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The Resource Secret ingredients : race, gender, and class at the dinner table, Sherrie A. Inness, (electronic resource)

Secret ingredients : race, gender, and class at the dinner table, Sherrie A. Inness, (electronic resource)

Label
Secret ingredients : race, gender, and class at the dinner table
Title
Secret ingredients
Title remainder
race, gender, and class at the dinner table
Statement of responsibility
Sherrie A. Inness
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
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Inness, Sherrie A
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
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ebrary, Inc
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  • Cooking
  • Social norms
Label
Secret ingredients : race, gender, and class at the dinner table, Sherrie A. Inness, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction : recipes for revolution -- 1. "34,000,000,000 work-hours" saved : convenience foods and mom's home cooking -- 2. "Unnatural, unclean, and filthy" : Chinese-American cooking literature confronting racism in the 1950s -- 3. "All those leftovers are hard on the family's morale" : rebellion in Peg Bracken's The I hate to cook book -- 4. "Boredom is quite out of the picture" : women's natural foods cookbooks and social change -- 5. "More American than apple pie" : modern African-American cookbooks fighting white stereotypes -- 6. "You can't get trashier" : white trash cookbooks and social class -- 7. "Dining on grass and shrubs" : making vegan food sexy -- 8. Thin is not in : Two Fat Ladies and gender stereotypes on the food network
Control code
ebr10135560
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
246 p
Form of item
electronic
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Secret ingredients : race, gender, and class at the dinner table, Sherrie A. Inness, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction : recipes for revolution -- 1. "34,000,000,000 work-hours" saved : convenience foods and mom's home cooking -- 2. "Unnatural, unclean, and filthy" : Chinese-American cooking literature confronting racism in the 1950s -- 3. "All those leftovers are hard on the family's morale" : rebellion in Peg Bracken's The I hate to cook book -- 4. "Boredom is quite out of the picture" : women's natural foods cookbooks and social change -- 5. "More American than apple pie" : modern African-American cookbooks fighting white stereotypes -- 6. "You can't get trashier" : white trash cookbooks and social class -- 7. "Dining on grass and shrubs" : making vegan food sexy -- 8. Thin is not in : Two Fat Ladies and gender stereotypes on the food network
Control code
ebr10135560
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
246 p
Form of item
electronic
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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