What do you know about the history of the food you eat? One woman is trying to make sure you don’t just like food, but also know something about the people and the place it originated from.
history of the food ‘you’ eat? one woman is trying to make sure ‘you’ don’t just like food, but also know something about the people and the place it ‘originated’ from. here’s our today’s women report. nat sound of jennifer adding paste to rice jennifer ramos loves peruvian food. today she’s making tacoo- tacoo. a dish of rice, beans, beef cutlets and plantain. nat sound beans and salt pork she thanks her husband for introducing her to an array of delectible dishes. since i got married in 2003 i studied peruvian cooking and then latin american cuisine. standup/ while jennifer discovered pervian cooking through her husband she actuly started cooking as a child with her mom. my mom was a caterer at esterwood maner in dobbs ferry and i started there. at age 30, she earned a degree from the culiry institute of america and always wanted to become a food writer, because she says what we eat is