Heritage Cuisines

Author: Dallen J. Timothy
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317618416
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Food is one of the most fundamental elements of culture and a significant marker of regional and ethnic identity. It encompasses many other elements of cultural heritage beyond the physical ingredients required for its production. These include folklore, religion, language, familial bonds, social structures, environmental determinism, celebrations and ceremonies, landscapes, culinary routes, smells, and tastes, to name but a few. However, despite all that is known about foodways and cuisine from hospitality, gastronomical, supply chain and agricultural perspectives, there still remains a dearth of consolidated research on the wide diversity of food and its heritage attributes and contexts. This edited volume aims to fill this void by consolidating into a single volume what is known about cuisines and foodways from a heritage perspective and to examine and challenge the existing paradigms, concepts and practices related to gastronomic practices, intergenerational traditions, sustainable agriculture, indigenous rituals, immigrant stories and many more heritage elements as they pertain to comestible cuisines and practices. The book takes a global and thematic approach in examining heritage cuisines from a wide range of perspectives, including agriculture, hunting and gathering, migration, ethnic identity and place, nationalism, sustainability, colonialism, food diversity, religion, place making, festivals, and contemporary movements and trends. All chapters are rich in empirical examples but steady and sound in conceptual depth. This book offers new insight and understanding of the heritage implications of cuisines and foodways. The multidisciplinary nature of the content will appeal to a broad academic audience in the fields of tourism, gastronomy, geography, cultural studies, anthropology and sociology.

Beyond Soul Food Modern American Heritage Cuisine

Author: Richard Petty
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1257886851
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A Heritage Of Food

Author: Vaishnavi Bodanapu
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ISBN: 9781734180305
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A collection of recipes by author and nutritionist Vaishnavi Bodanapu that celebrates culture, family, food, and feeding with her family's traditional and improvised Indian dishes.

Food Heritage And Nationalism In Europe

Author: Ilaria Porciani
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000729931
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Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe contends that food is a fundamental element of heritage, and a particularly important one in times of crisis. Arguing that food, taste, cuisine and gastronomy are crucial markers of identity that are inherently connected to constructions of place, tradition and the past, the book demonstrates how they play a role in intangible, as well as tangible, heritage. Featuring contributions from experts working across Europe and beyond, and adopting a strong historical and transnational perspective, the book examines the various ways in which food can be understood and used as heritage. Including explorations of imperial spaces, migrations and diasporas; the role of commercialisation processes, and institutional practices within political and cultural domains, this volume considers all aspects of this complex issue. Arguing that the various European cuisines are the result of exchanges, hybridities and complex historical processes, Porciani and the chapter authors offer up a new way of deconstructing banal nationalism and of moving away from the idea of static identities. Suggesting a new and different approach to the idea of so-called national cuisines, Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe will be a compelling read for academic audiences in museum and heritage studies, cultural and food studies, anthropology and history.

Chinese Heritage Cooking

Author: Christopher Tan
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9814435066
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This book shows how to prepare traditional Chinese food with ease and is perfect for beginners. Seasoned cooks will likewise find joy in perusing these recipes, which are accompanied by informative descriptions and explanations. This book is truly a collector's item for anyone who enjoys immersing in the classic flavours of Chinese cuisine. It brims with historical and cultural significance, which will not only engage, inform and enlighten, but readers will also be awed and be inspired to delve into the joy of recreating wonderful meals from these treasured recipes

Malay Heritage Cooking

Author: Rita Zahara
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9814435074
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Malay Cuisine in Singapore is a reflection of the country's multifaceted heritage and culture. It is strongly influenced by Indonesian and Malaysian cuisines and has infused elements from the various ethnic communities in Singapore's immigrant society. This book incorporates recipes passed down from one generation to another and reproduces the traditional elements of the past while mirroring the tastes of the present.

Indian Heritage Cooking

Author: Devagi Sanmugam
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9814435082
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Indian cuisine is so varied that dishes from one region may be totally alien to a person from another region. The common thread that runs through most Indian food is possibly only the use of spices. Recipes are categorized in this book under the sections Singapore Indian Food, Deepavali Favourites, South Indian Dishes, North Indian Dishes and Sweets and Desserts to highlight the cooking methods and the blend of spices used in different regional Indian foods. The dishes featured are also from the more popular visitor destinations, so they would have a greater appeal.

Edible Identities Food As Cultural Heritage

Author: Ronda L. Brulotte
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317145992
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Food - its cultivation, preparation and communal consumption - has long been considered a form of cultural heritage. A dynamic, living product, food creates social bonds as it simultaneously marks off and maintains cultural difference. In bringing together anthropologists, historians and other scholars of food and heritage, this volume closely examines the ways in which the cultivation, preparation, and consumption of food is used to create identity claims of 'cultural heritage' on local, regional, national and international scales. Contributors explore a range of themes, including how food is used to mark insiders and outsiders within an ethnic group; how the same food's meanings change within a particular society based on class, gender or taste; and how traditions are 'invented' for the revitalization of a community during periods of cultural pressure. Featuring case studies from Europe, Asia and the Americas, this timely volume also addresses the complex processes of classifying, designating, and valorizing food as 'terroir,' 'slow food,' or as intangible cultural heritage through UNESCO. By effectively analyzing food and foodways through the perspectives of critical heritage studies, this collection productively brings two overlapping but frequently separate theoretical frameworks into conversation.

Kelantan Authentic Heritage Cuisines

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Annapurni

Author: Sabita Radhakrishnan
Editor: Roli Books
ISBN: 9789351941309
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The culinary heritage of Tamil Nadu is rich and full of surprises. From the special rasam of the Kongunadu people to the Anglo Indian pot roasts, Tamil cuisine goes beyond the hackneyed idli-dosai. Annapurni, in an attempt to shed light on the culinary heritage and diversity of the southern state, documents favorite recipes of the Tamil people, and of those who have over the generations embraced Tamil Nadu as their home - producing a delightful mingling of traditional cuisines. The lip-smacking dishes of the Mudaliars, Vellalas, Naidus, Anglo Indians, Chettiars, and Tamil Muslims have been featured in this book, along with the delicate balance of flavors and communities that constitute the social fabric of the land down under.

Teochew Heritage Cooking

Author: Eric Low
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9814677353
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Teochew Heritage Cooking is the definitive reference for anyone looking to learn more about the colourful heritage and food culture of the Teochews in Singapore. An engaging introduction provides an insightful overview of the history and culture of the Teochew community, and 50 recipes for authentic Teochew dishes brings the refreshing flavours of this alluring cuisine nearer home

Pakistan Heritage Cuisine

Author: Sayeeda Leghari
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ISBN: 9789699251955
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Peranakan Heritage Cooking

Author: Philip Chia
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9814435090
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Long before fusion cuisine captured the imagination of the world, the Peranakans were blending Chinese ingredients and cooking techniques with the spices and native ingredients used by the indigenous Malays, over time establishing a repertoire of recipes avidly followed to this day. Peranakan food is typically aromatic and spicy and features ingredients that include cocnut milk, galangal, turmeric, candlenuts, laksa leaves, pandan leaves, tamarind pulp, lemongrass, chillies, shallots, basil and coriander.

The New Mrs Lee S Cookbook Nonya Cuisine

Author: Mrs. Chin Koon Lee
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ISBN: 9789812327055
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Traditional Cuisines Of Sabah

Author: Diana Dompok
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ISBN: 9789834002206
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The Heritage Of Italian Cooking

Author: Lorenza De' Medici Stucchi
Editor: Random House Incorporated
ISBN:
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This richly illustrated celebration of Old World Italian cooking restores more than 150 recipes, some centuries old, for the modern cook, tracing the history of Italian cuisine

Scaling Up

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World Food Mexico City

Author: James Oseland
Editor: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 0399579869
File Size: 33,85 MB
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Introducing World Food, an exceptional new cookbook series in the classic tradition, taking readers on a journey to the world’s greatest cuisines and the remarkable cultures they come from. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION AND TOWN & COUNTRY Whether you’re an absolute beginner at Mexican cooking or already a pro, World Food: Mexico City is for you. This definitive and beautiful user’s guide unlocks the secrets to real Mexican cuisine with more than fifty authentic, reliable recipes, while the compelling stories and photography tell the tale of the vibrant culinary capital of Latin America. You’ll be taken to home kitchens, markets, and restaurants, where you’ll get to know exemplary local cooks and learn how to master Mexican culinary traditions and techniques. Every recipe—from the vivid salsa with pan-roasted tomatoes to the soul-satisfying pork stew with corn, potatoes, and green beans—provides a cook’s-eye lens into real Mexico City culture. Explore easy party food such as authentic guacamole and homemade tortilla chips; satisfying first courses such as cantina-style garlic soup and beer-infused “drunken” rice; or slow-cooked masterpieces such as Mexican-style stewed zucchini. Learn how to make family-friendly meals including ancho chiles stuffed with cheese, as well as standouts such as fall-apart tender roasted lamb with pasilla chiles, or tuna tostada garnished with chipotle mayonnaise and avocado—a modern classic from the beloved restaurant Contramar. With more than 150 photographs and a comprehensive illustrated reference chapter that tells you how to find, use, and store all the necessary ingredients, from cilantro to Mexican cheeses, World Food: Mexico City satisfies an appetite for new recipes, new ways to cook, and a new way of understanding one of the most exciting food destinations on the planet.

Scottish Heritage Food And Cooking

Author: Carol Wilson
Editor: Lorenz Books
ISBN: 9780754831495
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This beautiful book presents a fascinating guide to traditional Scottish cuisine with an authentic collection of 150 best-loved recipes. The introduction includes a guide to the Scottish kitchen, which focuses on local delicacies and regional staples. Divided into chapters covering first courses, meat, poultry and game, fish and seafood, vegetables and desserts, the book also has special sections on the Scottish breakfast, breads and bakes, preserves and beverages. Both an evocative tour of a timeless and dramatic country, and an inspiring guide to a unique culinary heritage, this cookbook is a classic reference and recipe resource.

Eurasian Heritage Cooking

Author: Quentin Pereira
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International
ISBN: 9789814346467
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The Singapore Heritage Cookbook series documents and preserves the cultural and culinary heritage of the different ethnic groups in Singapore through recipes passed down from generation to generation. Each book is made up of two parts: An introduction that provides an overview of the history and culture of the community in Singapore and a selection of 55–65 recipes. This section will include traditional dishes, dishes that boast a distinct regional variation that makes them uniquely Singaporean as well dishes that have been adapted over time with lifestyle changes. A brief but informative headnote introduces each recipe and explains the history/significance of the dish and/or other interesting facts related to the dish or ingredients used.With its focus on the cultural and culinary heritage of the Chinese, Malays, Indians, Eurasians and Peranakans in Singapore, the Singapore Heritage Cookbook series will be the definitive reference for anyone looking to learn and understand more about the different ethnic groups in Singapore.