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245 00 Adventures in eating :|banthropological experiences in 
       dining from around the world /|cedited by Helen R. Haines 
       and Clare A. Sammells. 
260    Boulder, Colo. :|bUniversity Press of Colorado,|c©2010. 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 292 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  The importance of food and feasting around the world / 
       Helen R. Haines and Clare A. Sammells -- Boiled eggs with 
       chicks inside, or what commensality means / Robert Ivar 
       Lohmann -- A rat by any other name : conflicting 
       definitions of "dinner" in Belize, Central America / Helen
       R. Haines -- The delicacy of raising and eating guinea pig
       / David John Goldstein -- Termites tell the tale : 
       globalization of an indigenous food system among Abaluyia 
       of Western Kenya / Maria G. Cattell -- Ode to a Chuño : 
       learning to love freeze-dried potatoes in highland Bolivia
       / Clare A. Sammells -- Durian : the king of fruits or an 
       acquired taste? / Maxine E. McBrinn -- MSG and sugar : 
       dilemmas and tribulations of a "native" ethnographer / 
       Lidia Marte -- Eating incorrectly in Japan / James J. 
       Aimers -- No heads, no feet, no monkeys, no dogs : the 
       evolution of personal food taboos / Miriam S. Chaiken -- 
       Buona forchetta : overeating in Italy / Rachel Black -- 
       "No thanks, I don't eat meat" : vegetarian adventures in 
       beef-centric Argentina / Ariela Zycherman -- Eating with 
       the Blackfeet : who's been eating whose food? / Susan L. 
       Johnston -- Drinking Ethiopia / Ronald Reminick -- You are
       what you drink in Honduras / Joel Palka -- Epilogue : 
       Edibles and ethnic boundaires, globalization and guinea 
       pigs / Miriam S. Chaiken. 
520 1  "Anthropologists training to do fieldwork in far-off, 
       unfamiliar places prepare for significant challenges with 
       regard to language, customs, and other cultural 
       differences. However, like other travelers to unknown 
       places, they are often unprepared to deal with the most 
       basic and necessary requirement: food. Although there are 
       many books on the anthropology of food, Adventures in 
       Eating is the first intended to prepare students for the 
       uncomfortable dining situations they may encounter over 
       the course of their careers." "Many cultures place 
       significance on food and hospitality, and whether sago 
       grubs, jungle rats, termites, or the pungent durian fruit 
       are on the table, participating in the act of sharing food
       can establish relationships vital to anthropologists' 
       research practices and knowledge of their host cultures. 
       Using their own experiences with unfamiliarand sometimes 
       unappealingfood practices and customs, the contributors 
       explore such eating moments and how these moments can 
       produce new under-standings of culture and the meaning of 
       food beyond the immediate experience of eating it. They 
       also address how personal eating experiences arid culinary
       dilemmas can shape the data and methodologies of the 
       discipline." "The main readership of Adventures in Eating 
       will be students in anthropology and other scholars, but 
       the explosion of food media gives the book additional 
       appeal for fans of No Reservations and Bizarre Foods on 
       the Travel Channel." "Helen R. Haines is a research 
       associate at Trent University Archaeology Research Center 
       and teaches anthropology at Trent University and the 
       University of Toronto-Mississauga." "Clare A. Sammells is 
       assistant professor of anthropology at Bucknell 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
650  0 Food habits. 
650  0 Food preferences. 
650  0 Dinners and dining. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Haines, Helen R. 
700 1  Sammells, Clare A.,|d1973- 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tAdventures in eating.|dBoulder, Colo. : 
       University Press of Colorado, 2010|z9781607320371|w(DLC)  
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