The top set of tabs will help you navigate information on the archives. Some tabs will have "subpages". You will see these when you click on the tab down arrow. The links on the left and right side bars will take you to the Archives search page and a variety of research guides on specialized topics.
Food, culture, identity
Food insecurities, crises, etc.: GMOs; e. coli and other types of outbreaks; recalls, etc.
Food and foreign aid, foreign policy
The guides listed below are devoted to general study of the cultures of various cultures. Each includes a page with either links to online recipes or suggested cookbooks - all in English.
While a great deal of information exists on the "food culture" on campus it is a very broad topic and can take you into a number of unexpected areas. To find primary source materials you will need some knowledge of the organization of the archives. The organization of the archives requires some knowledge of the organization and history of the university. If you are going to look in the archives for any topic it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the archives and how they work.