The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures

Volume 4, Number 2, 2013

Table of contents (17 articles)

  • Introduction: Cookbook narratives from within the covers and between the lines
  • Research

    1. Cooking Up Change: Family Cookbooks as Markers of Shifting Kitchen Politics
    2. How to Eat Like a Canadian: Centennial Cookbooks and Visions of Culinary Identity
    3. Constructing the Politics of Cookery: Authorial Strategy and Domestic Politics in English Cookery Books, 1655-1670
    4. Politicized Spaces and Public Intimacy: The Cookery Books of Henrietta Maria and Elizabeth Cromwell


    1. The Salsify or Oyster Plant
    2. The Many Lives of Mustard: Journey of a Familiar Condiment
    3. Tourtière and Cretons: Celebratory French-Canadian Meat Dishes in Today’s New England


    1. Opera da Camera

    Canlit food

    Cooking the books

    Book reviews

  • Books Received
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