July/August 2020

January 1, 2020

Eating out of the garden is the simplest form of culinary delight.  The students participating in The Young Gardeners Program in local Galveston Independent School District (GISD) schools are reaping the rewards of their school garden harvests. 

The Young Gardeners...

January 1, 2020

I walked down the main hall of the Estelle unit here in Huntsville with my stomach grumbling. It's impossible to get used to any certain time to eat here because each day's schedule is different depending on who is working that particular shift and how they are feeling...

January 1, 2020

Food is life. No matter where you go, the universal sign of compassion and unity will be food. In every culture, society, group, and country, food will always be one basic yet effective way to understand each other. Food and its meaning can change but still have the sa...

January 1, 2020

From a young age, I have never been in touch with my “culture” and often wondered if I even had a distinct one. My family was never one to sit down at a dinner table and talk about our days in great detail. Instead, we ate while watching TV shows or movies. You will fi...

January 1, 2020

In all my years of experience as a diehard foodie and culinary thrillseeker, Galveston takes the cake for the greatest taste experiences I’ve ever had. It’s a city teeming with personality, fun, and flavor that will keep visitors coming back again and again while makin...

January 1, 2020

I am so excited for school today. 

Today they are serving pizza for lunch.

I spent most of my morning fantasizing about delicious, melted cheese topped with crispy pepperoni. 

Today we are learning about the radius and diameter of circles in math.

I could only think about...

January 1, 2020

Let me start by saying this: I love ramen. Translated directly from Japanese as “pulled noodles,” strict traditionalists use chinese wheat noodles served in a meat or fish-based broth, boiled until the texture gives delightful chew. This can then be flavored with miso...

January 1, 2020

Growing up I often felt like the odd man out, when I would bring my lunch to school which consisted of pickled oddities, lutefisk, and some version of rice and beans every day. A strange concoction of different foods to say the least, so different from my classmates lu...

January 1, 2020

Growing up in a Hispanic family, a daughter of Mexican immigrants, I was excited when I learned culinary arts was the topic for this issue of Culture Clash. Food is the most common, simple form of social incentive for any type of celebration/gathering in my family. My...

January 1, 2020

Cooking is an act of love in the purest form;

mindfully, you plan, purchase, and prepare.

When you cook, the food begins to transform,

as the smell starts to fill the air.

Finally what you have worked so hard for is complete.

Everyone gathers ‘round talking, laughing and fi...

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