Oxford Symposium at 40

Change the conversation, expand the table, improve the plate. The legendary Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery turns 40 and it will be a (virtual) feast.
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Choc Off the Old Block

KUFstudios make luxury chocolate bars that at first glance look more mineral than edible but taste extraordinary. They aim to use their BRIK confections as an educational tool and aid to rethinking business, responsibility and luxury.
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Her Way of Seeing

The animal behaviourist Temple Grandin is as famous for her design of humane livestock handling systems as she is for talking about her autism. There is a lot to be learnt from her point of view.
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You Can’t Eat the Same Food Twice

A conversational journey with food anthropologist Richard R. Wilk from eels to instant noodles via nationalism, bioprospecting and Proust, providing much food for thought along the way.
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Food Activates Illustration

Karen Lacroix, founder of the Illustration School in Porto, explains how food as a medium can activate practice in illustration to promote collective effort to face systemic challenges.
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Kitchen Garden to Data Kitchen

Berlin chef Alex Brosin talks about his journey from dreams of travel in the GDR, via a series of Michelin-starred kitchens, back to the kitchen garden and then on to the Data Kitchen – and why training is everything.
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Layers of Tradition

An interview with the Viennese Konditormeister Eduard A. Fruth about a lifetime spent in the multicultural world of traditional Viennese pastries.
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Stiff Peaks

Food Cosmogonies is an experimental online course using critical thinking to re-conceptualise the world through food.
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Design For Food Masters

A new course at the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo designed to take Food Design out into the market.
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