How do we engage with food through memory and imagination? This expansive volume spans time space to illustrate how, food, people have engaged the past, future, their alternative presents. Beth M. Forrest Greg de St. Maurice brought together first-class contributions, from both established up-and-coming scholars, consider how imagination intertwine sometimes diverge. Chapters draw on cases around world-including Iran, Italy, Japan, Kenya, US-and include topics such as national identity, insecurity, phenomenon of knowledge. Contributions represent a range disciplines, including anthropology, history, philosophy, psychology, sociology. is veritable feast for contemporary studies scholar.
At last, a field guide to baking and identifying virtually every cookie imaginable, from Snickerdoodles Pfeffernusse! Field Guide Cookies is the definitive cookies around world, with more than 100 recipes variations on such tried-and-true classics as gingersnaps, whoopie pies, pinwheels well traditional international favorites like pizzelles, baklava, alfajores. This delectable introduces readers best techniques for creating drop, bar, molded, rolled, sandwich variations. Every photographed in glorious full color, step-by-step instructions how prepare, bake, store your creations. Entries include fascinating historical background, helpful notes, serving suggestions each delicious variety. Whether you’re novice or veteran pastry chef, mouthwatering home-baked confections are just minutes away Cookies!
A collection of heart warming plays especially written to teach children the historical and cultural significance particular special days through creative art drama. The involve whole class are ideal preform at school assemblies.