Food connects us to our pasts, and in some cases, makes us hopeful for our future. It has a way of connecting us to memories and of course, our culture. Recently, one KELOLAND university launched “Cooking across cultures” to help connect cultures through food. Willette Capers, the Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Augustana University, has been live streaming for “Cooking Across Cultures” twice a month since its launch. She’s fills us in, or should we say, “fills us up,” on how food can speak to a person’s culture.