan missions, the meaning of food and feasting today and in the past, and what meaning we can give a COVID Christmas to ourselves and loved ones when we must physically distance ourselves from family and friends.

Show Notes

Tanya’s book: http://www.uapress.ua.edu/product/Baking-Bourbon-and-Black-Drink,6878.aspx

https://sites.google.com/site/tanyamperesphd/https://www.facebook.com/tanyamperes@foodwaysarch

Archaeology Food Book Series page:
http://www.uapress.ua.edu/Catalog/ProductSearch.aspx?ExtendedSearch=false&SearchOnLoad=true&rhl=Archaeology%20of%20Food&sj=1455&rhdcid=1455

Arte de Repostería, Juan de la Mata, 1755. http://hispanicsociety.emuseum.com/objects/12961/arte-de-reposteria;jsessionid=25664D52D90F24B1FC760AD27000FADB?ctx=6d025ee7-b555-4256-a1c8-b0ad6fa19869&idx=0

Arte de Cocina, Francisco Martinez Motiño, http://estudiosindianos.org/en/publications/cook-art-by-francisco-martinez-motino/

Pellagra: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4019925/

Kirsten´s blog suggestion: it is archived and no longer active, but still very good. http://www.fourpoundsflour.com/

Chelsi’s foodways blog suggestion for the Norwegian potato pancake mentioned in the episode. https://www.minnesotauncorked.com/how-to-make-perfect-norwegian-lefse/

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