Edibles & Potables: “We eat food, it becomes us.”

<div>Edibles & Potables: “We eat food, it becomes us.”</div>
The Fall 2022 issue of Food & Dining Magazine (#75) is now available in all the familiar places: Louisville area eateries and food shops, newsstands and online. Go here for a preview of the features, profiles and columns, with links to the new edition at issuu. 

There’s an interesting disclaimer at the CSQ website: “Our website houses close to five decades of content and publishing. Any content older than 10 years is archival and Cultural Survival does not necessarily agree with the content and word choice today.”

What this says to me is when the facts change and updated information comes to light, it’s time to re-examine my own preconceived beliefs, and consequently I enjoy being exposed to new ideas.

That’s what “Edibles & Potables” is all about.

Back to the Roots: Restoring Indigenous Food Landscapes, a 2020 interview with Dawn Morrison (Secwepemc) at Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine.

Dawn Morrison (Secwepemc) is the founder and curator of the Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty. Since 1983, she has worked in and studied horticulture, ethnobotany, adult education, and restoration of natural systems in formal institutions, as well as through her own personal and community healing...Read more