Street Food around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture

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ABC-CLIO, Sep 9, 2013 - 504 páginas
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Street foods run deep throughout human history and show the movements of peoples and their foods across the globe. For example, mandoo, manti, momo, and bāozi: all of these types of dumplings originated in Central Asia and spread across the Old World beginning in the 12th century. This encyclopedia surveys common street foods in about 100 countries and regions of the world, clearly depicting how "fast foods of the common people" fit into a country or a region's environments, cultural history, and economy. The entries provide engaging information about specific foods as well as coverage of vendor and food stall culture and issues. An appendix of recipes allows for hands-on learning and provides opportunities for readers to taste international street foods at home.

 

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AZ Entries
1
Recipes
401
Selected Bibliography
473
About the Editors and Contributors
475
Index
481
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Bruce Kraig, PhD, is emeritus professor of history at Roosevelt University.

Colleen Taylor Sen, PhD, is a food historian and writer specializing in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent.

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