Classic Palestinian Cuisine

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ISBN: 9780863568794
Release Date: 2013-07-10
Number of pages: 202
Author: Christiane Dabdoub Nasser
Publisher: Saqi

Download and read online Classic Palestinian Cuisine in PDF and EPUB Classic Palestinian Cuisine is a collection of over one hundred mouh-watering dishes, such as ful m'dammas (broad bean salad), kidreh (rice with mutton) and djaj mahshi (stuffed chicken), characteristic of the culinary culture of the Mediterranean. Christiane Dabdoub Nasser's delightful tips and anecdotes, from coring marrows to buying the perfect cabbage for stuffing, vividly bring to life the smells and flavours of Palestinian cookery, as practiced in kitchens across the region for generations.


Eating Traditional Food

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ISBN: 9781317285939
Release Date: 2016-11-18
Number of pages: 240
Author: Brigitte Sebastia
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Eating Traditional Food in PDF and EPUB Due to its centrality in human activities, food is a meaningful object that necessarily participates in any cultural, social and ideological construction and its qualification as 'traditional' is a politically laden value. This book demonstrates that traditionality as attributed to foods goes beyond the notions of heritage and authenticity under which it is commonly formulated. Through a series of case studies from a global range of cultural and geographical areas, the book explores a variety of contexts to reveal the complexity behind the attribution of the term 'traditional' to food. In particular, the volume demonstrates that the definitions put forward by programmes such as TRUEFOOD and EuroFIR (and subsequently adopted by organisations including FAO), which have analysed the perception of traditional foods by individuals, do not adequately reflect this complexity. The concept of tradition being deeply ingrained culturally, socially, politically and ideologically, traditional foods resist any single definition. Chapters analyse the processes of valorisation, instrumentalisation and reinvention at stake in the construction and representation of a food as traditional. Overall the book offers fresh perspectives on topics including definition and regulation, nationalism and identity, and health and nutrition, and will be of interest to students and researchers of many disciplines including anthropology, sociology, politics and cultural studies.


Classic Palestinian Cookery

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ISBN: 0863565484
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 224
Author: Christiane Dabdoub Nasser
Publisher: Al Saqi

Download and read online Classic Palestinian Cookery in PDF and EPUB This cookbook features a rich variety of dishes characteristic of the eastern regions of the Mediterranean and their culinary cultures. It is a collection of over 100 recipes - salads, soups, one-dish meals, stews and desserts - which represent traditional Palestinian cooking but also expose possibilities for a wider and more eclectic cuisine.


Palestine

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ISBN: 9781841623672
Release Date: 2012-03-01
Number of pages: 328
Author: Sarah Irving
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

Download and read online Palestine in PDF and EPUB The only practical guide to traveling in Palestine and Palestinian communities in Israel.


Jews and Their Foodways

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ISBN: 9780190493592
Release Date: 2015-12-01
Number of pages: 336
Author: Anat Helman
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Jews and Their Foodways in PDF and EPUB Food is not just a physical necessity but also a composite commodity. It is part of a communication system, a nonverbal medium for expression, and a marker of special events. Bringing together contributions from fourteen historians, anthropologists, sociologists, and literary critics, Volume XXVIII of Studies in Contemporary Jewry presents various viewpoints on the subtle and intricate relations between Jews and their foodways. The ancient Jewish community ritualized and codified the sphere of food; by regulating specific and detailed culinary laws, Judaism extended and accentuated food's cultural meanings. Modern Jewry is no longer defined exclusively in religious terms, yet a decrease in the role of religion, including kashrut observance, does not necessarily entail any diminishment of the role of food. On the contrary, as shown by the essays in this volume, choices of food take on special importance when Jewish individuals and communities face the challenges of modernity. Following an introduction by Sidney Mintz and concluding with an overview by Richard Wilk, the symposium essays lead the reader from the 20th century to the 21st, across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and North America. Through periods of war and peace, voluntary immigrations and forced deportations, want and abundance, contemporary Jews use food both for demarcating new borders in rapidly changing circumstances and for remembering a diverse heritage. Despite a tendency in traditional Jewish studies to focus on "high" culture and to marginalize "low" culture, Jews and Their Foodways demonstrates how an examination of people's eating habits helps to explain human life and its diversity through no less than the study of great events, the deeds of famous people, and the writings of distinguished rabbis.


Sacred Mobilities

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ISBN: 9781317060307
Release Date: 2016-03-03
Number of pages: 242
Author: Avril Maddrell
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Sacred Mobilities in PDF and EPUB This collection draws on the Mobilities approach to look afresh at notions of the sacred where they intersect with people, objects and other things on the move. Consideration of a wide range of spiritual meanings and practices also sheds light on the motivations and experiences associated with particular mobilities. Drawing on rich, situated case studies, this multi-disciplinary collection discusses what mobility in the social sciences, arts and humanities can tell us about movements and journeys prompted by religious, more broadly ’spiritual’ and 'secular-sacred' practices and priorities. Problematizing the fixity of sacred places and times as territorially and temporally bounded entities that exist in opposition to ’profane’ everyday life, this collection looks at the intersection between the embodied-emotional-spiritual experience of places, travel, belief-practices and communities. It is this geographically-informed perspective on the interleaving of religious/ spiritual/ secular notions of the sacred with the material and more-than-representational attributes of associated mobilities and related practices which constitutes this volume’s original contribution to the field.


Asian Soups Stews and Curries

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ISBN: 9789814634687
Release Date: 2014-07-15
Number of pages: 217
Author: Lee Geok Boi
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

Download and read online Asian Soups Stews and Curries in PDF and EPUB The ultimate comfort food and the cook’s answer to meals that can be cooked in a single pot, are wholesome and suitable for keeping, Asian Soups, Stews and Curries provides more than 100 easy-to-follow recipes for preparing these timeless dishes the Asian way. Discover how to stew vegetables and the various types and cuts of meat and seafood, as well as the many ways of enjoying and serving these stews. Also included are recipes for stewed desserts to wrap up the meal or serve as a pick-me-up at any time of the day


Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia

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ISBN: 9780313376269
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 1400
Author: Ken Albala
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Download and read online Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia in PDF and EPUB This comprehensive reference work introduces food culture from more than 150 countries and cultures around the world—including some from remote and unexpected peoples and places. * Entries covering over 150 countries and cultures from around the world * More than 100 expert contributors * Vignettes * An index that facilitates cross-cultural comparison


Warriors Witches Whores

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ISBN: 9780814339688
Release Date: 2017-11-15
Number of pages: 384
Author: Rachel S. Harris
Publisher: Wayne State University Press

Download and read online Warriors Witches Whores in PDF and EPUB Warriors, Witches, Whores: Women in Israeli Cinema is a feminist study of Israel’s film industry and the changes that have occurred since the 1990s. Working in feminist film theory, the book adopts a cultural studies approach, considering the creation of a female-centered and thematically feminist film culture in light of structural and ideological shifts in Israeli society. Author Rachel S. Harris situates these changes in dialogue with the cinematic history that preceded them and the ongoing social inequalities that perpetuate women’s marginalization within Israeli society. While no one can deny Israel’s Western women’s advancements, feminist filmmakers frequently turn to Israel’s less impressive underbelly as sources for their inspiration. Their films have focused on sexism, the negative impact of militarism on women’s experience, rape culture, prostitution, and sexual abuse. These films also tend to include subjects from society’s geographical periphery and social margins, such as female foreign workers, women, and refugees. Warriors, Witches, Whoresis divided into three major sections and each considers a different form of feminist engagement. The first part explores films that situate women in traditionally male spheres of militarism, considering the impact of interjecting women within hegemonic spaces or reconceptualizing them in feminist ways. The second part recovers the narratives of women’s experience that were previously marginalized or silenced, thereby creating a distinct female space that offers new kinds of storytelling and cinematic aesthetics that reflect feminist expressions of identity. The third part offers examples of feminist activism that reach beyond the boundaries of the film to comment on social issues, particularly those which affect women. This section demonstrates how feminists use film (and work within the film industry) in order to women’s position in society. While there are thematic overlaps between the chapters, each section marks structural differences in the modes of feminist response. Warriors, Witches, Whores considers the ways social and political power have impacted the representation of women and looks to how feminist filmmakers have fought against these inequities behind the camera, in the stories they tell, and in the ways women are depicted on screen. Students and scholars of film, gender, or cultural studies will appreciate this approachable monograph.


Women Chefs of New York

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ISBN: 9781472932723
Release Date: 2016-02-11
Number of pages: 288
Author: Nadia Arumugam
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Download and read online Women Chefs of New York in PDF and EPUB Women Chefs of New York is a colorful showcase of twenty-five leading female culinary talents in the restaurant capital of the world, including Jean Adamson and British-born April Bloomfield, who have both previously worked at The River Cafe in London. In a fiercely competitive, male-dominated field, these women have risen to the top, and their stories--and their recipes--make it abundantly clear why. Food writer Nadia Arumugam braves the sharp knives and the sputtering pans of oil for intimate interviews, revealing the chefs' habits, quirks, food likes, and dislikes, their proudest achievements, and their aspirations. Each chef contributes four signature recipes--appetizers, entrees, and desserts--to recreate the experience of a meal from their celebrated kitchens. This gorgeous full-color cookbook includes portraits of these inspiring women, inviting interior shots of their restaurants, and mouthwatering pictures of the featured dishes, styled by the chefs themselves--all captured by celebrated food photographer Alice Gao. Women Chefs of New York features all-stars such as Amanda Freitag, Jody Williams, April Bloomfield (The Spotted Pig, The Breslin), Gabrielle Hamilton (Prune), Christina Tosi (Momofuku Milk Bar), and Alex Raij (La Vara, Txikito, El Quinto) as well as up-and-coming players like Zahra Tangorra (Brucie), Ann Redding (Uncle Boons), and Sawako Ockochi (Shalom Japan). It's the ultimate gift for any cook or foodie--man or woman--interested in the food that's dazzling discerning palates in NYC now.


Jerusalem

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ISBN: 3831023336
Release Date: 2013-01
Number of pages: 318
Author: Yotam Ottolenghi
Publisher:

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The Middle East

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105113571066
Release Date: 2002
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Jamies Wohlf hlk che

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ISBN: 3831027161
Release Date: 2014-10-31
Number of pages: 408
Author: Jamie Oliver
Publisher:

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Jamies Superfood f r jeden Tag

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ISBN: 3831028931
Release Date: 2015-10-15
Number of pages: 3309
Author: Jamie Oliver
Publisher:

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W hrend die Welt schlief

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ISBN: 9783641054229
Release Date: 2011-03-28
Number of pages: 448
Author: Susan Abulhawa
Publisher: Diana Verlag

Download and read online W hrend die Welt schlief in PDF and EPUB Jenin im Blumenmonat April: Früh morgens, bevor die Welt um sie herum erwacht, liest Amals Vater ihr aus den Werken großer Dichter vor. Es sind Momente des Friedens und der Hoffnung, die Amal ihr Leben lang im Herzen trägt — ein Leben, das stets geprägt ist vom scheinbar ausweglosen Konflikt zweier Nationen. Seit Generationen leben die Abulhijas als Olivenbauern in dem idyllischen Dorf Ein Hod. Ihr Leben ist friedlich — bis 1948 die Zionisten den Staat Israel ausrufen und sich alles verändert. Die Dorfbewohner werden mit Waffengewalt aus ihren Häusern vertrieben, müssen ihr Land, ihren Besitz und ihr Zuhause zurücklassen. Amal, geboren im Flüchtlingslager in Jenin, lernt die Heimat ihrer Vorväter nie kennen. Stattdessen erlebt sie Kriege, Gewalt und schreckliche Verluste, aber sie erfährt auch Freundschaft und Liebe in der Gemeinschaft der Vertriebenen. Weder Amal noch ihre Familie ahnen jedoch, wie eng ihr Schicksal und das von Israel und Palästina wirklich zusammenhängen ...