Table of contents for Secret ingredients : race, gender, and class at the dinner table / Sherrie A. Inness.


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Introductions: Recipes for Revolution * "34,000,000,000 work-hours" Saved: Convenience Foods and Mom's Home Cooking * "Unnatural, unclean, and filthy": Chinese American Cooking Literature Confronting Racism in the 1950s * "All those leftovers are hard on the family morale": Rebellion in Peg Bracken's I Hate to Cook Book * "Boredom is quite out of the picture": Women's Natural Foods Cookbooks and Social Change * "More American than apple pie": Modern African-American Cookbooks Fighting White Stereotypes * "You can't get trashier": White Trash Cookbooks and Social Class * "Dining on grass and shrubs": Making Vegan Food Sexy * Thin Is Not In: Two Fat Ladies and Gender Stereotypes on the Food Network



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cookery -- Social aspects.
Social norms.