Food Cultures of the World EncyclopediaCollege of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters
DescriptionGoing out for Ethiopian, Argentine, or Malaysian food—or some other international cuisine—may be all the rage these days, but understanding the world's food cultures goes far beyond sampling the fare of the latest "exotic" restaurant. For example, learning the history behind the eating of tahricht (oven-baked sheep offal) among the Berber peoples of northern Africa, or how an average family in the Philippines shops for food, or why Brazilian chefs are focusing more than ever on using culturally important ingredients—all of these are part of understanding global food cultures.
Find in WorldCathttps://www.worldcat.org/title/food-cultures-of-the-world-encyclopedia/oclc/727739841&referer=brief_results
- Food habits,
- Food preferences,
- Food Studies
Citation InformationKen Albala. Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA(2011) p. 1 - 1434
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ken-albala/127/