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foodways

(ˈfuːdˌweɪz)
pl n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) the customs and traditions relating to food and its preparation
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Author of The Cooking Gene (Harper Collins 2017), Twitty is a noted culinary and cultural historian and the creator of Afroculinaria, the first blog devoted to African American historic foodways and their legacies.
com)-- The Austin Saengerrunde and Scholz Garten are excited to partner with Foodways Texas for the return of the 2018 TX German Bier Fest.
Contributors in religion, Jewish studies, American studies, American Jewish history, Yiddish foodways, and Judaic studies investigate the cultural value of Jewish food in American society.
Fernando Zialcita of Ateneo is working with chefs to document local foodways.
Originally published in 1923, until its reissue in 1988 with the help of renowned southern culture scholar John Egerton, "Dishes and Beverages of the Old South" was justifiably considered to be an exceptionally rare text on southern foodways and cuisine.
Sara Camp Milam, Jerry Slater, and Andrew Thomas Lee (photographer); THE SOUTHERN FOODWAYS ALLIANCE GUIDE TO COCKTAILS; University of Georgia Press (Nonfiction: Cooking) 29.
Nir Avieli offers a critical and delightful review of Food, Foodways and Foodscapes: Culture, Community and Consumption in Post-Colonial Singapore.
In many ways Singapore provides an example that makes it relevant beyond its size and, excuse the pun, makes the study of its food, foodways and foodscapes deserve a seat at the kitchen table of food studies alongside well-established sites such as France, America and China.
Taste of History--August 12 Discover Native American foodways and see historic cooking demonstrations.
Hatchett's spadework has made it possible for others to reconsider Hines's influence on American foodways.
While it is not known what the immediate reason for the joint meal was, there were at least 90 native men and 50 Englishmen present, Kathleen Wall, a colonial foodways culinarian at Plimoth Plantation, told Time.
The restaurant is on the National Culinary Heritage Register, which honors culinary traditions, inventions, products, processes and establishments at least 50 years old that have contributed to the development of American foodways.