Food And Place

Author: Pascale Joassart-Marcelli
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 144226652X
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This text provides a comprehensive exploration of food from the unique perspective of place. It shows that our experiences with food are deeply influenced by their cultural, social, economic, and political contexts. Critically engaged and connected to current activist and academic debates, Food and Place will be an essential resource for students.

Food And Place

Author: Pascale Joassart-Marcelli
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 9781442266513
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This text provides a comprehensive exploration of food from the unique perspective of place. It shows that our experiences with food are deeply influenced by their cultural, social, economic, and political contexts. Critically engaged and connected to current activist and academic debates, Food and Place will be an essential resource for students across the social sciences.

Food In Time And Place

Author: Paul Freedman
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520959345
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Food and cuisine are important subjects for historians across many areas of study. Food, after all, is one of the most basic human needs and a foundational part of social and cultural histories. Such topics as famines, food supply, nutrition, and public health are addressed by historians specializing in every era and every nation. Food in Time and Place delivers an unprecedented review of the state of historical research on food, endorsed by the American Historical Association, providing readers with a geographically, chronologically, and topically broad understanding of food cultures—from ancient Mediterranean and medieval societies to France and its domination of haute cuisine. Teachers, students, and scholars in food history will appreciate coverage of different thematic concerns, such as transfers of crops, conquest, colonization, immigration, and modern forms of globalization.

A Place Based Perspective Of Food In Society

Author: Kevin M. Fitzpatrick
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137408375
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This book provides an outstanding collection of interdisciplinary and international essays examining the food-place relationship. It explores such topics as the history of food and agriculture, the globalization and localization of food, and the role of place in defining the broader societal consequences of this ever-changing phenomena.

Food And Place

Author: Nicholas Bauch
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Taste Of City Food And Place Marketing Conference 2018 Programme And Abstracts Book

Author: I Sirkeci
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1910781894
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The Taste Of American Place

Author: Barbara G. Shortridge
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1461645786
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Tracing the intertwined roles of food, ethnicity, and regionalism in the construction of American identity, this textbook examines the central role food plays in our lives. Drawing on a range of disciplines_including sociology, anthropology, folklore, geography, history, and nutrition_the editors have selected a group of engaging essays to help students explore the idea of food as a window into American culture. The editors' general introductory essay offers an overview of current scholarship, and part introductions contextualize the readings within each section. This lively reader will be a valuable supplement for courses on American culture across the social sciences.

Taking The Place Of Food

Author: Ezekiel Gebissa
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Food And Its Functions

Author: James Knight
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Code Of Federal Regulations

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Special edition of the Federal Register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect ... with ancillaries.

Food Processors Retailers And Restaurants

Author: Paul Riethmuller
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Fast Food Stock Cars And Rock N Roll

Author: George O. Carney
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780847680801
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Dive beneath the oceans and soar above the clouds in this exploration of Earth that makes a pleasing introduction to basic earth-science concepts.

Consuming Geographies

Author: David Bell
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135103232
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Food occupies a seemingly mundane position in all our lives, yet the ways we think about shopping, cooking and eating are actually intensely reflexive. The daily pick and mix of our eating habits is one way we experience spatial scale. From the relationship of our food intake to our body-shape, to the impact of our tastes upon global food-production regimes, we all read food consumption as a practice which impacts on our sense of place. Drawing on anthropological, sociological and cultural readings of food consumption, as well as empirical material on shopping, cooking, food technology and the food media, this book demonstrates the importance of space and place in identity formation. We all think place (and) identity through food - we are where we eat!

Southey S Common Place Book

Author: Robert Southey
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Food And Urbanism

Author: Susan Parham
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0857854747
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Cities are home to over fifty percent of the world's population, a figure which is expected to increase enormously by 2050. Despite the growing demand on urban resources and infrastructure, food is still often overlooked as a key factor in planning and designing cities. Without incorporating food into the design process – how it is grown, transported, and bought, cooked, eaten and disposed of – it is impossible to create truly resilient and convivial urbanism. Moving from the table and home garden to the town, city, and suburbs, Food and Urbanism explores the connections between food and place in past and present design practices. The book also looks to future methods for extending the 'gastronomic' possibilities of urban space. Supported by examples from places across the world, including the UK, Norway, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Romania, Australia and the USA, the book offers insights into how the interplay of physical design and socio-spatial practices centred around food can help to maintain socially rich, productive and sustainable urban space. Susan Parham brings together the latest research from a number of disciplines – urban planning, food studies, sociology, geography, and design – with her own fieldwork on a range of foodscapes to highlight the fundamental role food has to play in shaping the urban future.

Market Place

Author: Susan Parham
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443846651
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This book is about designing for food. It explores three fast transforming urban sites in London, centred on the regenerating spaces of Borough, Broadway and Exmouth Markets. It suggests that ‘food quarters’ have emerged in each place, modelling new forms of interconnection between physical design and social processes in which food-related renewal is at the heart. Using case study research, informed by design, morphological and social science techniques, the book explores how the interplay between compact city design and social practices focused on food, strongly influences the making of everyday life in these places. It demonstrates that the quarters have at once enriched the experience of food and eating, and increased urban sustainability and conviviality in and around previously moribund food spaces, while paradoxically contributing to gentrification effects. The book frames this experience within more spatially dominant approaches to city design, which seem to close off convivial food options and choices that would support a more satisfying and resilient urban life. The book draws some conclusions about the complexities of designing and planning for food-led renewal that might apply more broadly to other places in London and potentially to other cities in future.

Food Words

Author: Peter Jackson
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 0857852353
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Food Words is a series of provocative essays on some of the most important keywords in the emergent field of food studies, focusing on current controversies and on-going debates. Words like 'choice' and 'convenience' are often used as explanatory terms in understanding consumer behavior but are clearly ideological in the way they reflect particular positions and serve specific interests, while words like 'taste' and 'value' are no less complex and contested. Inspired by Raymond Williams, Food Words traces the multiple meanings of each of our keywords, tracking nuances in different (academic, commercial and policy) contexts. Mapping the dynamic meanings of each term, the book moves forward from critical assessment to active intervention -- an attitude that is reflected in the lively, sometimes combative, style of the essays. Each essay is research-based and fully referenced but accessible to the general reader. With a foreword by eminent food scholar Warren Belasco, Professor of American Studies at the University of Maryland-Baltmore County, and written by an inter-disciplinary team associated with the CONANX research project (Consumer culture in an 'age of anxiety'), Food Words will be essential reading for food scholars across the arts, humanities and social sciences.

Crazy For Italian Food

Author: Joe Famularo
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479790729
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Joe Famularo takes us back to the sights, sounds and mostly delicious smells of life in an Italian- American household on New York's far west side during the middle of the twentieth century. And best of all, not only does he describe the remarkable food, at the end of each chapter he gives beautifully- worked- out and irresistible recipes for it. In the best of all worlds a person could sit at the table eating one of his glorious meals and reading about his family.

Where Food And People Meet

Author: Phyllis Watts
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469113961
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New book presents scrumptious recipes and the memories that are carved out of it Author, Phyllis Watts, invites readers to tap the inner chef in them as she unleashes a scrumptious collection of mouthwatering recipes, as well as the memories and the people who made these foods even more delicious. In Where Food And People Meet, she shares her personal stories of foods as she offers a variety of easy-to-prepare recipes that are perfect for all kinds of occasions. Using experiences through her travel in forty-nine states and most of Canada, Watts shares her expanded knowledge about both people and food with everyday folk. A beguiling book of recipes, Where Food And People Meet contains her very own recipes, ones that are handed to her, and those that are adopted as family favorites. It includes contemporary and classic favorites that are featured with additions or suggestions to rework them. Readers of this release will be enticed to try their hands on fun refreshments such as Bloody Mary and Mocha Banana Smoothie, and learn how to prepare exciting snacks that are also great for gifts like Chocolate Biscotti and Frosted Whoopie Pies. Broccoli Soup, Waldorf Salad, Beef Yankee Pot Roast, and Sauerbraten Slow Cooked are just a few of the many sophisticated recipes that are made easy.

The Taste Of Place

Author: Amy B. Trubek
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 052093413X
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How and why do we think about food, taste it, and cook it? While much has been written about the concept of terroir as it relates to wine, in this vibrant, personal book, Amy Trubek, a pioneering voice in the new culinary revolution, expands the concept of terroir beyond wine and into cuisine and culture more broadly. Bringing together lively stories of people farming, cooking, and eating, she focuses on a series of examples ranging from shagbark hickory nuts in Wisconsin and maple syrup in Vermont to wines from northern California. She explains how the complex concepts of terroir and goût de terroir are instrumental to France's food and wine culture and then explores the multifaceted connections between taste and place in both cuisine and agriculture in the United States. How can we reclaim the taste of place, and what can it mean for us in a country where, on average, any food has traveled at least fifteen hundred miles from farm to table? Written for anyone interested in food, this book shows how the taste of place matters now, and how it can mediate between our local desires and our global reality to define and challenge American food practices.