How will this age be remembered?

Lidia Bastianch thinks we will look back on this age as one when the culinary experience was rediscovered.
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Question: How will this age be remembered?


Lidia Bastianich: I think this age will be remembered as an age of unrest.  I think an age of the cultures really coming closer through technology, through cyberspace, through travels.  You know we have never invaded each others’ space so quickly so much as we have now.  So we have to adjust; but I think that this sort of invasion will turn out into expansion of knowledge and acceptance soon. I think this age will be remembered as almost a turning point to real . . . wanting to understand, and appreciate, and enjoy, and get involved in food the way it’s supposed to be in its natural state, tasting well, socially meaningful rather than just something that you eat to live; but rather the enjoyment, the pleasure of eating.


Recorded on: 10/4/07