Ceviche, lyrical opera or tanga: traditions that will soon be UNESCO intangible heritage

The Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage has been meeting since Monday in Kasane, in northern Botswana. From Tuesday to Friday, the registration of 55 new elements must be validated, presented from the perspective of community traditions, explains within the scope of the UN organization. Among the best known worldwide is ceviche, … Read more

A thousand flavors of an archipelago: Japanese cuisine in all its splendor told by Aihara Yumiko

When we think of Japanese cuisine, images of fresh sushi and steaming bowls of ramen often come to mind. However, this cuisine, so rich in history and nuances, goes far beyond these tasty clichés. According to Aihara Yumiko, agri-food consultant at the Japanese Foreign Trade Organization (Jetro) in Paris and gastronomic journalist, who presented this … Read more

Take a trip around the world during UNK’s annual International Food and Culture Festival

KEARNEY, Neb. (KSNB) – Get ready to embark on a mouth-watering trip around the world – without leaving Kearney. You can enjoy delicious cuisine and captivating performances during the upcoming Scott D. Morris International Food and Culture Festival, scheduled for Sunday from 4 to 6 pm at the University of Nebraska at Kearney Health and … Read more