How does food and drink help to create the character of a place? Durham students reflect on the edible culture of their year abroad destinations.
Food and Drink Editor, Sapphire Demirsöz, tells us how to roam England’s green pastures without racking up a feathery death toll this August by indulging in nature’s animal-friendly produce.
The time leading up to graduation is filled with both fun and fear when it comes to looking forward at the future. Here are some recommendations for graduation dinners that are sure to please even the pickiest eaters in your family!
Robbie Tominey-Nevdao looks at the unique cuisine of Andalusia where Eastern and Western influences came together through the mixture of culture over a 500 year period.
Durham Thai Society's Thai Night is their biggest event of the year. A celebration of Thai culture, the event is filled with festivities such as games, dancing and good food. Read to find out more.
Within weeks of its opening, NOSH has already been criticised for the moralistic language which it applies to food.
This combination of activity within the society and changing perceptions among the wider public suggest that the vegetarian and vegan movement is set to rise and rise.