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In the Same Bite: Essays on Food and Death By Julie Lauterbach-Colby
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Personal essays on the intersections of death and food in societies and within cultures, as seen through the eyes of one family's dealings with the loss of a loved one, and one author's dealings with... More > such loss through the discovery of cooking and food culture.< Less
Food Writer By Alan Haas
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Pamela White, publisher of the only periodical that focuses on food writing, has turned her original food writing class into a self-study course. In six lessons, the students learn to pitch columns,... More > write articles, query magazines successfully, review restaurants, and write food essays and memoirs. The bonus chapters include tips on styling and photographing food, essential information on copyrights, selling rights and trademarks, and insider advice editors want writers to know. Each lesson includes assignments that guide the writer to successfully understand the lesson.< Less
Musings... Essays and Aphorisms By Stephen Warde Anderson
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A collection of literary essays by outsider artist Stephen Warde Anderson. The essays, or musings are brief and concise (about 600 words average) and deal with elemental subjects such as Happiness,... More > Evil, Sportsmanship, Bachelorhood, Poetry, and Reincarnation. Intended as food for thought, easy to read. Approx. 42,000 words.< Less
On Food and Cooking Study Guide By
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On Food and Cooking Study Guide consists of approx. 37 pages of summaries and analysis on On Food and Cooking by Harold McGee.
Little Book of Essays By Stephen Elder
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Newspaper columnist, author, blogger, cabinetmaker, home inspector, and Certified Old Guy Stephen Elder holds forth on a wide range of topics: education in America, worries about English, rants on... More > Congress, why young women talk funny, myth correction, and string theory. Elder calls ‘em as he sees ‘em. Written under the influence (i.e. of Mark Twain and Dave Barry with an occasional dark detour into Ambrose Bierce), there is plenty of food for thought. Though his dry wit may be an acquired taste, it is also addictive. One critic has praised Elder’s essays as “full of enlightened observations” about the past, the present, and the future. Another has maligned them as “suppurating with snarkiness, but sometimes justifiably so.” The author recommends that you show initiative. Buy a copy and judge for yourself.< Less
Food for Thought Anthology By Gail Pursell Elliott
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Over the years our world has changed dramatically. People often treat each other like objects and opportunities rather than as human beings. In many cases we’ve lost touch with one another as... More > people. Each of us is unique; each of us has wants, hopes, needs, dreams, desires and the right to dignity and respect as individuals. We must gain insight and awareness to see each other with new eyes. This Food for Thought Anthology is the original collection of essays, stories and quotes that was released by Gail Pursell Elliott in 2001. This edition is in response to numerous requests to reissue the original collection, an insightful and inspiring book for you to enjoy and to share with others.< Less
FOOD as a Lifestyle By Bernard Knopp
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In this, his latest edited collection of articles, essays and other snippets that he has taken from all over the vast library of the internet, Bernard Knopp has again attempted to bring you the best... More > of the best. In doing so he has successfully assembled not only a varied but logical mixture on these subjects but has also sought to introduce his readers to the fountain-heads of expertise and knowledge via the bibliographic notes. Using the references in order to follow the written words back to their source will ensure that the readers are able to fully immerse themselves in their chosen watering holes. Within the 230 pages spread over 4 chapters can be found a veritable wealth of important and hopefully thought provoking information. Reading this copy of the Introduction to the Ebook will help you to fully understand the background to all the useful ideas, theories, tips and other information contained within its pages.< Less
In the Shadow of the Golden Arches By Fast Food & Society First Term Seminar Students
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From farmers, to servers, to consumers, in the U.S. and abroad, countless lives are impacted by fast food culture. The essays in this book, written by students at Gustavus Adolphus College, give... More > voice to a small number of those whose lives fall under the shadow of the golden arches. Together, this collection of essays sheds light on the wide-ranging impact of fast food culture on society.< Less
Fast Food Nation Study Guide By
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The Fast Food Nation Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character... More > Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Fast Food Nation.< Less
Listen: Essays on Living the Good Life By Bobbi Buchanan
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"Through her work at New Southerner, Bobbi Buchanan has established herself as an important voice in support of environmental stewardship. This collection of brief essays is a gentle manifesto... More > weaving her own experiences of becoming more mindful in her choices about food, work, and money with her belief that our consumer culture not only damages the environment, but our own sense of gratitude and wonder. Brilliant, funny, and moving, the essays remind us to listen and serve as a kind of daily devotional for those of us trying to move more gracefully upon the earth."-Wanda Fries< Less