Food and culture have always been in a complicated relationship. Our connections to particular meals or styles of cooking can reflect something as specific as our own family traditions or can be a greater part of our national identity. That said, you probably shouldn’t dump meat and mangos into a pot and arbitrarily decide that it’s “Jamaican stew.” That questionable entree is at the center of a complaint from Cambridge University students, who have accused the prestigious school’s kitchen staff of “misrepresenting” foreign cultures with their menu offerings. Pembroke College, one of Cambridge’s 31 colleges, is being criticized for giving inaccurate names to its menu items, such as Jamaican stew and “Tunisian rice.” “Dear Pembroke catering staff, stop mixing mango[…]