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Thank you for posting this. I saw the announcement in my Slow Food email and put it on my calendar. I think I'll post it to the Ladies' Food Blogger group and see if anyone else wants to go....

I would LOVE to peruse the Clements collection sometime. I am a bit confused about how to go about seeing the collection, or even searching it's contents. Anything that combines food with feminism is my cup of tea!

- K

Interesting article

Hello, Really liked your post. Infact the preface to most of the oldest cookbooks on bengali food can be read as empowering as well as steeped in patriarchal ideas of nationhood as it tries to educate women to be postcolonial subjects. Thanks for posting this.

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