culture, race, and food

March 12, 2010

all things (e.g. decor, ingredients, location, etc.) equal, are you willing to pay an equally high bill for “ethnic food” and “french food”?

why are we so caught up with “hole in the wall” dining establishments? is the food better? maybe.

would you eat at a dingy purveyor of california cuisine?

why are people so hung up on the skin colour of the chef, rather than his/her skill set?

ever heard of ethnically Chinese people rationalizing giving lower tips at Chinese restaurants?

please leave contact info if this post is of interest to you. i’m looking to start discussions towards action!

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2 Responses to “culture, race, and food”

  1. ZAREMA Says:

    Thanks the author for article. The main thing do not forget about users, and continue in the same spirit.

  2. gualetar Says:

    The subject is fully clear but why does the text lack clarity? But in general your blog is great.


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