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Nathalie Cooke joins students of the George Brown Chef School on the stage of the Royal Winter Fair to participate in the Canada Can Cook Competition. Toronto, 7 November 2010.

 

“Today’s Domestic Foodscapes: Towards Mindful Eating?” Hosted by Rhona Richman
Kenneally and Jordan LeBel, Concordia University, Montreal. March 21-22, 2008.

“Reading Cookbooks as Sources for the Study of Social History.” Barbara Ketcham Wheaton
Seminar, A Food Historian’s Workshop, Massey College at the University of Toronto, organized by the Culinary Historians of Ontario. November 4-9, 2007.

“The Spice of Life: Migrating Foods and the Sensual Experience of Diasporic
Culture.” Presentation by Ben Highmore regarding the migration and appropriation of food trends from India to the United Kingdom, Concordia University. November 10, 2006.

“What Are We Eating? Towards a Canadian Food Policy.” Hosted by the McGill Institute for the
Study of Canada, chaired by Nathalie Cooke (2006 Program Director of MISC), Montreal. February 15-17, 2006. See: http://eatingincanada.mcgill.ca/media/Canadian_Issues.pdf
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http://www.mcgill.ca/misc/research/max-bell/culture/

“The Daily Meal in Canada.” Hosted by the McCord Museum, co-organized by Victoria
Dickenson (Director, McCord Museum) and Nathalie Cooke, Montreal. November 2005.
See: http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_whatsfordinner_programme.pdf

 

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