Food and Drink : The Cultural Context.

By: Sloan, DonaldSeries: Oxford Gastronomica seriesPublisher: Oxford : Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (252 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781908999054Subject(s): Food habits -- Social aspects.;Drinking customs -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Food and Drink : The Cultural ContextDDC classification: 306.4 LOC classification: GT2850 -- .F66 2013ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- _GoBack -- An Agenda for Food Studies -- Donald Sloan -- Food, Drink and Identity -- Food and Drink: -- The declining importance of cultural context? -- George Ritzer and Anya Galli -- Food Ethics -- Rebecca Hawkins -- Food of the Scattered People -- Jessica B. Harris -- Embedding Food and Drink Cultures: The case of Burgundy -- Claude Chapuis and Benoît Lecat -- Truffles and Radishes: -- Food and Wine at the Opera -- Fred Plotkin -- Selling culture: -- The Growth of Wine Tourism -- Damien Wilson -- Case Studies -- Exploring China: -- a personal perspective -- Ken Hom, -- with Donald Sloan -- Marketing the Fertile Crescent: -- The reinvention of the public market tradition in New Orleans -- Richard McCarthy -- Jane Grigson -- Food Memories -- Yasmin Alibhai-Brown -- Devon and its Evolving Food Culture -- Mark Millon -- Transylvania Fest: -- An itinerant food and culture festival -- Pamela Ratiu and Rareș Crăiuț -- Australia's Culinary 'Coming Out' -- Taking a Light Glass in Soho -- Paul Bloomfield -- Give a dog a bad name: -- British cooking and its place on the culinary leader board -- Charles Campion.
Summary: Food and Drink: the cultural context is the first text to provide a comprehensive and academically rigorous introduction to a range of key themes in the field of food, drink and culture. Essential reading for post graduates, academics, professionals.
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Intro -- _GoBack -- An Agenda for Food Studies -- Donald Sloan -- Food, Drink and Identity -- Food and Drink: -- The declining importance of cultural context? -- George Ritzer and Anya Galli -- Food Ethics -- Rebecca Hawkins -- Food of the Scattered People -- Jessica B. Harris -- Embedding Food and Drink Cultures: The case of Burgundy -- Claude Chapuis and Benoît Lecat -- Truffles and Radishes: -- Food and Wine at the Opera -- Fred Plotkin -- Selling culture: -- The Growth of Wine Tourism -- Damien Wilson -- Case Studies -- Exploring China: -- a personal perspective -- Ken Hom, -- with Donald Sloan -- Marketing the Fertile Crescent: -- The reinvention of the public market tradition in New Orleans -- Richard McCarthy -- Jane Grigson -- Food Memories -- Yasmin Alibhai-Brown -- Devon and its Evolving Food Culture -- Mark Millon -- Transylvania Fest: -- An itinerant food and culture festival -- Pamela Ratiu and Rareș Crăiuț -- Australia's Culinary 'Coming Out' -- Taking a Light Glass in Soho -- Paul Bloomfield -- Give a dog a bad name: -- British cooking and its place on the culinary leader board -- Charles Campion.

Food and Drink: the cultural context is the first text to provide a comprehensive and academically rigorous introduction to a range of key themes in the field of food, drink and culture. Essential reading for post graduates, academics, professionals.

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