The Anthropologists of Eating believe that daily kitchen skills are vital to individual and cultural identity, our mental and physical health, the rhythm to our lives and to family economics.
We provide opportunities to explore and share culinary skills and knowledge of health, heritage and culture.
Join us for a variety of friendly and informative thematic food tours which range from artisanal bread to cultures of tea. We will share with you unique stories of food and eating in London, Paris, Poitiers and Bordeaux. Bee runs bread tours of London and Paris https://www.airbnb.co.uk/experiences/106847?location=London&checkin=2018-03-22&source=p2¤tTab=experience_tab&searchId=28dfbce2-c341-4df3-b323-405a0f7d257b&federatedSearchId=54370433-f44e-4c5c-b1d1-d2fafb8adee5§ionId=293ea95b-b118-4ade-aa08-c08280deb480
Bee and Susy also work with Penny Sacorafou and her company Fox and Squirrel to host food tours of Church Street market in central London. http://foxandsquirrel.com/creative_category/church-street
Events & Feasts
Bespoke and/or co-created events and feasts are thematically based - from Tudor banquets to sustainable urban eating. They are a stimulating and pleasurable way to discover new tastes, knowledge and skills. We focus on traditional food skills and practices using ingredients and recipes from wide ranging historical and geographical sources. We create and host salon discussions, film nights, slideshows, conference lunches, museum and gallery installations and food festival projects and are open to ideas!
Between the 4-8 June 2018 we are running our curated programme of talks, workshops and food discussions. Funded by British Land and held at their central site Regents Place, it is an opportunity to explore and share the gift of food seeds. http://www.regentsplace.com/whats-on