Even through rapid industrialization, agriculture is still the only means by which humans can produce food to eat, many people overlook careers in agriculture as a viable path. Former PHS alum Simon Gabriel took an alternative path of agriculture after graduation, and after spending time farming in India, became the manager of Dogwood Farms on the Duke Estate in Hillsborough. He discusses his decision to go into agriculture, the importance and benefits of pursuing a career in agriculture, and his various experiences in the fields. Interview and photos by Caroline Smith
The first food that comes to mind when one thinks ‘Thailand’ is pad Thai—it’s the quintessential dish in Thai restaurants in America, and can be found in many food stalls by the streets in Bangkok. But as I explored the various wats, the ornate Buddhist temples sprawled throughout Bangkok, and strolled through the bustling markets, I discovered that there is so much more to Thai cuisine than pad Thai. Bangkok’s culinary scene is nearly unparalleled by other cities, making the outrageous heat and humidity all worth it.
This video will take you through the culinary adventures of the Princeton High School Orchestra! Traveling in Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, the orchestra members were able to explore a variety of cultures and cuisines. Enjoy!
Directed and Edited by Marie Louise James
Footage by Emma Bezilla and Marie Louise James
Special thanks to Jake Caddeau, PHS French Club Culinary Advisor
This past summer, Spork staff members visited a variety of delicious donut shops around the world. Here are some of their favorites.
My summer culinary adventures begin with a one-night stopover in Merano. Merano, not to be confused with the Venetian glass center of Murano, is a Northern Italian town in the Tyrol valley.
I arrived to a market abuzz with people, mostly hip Brooklyn twenty-somethings, ambling around the food tents with a paradoxical appetite: the more they ate, the hungrier they seemed to get.