Food > Nami Hattori-Aoki


Nami reflects on how multiculturalism was reflected in 19th century Canada through the use of imported ingredients such as ginger and molasses.

Keywords: | 19th century | baking | Canadian history | global trade | multiculturalism


Nami is originally from Japan and moved to Canada with her husband in 1985 after living in Israel and the United States. She works as an interpreter in historical museums and is an expert on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie books.