9780415978187

The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook: Complete Meals from Around the World

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    9780415978187

  • ISBN10:

    0415978181

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2006-06-09
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

Have you ever wanted to host a full evening of Indian food, culture, and music? How about preparing a traditional Balinese banquet? Or take a trip to the Hebrides and enjoy a Scottish feast?The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbooktakes you around the world on a culinary journey that is also a cultural and social odyssey. Many cookbooks offer a snapshot of individual recipes from different parts of the world, but do nothing to tell the reader how different foods are presented together, or how to relate these foods to other cultural practices. For years, ethnomusicologists have visited the four corners of the earth to collect the music and culture of native peoples, from Africa to the Azores, from Zanzibar to New Zealand. Along the way, they've observed how music is an integral part of social interaction, particularly when it's time for a lavish banquet or celebration. Foodways and cultural expression are not separate; this book emphasizes this connection through offering over 35 complete meals, fromappetizers to entrees to side dishes to desserts and drinks. A list of recommended CDs fills out the culinary experience, along with hints on how to present each dish and to organize the overall meal. The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbookcombines scholarship with a unique and fun approach to the study of the world's foods, musics, and cultures. More thanjusta cookbook, it is an excellent companion for anyone embarking on a cultural-culinary journey.

Table of Contents

Prelude
1(8)
World Music, World Food
2(4)
Sean Williams
How to Use This Book
6(3)
Africa
9(18)
Kenya
10(6)
Jesse Samba Wheeler
Northern Ghana (Dagomba Ethnicity)
16(3)
David Locke
Cape Verde Islands, Atlantic West Africa
19(3)
Susan Hurley-Glowa
Namibia
22(5)
Minette Mans
East Asia
27(34)
Chaozhou, China
28(5)
Mercedes DuJunco
Sichuan, China
33(7)
Su Zheng
Tokyo, Japan
40(6)
Marie Abe
Okinawa, Japan
46(5)
Marie Abe
Korea
51(6)
Okon Hwang
Mongolia
57(4)
Peter K. Marsh
South Asia
61(20)
Nepal
62(7)
Anna Marie Stirr
North India
69(7)
Amelia Maciszewski
Kerala, South India
76(5)
Zoe Sherinian
Southeast Asia
81(32)
Luzon, Philippines
82(6)
Mercedes DuJunco
Surakarta, Java, Indonesia
88(6)
Marc Benamou
Sunda, Indonesia
94(5)
Sean Williams
Bali, Indonesia
99(5)
Ni Wayan Murni
Jonathan Copeland
Thailand
104(5)
Andrew
Christina Shahriari
Terry Miller
Vietnam
109(4)
Phong T. Nguyen
Middle East
113(40)
Morocco
114(4)
Philip Schuyler
Andalusian Morocco
118(6)
Julia Banzi
Judeo-Spanish Morocco
124(5)
Suzanne Benchimol
Judith Cohen
Egypt
129(7)
Mina Girgis
Palestine
136(5)
David McDonald
Suwayda Province, Syria
141(5)
Kathleen Hood
Iran
146(7)
Niloofar Mina
South and Central America
153(28)
Bolivia
154(6)
Thalia Rios
Brasilia, Brazil
160(5)
Jesse Samba Wheeler
Rosa Virginia Melo
Minas Gerais, Brazil
165(5)
Suzel A. Reily
Southeastern Brazil
170(5)
Carla Brunet
Oaxaca, Mexico
175(6)
Mark Brill
North America
181(24)
Newfoundland and Labrador
182(5)
Beverley Diamond
Romanian Jewish New York
187(5)
Jeffrey A. Summit
Southern Appalachia (Western North Carolina)
192(5)
Lucy M. Long
Canoe Nations of the Pacific Northwest
197(8)
Pauline ``Isumatta'' Tuttle
Oceania
205(16)
Australia
206(6)
Jennifer Gall
New Zealand
212(4)
David G. Hebert
Tonga
216(5)
Adrienne L. Kaeppler
Europe
221(52)
Andalusian Spain
222(5)
Julia Banzi
Ibiza and Formentera (the Pityusic Islands)
227(6)
Esperanca Bonet Roig
Judith Cohen
Campania, Italy
233(7)
Jennifer Caputo
Greece
240(6)
Maria Hnaraki
Bulgaria
246(5)
Timothy Rice
Estonia
251(4)
Ramona Holmes
Sweden
255(7)
Theresa A. Allison
Norway
262(5)
Chris Goertzen
Ireland
267(6)
Sean Williams
Encore
273(16)
The Marzipan Workshop Sonnets
274(1)
Bruno Nettl
About the Contributors
275(7)
I Can't Eat That! Dietary Modifications
282(7)
Abigail Wood
Index 289

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