Study Abroad: Georgian Foodways

Although Georgia is only about the size of West Virginia, the tiny country is home to several distinct cultures. Each of these cultures has contributed to Georgia's legendary culinary traditions and many have developed their own variations of dishes now often collectively known as "Georgian."

 

Earn four US academic credits while learning the history, preparation, and traditions of regional dishes that make up Georgian cuisine: khinkali, khachapuri, lobio, suluguni, satsivi, and others while giving special attention to Georgian viniculture (winemaking) and viticulture (grape growing).

 

Vegetarians and even vegans are welcome - while Georgian cuisine offers many tasty meat dishes, it also abounds in dishes that are meat-free and high-protein (from beans, dairy, and nuts). This travel seminar includes most meals as well as acomodations in homestays or guesthouses so as to fully introduce you to the diverse, rich, traditions of Georgia's foodways.

 

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Program dates: June 17 - June 30, 2018

Application deadline: March 15, 2018

Cost: $3,995