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Rocio Carvajal

Baker, researcher of gastronomic heritage , Freelance in Mexico

The Language of Food: Bread Stamping in Colonial Mexico

PRESENTED ON MAR 15, 2016
IN BIRMINGHAM @ VOL 12

Rocio Carvajal, a Pecha Kucha veteran from Mexico, is an author, educator, blogger, baker and researcher of gastronomic heritage. Her talk is titled “The language of food: Bread stamping in colonial Mexico” and will look at how the codes embedded in and on food tell a story of the moral, economic, ethical, religious and even political views of its time.

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