Table of contents for Food is culture / Massimo Montanari ; translated from the Italian by Albert Sonnenfeld.

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Series Editor¿s Preface	ix
Creating One¿s Own Food	1
 Nature and Culture	3
 Even Nature Is Culture	00
 Playing with Time (and Climate)	00
 Playing with Space	00
 Conflicts	00
The Invention of Cuisine	00
 Fire > Kitchen > Cuisine > Civilization	00
 Written Cuisine and Oral Cooking	00
 Anticuisine	00
 Roasted and Boiled	00
 Pleasure and Health	00
The Pleasure and the Duty of Choice	00
 Taste Is a Cultural Product	00
 Digression: Playing at ¿Historical Cuisine¿	00
 Taste Is a Product of Society	00
 From the Geography of Taste to the Taste of Geography	00
 The Paradox of Globalization	00
Food, Language, Identity	000
 Eating Together	000
 The Grammar of Food	000
 Substitutions and Annexations	000
 Tell Me How Much You Eat and I¿ll Tell You Who You Are	000
 The How, the Why, and the Wherewithal	000
 Food and the Calendar: A Lost Dimension? 	000
 Identity, Exchange, Traditions, and ¿Origins¿ 	000
 Roots: A Metaphor to Use All the Way		000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Food -- History.
Food habits -- History.