Fozia Ismail, a British-Somali social anthropologist and food activist, challenges the easy consumption of foods with roots in colonialism by exploring the ways different people in Brexit-era Britain see the culinary landscape around them.

“As the place became more hostile, I was craving home comfort food, and my comfort food is Somali food. You know?....  I really wanted my mum's food.”

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Ox Tales is produced by Anna Sigrithur and edited by Fiona Sinclair and Naomi Duguid with production help by Thomas Krause. 

Music by Thomas Krause and Ava Glendinning. 

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