Tag Archives: MSc Gastronomy

The UK’s Changing Food Trends and the growth in ‘GYO’

I’ve recently completed my MSc Gastronomy dissertation in which I studied GYO bloggers in the UK and looked at their GYO and GYO blogging in terms of food activism – it was a really interesting study and my findings led to the conclusion that there is a groundswell in grow your own and that it […]

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Foodie Book Recommendations

Last year I had a clear out of my recipe books – I had over a hundred and many just weren’t used so off they went to a local charity book sale. The bookshelves were nice and tidy, briefly, before I started my MSc in Gastronomy at Queen Margaret University – I now have around […]

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Getting Our Hands Dirty – Foraging & Soil Science

This week the Gastronomy MSc kicked off properly and Monday was a brilliant day – we were looking at Food Procurement – a brief history and consideration of the methods and location from which we acquire our food and how this shapes our relationship with the environment. This included a guest lecture and foraging session with […]

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