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The first Europeans to settle on the Aboriginal land that would become know as Australia arrived in 1788. From the first these colonists were accused of ineptitude when it came to feeding themselves: as legend has it they nearly starved to death because they were…
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L’institut Paul Bocuse fête cette année ses 25 ans. Cette école créée par Paul Bocuse et réputée pour former les cadres et les chefs des grands restaurants de demain, se caractérise par l’excellence de son enseignement. Pour fêter l’évènement, l’Institut Bocuse…

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Embedded in the quest for ways to preserve and promote heritage of any kind and, in particular, food heritage, is an appreciation or a sense of an impending loss of a particular way of life – knowledge, skills set, traditions -- deemed vital to the survival of a…
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From deep, supple and mouthfilling Shiraz to golden botrytised Riesling, from delicious gooseberry and grassdriven Sauvignon Blanc to the generosity of sunkissed Chardonnay, the ancient continent of Australia produces wines that equal the best in the world. The…
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There are nearly 12 million children under the age of five in child care each week in the U.S. The trend is to move away from large operations and turn to the small services. This increase in small day care operations created a huge opportunity for someone who…

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Le Cours de cuisine de Ferrandi est un ouvrage destiné aux élèves de cette fameuse école mais aussi au grand public qui souhaite apprendre de la pédagogie qui y est proposée. Apprendre à cuisiner, c’est apprendre des techniques dans le but de les maîtriser…
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The first Europeans to settle on the Aboriginal land that would become know as Australia arrived in 1788. From the first these colonists were accused of ineptitude when it came to feeding themselves: as legend has it they nearly starved to death because they were…

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Embedded in the quest for ways to preserve and promote heritage of any kind and, in particular, food heritage, is an appreciation or a sense of an impending loss of a particular way of life – knowledge, skills set, traditions -- deemed vital to the survival of a…

Food Cults

by Kima Cargill

|This title releases December 16, 2016

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What do we mean when we call any group a cult? Defining that term is a slippery proposition – the word cult is provocative and arguably pejorative. Does it necessarily refer to a religious group? A group with a charismatic leader? Or something darker and more…

Food Cults

by Kima Cargill

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What do we mean when we call any group a cult? Defining that term is a slippery proposition – the word cult is provocative and arguably pejorative. Does it necessarily refer to a religious group? A group with a charismatic leader? Or something darker and more…
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Food and the Novel in Nineteenth-Century America revolves around the 1840 presidential election when, according to campaign slogans, candidates were what they ate. Skillfully deploying the rhetoric of republican simplicity—the belief that plain dress, food, and…
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In Vietnam during the long nineteenth century from the Tây S o n rebellion to the 1920s, individuals negotiated changing interpretations of their culinary choices by their families, neighbors, and governments. What people ate reflected not just who they were, but…