October 1 – October 6, 2011 | Community Wide

The Important Things to Know About Eating and Drinking (In Lethbridge) (Food series)

Dodolab (Lisa Hirmer and Andrew Hunter)
October 1 – October 6, 2011
Public-site project

Dodolab completed their polling on the University of Lethbridge campus and now have the results for “The Not Quite Famous Lethbridge Pizza”. They surveyed over 700 people across campus and the winning combinations were Bison and Corn and Potato and Sage. They served the results to 400 people on campus and distributed their special food advice/cookbook as well. Some of the other interesting replies to their survey included requests for rattlesnake and pronghorn and the oft repeated comment that “A Lethbridge pizza would have nothing on it as the wind would blow off all of the toppings!”

The pizza project is part of a larger food project that they undertook at the request of Josie Mills of the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery and while the project was fun and full of good humour, it was designed to solicit dialogue and conversations with the campus community about food issues including local foods, food industry and the challenges for students in accessing healthy foods on campus.


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