Monday, June 3, 2013



Bon Appétit

photo and sound

Bon Appétit addresses the idea that it is possible for parts of outside cultures to be integrated into another culture. International foods are an aspect of outside cutlures that American society has fully allowed into our cuisine. The interesting aspect of exploring multiculturalism in this manner is why various types of food are accepted in the US. Why is it that a taco bell, clearly a rendition of Hispanic food, next to a KFC, an emblem of the American life? Why are Hindu restaurants just as popular as Pakistani restaurants?  The fact of the matter is that these places still coexist within American society—they embody multiculturalism in its finest form. 

No comments:

Post a Comment