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Foodways - What does it mean?

The term "foodways" in popular culture means not only the study of regional and ethnic cooking/cuisine and regional food festivals, but also the treatment of food and eating in popular entertainment and literature.


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Foodways & Cookery

For those who love to explore other cultures, or our own, through food, the Browne Popular Culture Library holds an impressive array of resources on foodways and cookery in the form of cookbooks, manuals, etc.

Take a look through this guide and find a very small amount of the cookbooks we have available.


Reference Books for Some Background

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Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America - Andrew F. Smith (Editor)
Call Number: popref TX349 .E45 2004
ISBN: 0195154371
Publication Date: 2004-12-09

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Foodways - Ann J. Abadie; Charles Reagan Wilson (Editor); James G. Thomas; John T. Edge (Editor)
Call Number: popref F209 .N47 2006
ISBN: 9780807858400
Publication Date: 2007-09-24
Foodways is Vol. 7 of the New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture

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The Greenwood Guide to American Popular Culture - M. Thomas Inge (Editor); Dennis Hall (Editor)
Call Number: popref E169.1 .H2643 2002
ISBN: 0313323682
Publication Date: 2002-10-01
Take a look at Vol.2


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