Dinner Lecture Series brings a bit of Chile and Peru to UWGB
UW-Green Bay’s Dinner Lecture Series, sponsored by Outreach and Adult Access, was once again an engaging event when Gabriel T. Saxton-Ruiz (far right), UWGB assistant professor of Humanistic Studies, discussed the gastronomic revolution that has swept Peru in the last decade and how this boom reflects a sense of shared optimism for a country that had recently undergone years of political turmoil. He also explained how the importance of Peruvian cuisine is an expression of the cultural diversity of this Andean nation. Visiting Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Alex Godoy-Faúndez (second from right) shared insight on sustainable food production practices in his native Chile.
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Photos by Dan Moore, marketing specialist, Outreach and Adult Access