Why Does Greek Food Taste So Good?
In the introduction, I lay out the case for an ethnography of everyday cooking and consider past approaches to learning, apprenticeship, and everyday practice. I discuss the gendered aspects of cooking and how feminist approaches have dealt with cooking and kitchen spaces in the past. I suggest some of the advantages and challenges of a video-focused methodology for getting at questions of skill, knowledge, and transmission. I also suggest some of the ways that cooking is currently seen in the media in such movements as Molecular Gastronomy.
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