Food and cuisine

Food constitutes an intrinsec part of culture and often a bridge between homeland and hostland for migrants. Here you will find a selection of migrant memories, recipes and journeys of dishes and beverages across borders.

Incense, Angkor, and a kilo of trey ngeat: The materiality of Khmer culture in Cambodia and the Khmerican diaspora

Travelling with cuisines: Immigrant entrepreneurs and the remaking of culinary cultures in Copenhagen

Smuggled culture: Pan-Balkan narratives of belonging

A mate alone

‘Please don't turn the stove off!’: Travelling with the çaydanlık and Turkish tea

Recipes for resilience: The complex meanings behind food-related objects

‘The power of banga’: Exploring food as a cultural connector between migrants and the homeland

Narrating belonging and intimacy through food: Sinigang and transnational Japanese-Filipino families

What to watch: La Cocina de las Patronas