foodoir

foodoir

(ˈfuːdwɑː)
n
a book or blog that combines a personal memoir with a series of recipes
[from food + memoir]
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It is in part a "foodoir," a term coined to refer to a memoir in which food is central, and a commentary on the genre itself.
Its chapters consider topics such as the modernist cookbook, the culinary memoir, and the ambiguities of the transnational foodoir. It is researched with the skill of a professional scholar and presented as a hybrid of the impulse to meaning that leads retired academics of note to produce meditations on the philosophical-historical depths behind everyday life, and the impulse to pleasure that leads them to produce mystery novels in which people drink tea.
The publishing world has long been flooded with a multiple genre of cookbooks from the simplistic glossy images of food coupled with recipes to celebrity-chef authored coffee-table offerings to 'foodoirs' (food + memoir).