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Food & Imaginative Geography

Pages 175-180

Adam Ramsey

on 24 April 2010

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Transcript of Food & Imaginative Geography

Food and Imaginative Geography "Cultural mobility via food is the recipe column in cookbook. When a cookbook introduces out-of-the-routine reciped for things like, say, lobster, the immediate task may be to provide information about this dish. I prose that the consequences of such columns...is food mobility" (175). "If part of the theme and discourse of mobility is connectivity and communication then exotic recipes and information narratives on food enable us to travel. Recipe books and columns constitute the imaginative geography of food. They tell us...
where to get the particular dish or raw material,
how to cook,
how to serve,
what it will look like and
what it might taste like" (176).

connectivity communication "Cookbooks and food columns are a culinary mapping of the world, a discourse that readies you for a new kind of mobility" (176). "Reading a book is like having the ability to travel without moving an inch." -unknown "Food mobility.. is the discourse of exotic food and taste that anticipates the sensory pleasure of travel" (177). New Kind of Mobility
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