The origins of haggis are as mysterious as the Loch Ness Monster.
The Portuguese national dish with a global past of ingenuity and exploitation.
A dish which arrived with the Gold Rush, spread with the railway and endured prohibition was Chinese by origin, but claimed by America.
A celebrated dish of the Ottoman Empire that spread far and wide.
A Native American method of tenderising meat goes global.
From high life to country living.
While finding its origins in royal Aztec feasts, the everyday Tex-Mex enchilada is more a product of colonialism and prejudice than authentic heritage.
Travelling the world with the diaspora, jerk is an artefact of Jamaica’s troubled colonial history and a powerful testament to the island’s centuries-long quest for freedom.
The evolution of an English Easter delicacy associated with mothers and Tudor pretenders.
The Japanese dish of humble origins that conquered the world.