Food culture is intricately wrapped in our collective consciousness. We recognize places by what we know the people to eat there. Germany is famous for its sausages and sauerkraut.Canada is well known for theirmaple syrup. Italy is a pasta paradise. While we recognize these as stereotypes, we alsofind such rich history behind them with a quick jump off the map.
Food has its reasons for being so popular in certain areas. Whether due to a particular climate, available resources, or tradition, many of us travel just for a taste. This beautiful piece of art reminds us that the roots of our food are the roots of who we are, where we are, and where we come from.