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Meet Me at the Bamboo Table: A Panel on the Interplay of Food, Culture and Community

What brings people together better than food and conversation? On Sunday, October 2, a panel on the interplay of food, culture and community was held by The University of Washington, Communication Leadership program, through the lens of its Associate Director Anita Verna Croft’s debut book: Meet Me at the Bamboo Table: Everyday Meals Everywhere. With 21 essays covering food, travel and memory in 15 countries over 40 years, from the only coffee shop in Kunming to a surprise Thanksgiving in Germany, Croft’s book presents us with food essays full of unique personal stories and visuals to illustrate the ways that food ties us together.
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