How much can we learn about a different culture from its food choices, in terms of local produce, preparation and eating habits? In this comprehensive four-volume reference work, Ken Albala and a team of dedicated food scholars show how we can begin to understand the ways different cultures are formed and shaped by eating practices and behaviours. Volume III shines a spotlight on Asia and Oceania, and tracks systematically through a spread of the countries in the region.
In this volume, observations range from what is meant by French toast in Hong Kong, to how meat is typically prepared through marination in yogurt in Nepal. Through the presentation of these aspects of cuisine and food-related habits together, Albala et al move towards a theory of food culture.
Encyclopedia of World Cultures: Oceania
Accessibly written and vastly wide-ranging in scope, the volume is dotted throughout with exciting recipes for the reader to try, and provides a definitive foundation for anyone seeking to understand how a spotlight on food can bring together the numerous threads that compose a society. Encyclopedia entry. Geography of Food. Asia , Oceania. Search for publications. Subscription Required. South Korea. Indian Subcontinent. Bangladesh and West Bengal India.
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