Wonderfully rich book,
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This review is from: Kitchen Culture in America: Popular Representations of Food, Gender, and Race (Paperback)
The book is a series of chapters about aspects of food, eating and food production in America. Each takes a different topic, from a different angle and can be read separately. While academic, it is readable, and considers the issues mainly in terms of gender and race. The final chapter by Traci Marie Kelly formed the theoretical framework of my MA thesis so I guess I should have a high opinion of it.. though I never thought of a title as attention grabbing as 'If I were a Voodoo Priestess'!
For anyone interested in food, gender or America, this is a 'must read'.
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