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Tony May Brings Us Back to The Basics My first memories of Mediterranean cuisine experiences came in the late 70s or early 80s with seminars organized...
Aglaia Kremezi Remembers Friends and a Traveling Circus of Foodies As Ari Weinzweig eloquently wrote “one of the great things about Oldways is the...
Louisa Kasdon Recalls ‘Herding Cats” I felt sorry for the bus driver. It was the first time I understood the phrase “ herding cats .” His impossible...
Marion Nestle Remembers a Lasting Legacy Memories of Oldways ? Mine ­go back to 1990 when Greg Drescher invited me to speak at an Oldways conference...
David Rosengarten Shares Some Island Antics My trip last year to the Oldways conference in Pantelleria , Sicily, was unusually packed with thrills,...
Ari Weinzweig Remembers an Old Friend and Their Cheesemaking Travels One of the great things about Oldways is the way in which it has allowed so many...
Ana Sortun Remembers a ‘Turkey Potluck’…it isn’t what you think! As a chef I travel a lot to the Mediterranean for inspiration. My restaurants, both...
Antonia Trichopoulou Brings Us Back to the Beginning “Present at the creation” has been a title that has been metaphorically used by several authors...
Carrie Balkcom Remembers Camaraderie and Culture Because of a canceled trip to South America, I found myself on a last minute journey to Italy with...
Rosemary Stanton Breaks into Her Memory Bank I have been a nutritionist, food writer and author, and lecturer at various Australian Universities for...
Attilio Giacosa Remembers a “Dish of Friendship” I am an Italian gastroenterologist and I spent most of my life doing research on diet and health and...
Nancy Harmon Jenkins Remembers Where it All Began Oldways, now celebrating its 23rd anniversary, has a well-deserved reputation today as an...

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