People who eat strikingly different foods or similar foods in different ways are thought to be strikingly different ... What we like, what we eat, how we eat it and how we feel about it... speak eloquently of how we perceive ourselves in relation to each other.’
(Mintz 1985: 26).
How to Cite:
Hawkes, G., 2002. Wolves’ Nipples and Otters’ Noses? Rural Foodways in Roman Britain. Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal, (2001), pp.45–50. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/TRAC2001_45_50