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kate spade new york: all in good taste

kate spade new york: all in good taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1613128134
Author: kate spade new york
Publisher: Abrams
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kate spade new york: all in good taste by kate spade new york Book Resume:

New York Times Bestseller in this charming guide to entertaining, kate spade new york throws rigid rules out the door and shares unpretentious ideas for the modern-day hostess that are easy, festive, authentic, and always with an air of deliberate polish. filled with how-tos, personal essays, anecdotes, recipes, and a liberal dash of style, all in good taste will transform you into the hostess everyone wants an invitation from. the book covers the essential lost arts—how to shuck an oyster, curate a vibrant guest list, guide a dinner-table discussion—right alongside modern conundrums such as Instagram etiquette at dinner. whether you entertain a little or a lot, or just love being the person everyone wants to sit next to at dinner, all in good taste is the modern classic you’ll treasure for years. Disclaimer: The wine stain on the cover of the book is a design element and is intentional.

Plants Taste Better

Plants Taste Better [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1911127810
Author: Richard Buckley
Publisher: Jacqui Small
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Plants Taste Better by Richard Buckley Book Resume:

You will truly push the envelope on what you can accomplish in the kitchen with Plants Taste Better. This plant-based recipe book puts vegetables on center-stage, and gives you a deeper understanding of the techniques which make them shine. Cooking plants is an art form completely different from cooking meat or fish. It requires not only a solid grounding in traditional cooking techniques, but also a deeper understanding of new techniques specific to working with plants. Current vegan cookbooks rarely address finer cuisine the way traditional cookbooks present preparing meats. Plants Taste Better presents you with stunning recipes that take vegetable cooking to a new level and highlights specific techniques in each recipe to enhance your skills in the kitchen.

A Taste of Heritage

A Taste of Heritage [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0803258992
Author: Alma Hogan Snell
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
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A Taste of Heritage by Alma Hogan Snell Book Resume:

A collection of Crow recipes, age-old plant medicines and healing remedies. This work imparts the lore of ages along with the traditional Crow philosophy of healing and detailed practical advice for finding and harvesting plants.

The Sociology Of Taste

The Sociology Of Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1134786557
Author: Jukka Gronow
Publisher: Routledge
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The Sociology Of Taste by Jukka Gronow Book Resume:

The modern society of consumption is a society of fashion. Fashion has extended its influence over various fields of social life and, together with taste, become central to our understanding of the inner dynamics of any modern society. The Sociology of Taste looks at the role of taste - or the aesthetic reflection - in society at large and in modern society in particular. Taking case studies from social life, for example eating and food culture, it illustrates the role of fashion in the formation of collective taste.

The Century of Taste

The Century of Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9780195357134
Author: George Dickie
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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The Century of Taste by George Dickie Book Resume:

The Century of Taste offers an exposition and critical account of the central figures in the early development of the modern philosophy of art. Dickie traces the modern theory of taste from its first formulation by Francis Hutcheson, to blind alleys followed by Alexander Gerard and Archibald Allison, its refinement and complete expression by Hume, and finally to its decline in the hands of Kant. In a clear and straightforward style, Dickie offers sympathetic discussions of the theoretical aims of these philosophers, but does not shy from controversy--pointing out, for instance, the obscurities and inconsistencies in Kant's aesthetic writings, and arguing that they have been overrated.

The Physiology of Taste

The Physiology of Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0307593835
Author: Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
Publisher: Vintage
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The Physiology of Taste by Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin Book Resume:

A culinary classic on the joys of the table—written by the gourmand who so famously stated, “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are”—in a handsome new edition of M. F. K. Fisher’s distinguished translation and with a new introduction by Bill Buford. First published in France in 1825 and continuously in print ever since, The Physiology of Taste is a historical, philosophical, and ultimately Epicurean collection of recipes, reflections, and anecdotes on everything and anything gastronomical. Brillat-Savarin, who spent his days eating through the famed food capital of Dijon, lent a shrewd, exuberant, and comically witty voice to culinary matters that still resonate today: the rise of the destination restaurant, diet and weight, digestion, and taste and sensibility.

Culinary Taste

Culinary Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1136412638
Author: Donald Sloan,Prue Leith
Publisher: Routledge
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Culinary Taste by Donald Sloan,Prue Leith Book Resume:

Culinary Taste: Consumer Behaviour in the International Restaurant Sector looks at the factors that influence our culinary tastes and dining behaviour, illustrating how they can translate into successful business in industry. With a foreword from Prue Leith, restaurateur, author, teacher, and prolific cookery writer and novelist, and a list of well-known and respected international contributors from the UK, France, Australia and Hong Kong, this text discusses the issues involved from a multitude of angles.


TASTE [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1911534335
Author: Andrea Pavoni,Danilo Mandic,Caterina Nirta,Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos
Publisher: University of Westminster Press
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TASTE by Andrea Pavoni,Danilo Mandic,Caterina Nirta,Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos Book Resume:

Taste usually occupies the bottom of the sensorial hierarchy, as the quintessentially hedonistic sense, too close to the animal, the elemental and the corporeal, and for this reason disciplined and moralised. At the same time, taste is indissolubly tied to knowledge. To taste is to discriminate, emit judgement, enter an unstable domain of synaesthetic normativity where the certainty of metaphysical categories begins to crumble. This second title in the ‘Law and the Senses’ series explores law using taste as a conceptual and ontological category able to unsettle legal certainties, and a promising tool whereby to investigate the materiality of law’s relation to the world. For what else is law’s reduction of the world into legal categories, if not law’s ingesting the world by tasting it, and emitting moral and legal judgements accordingly? Through various topics including coffee, wine, craft cider and Japanese knotweed, this volume explores the normativities that shape the way taste is felt and categorised, within and beyond subjective, phenomenological and human dimensions. The result is an original interdisciplinary volume – complete with seven speculative ‘recipes’ – dedicated to a rarely explored intersection, with contributions from artists, legal academics, philosophers, anthropologists and sociologists.

The Invention of Taste

The Invention of Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1474273610
Author: Luca Vercelloni
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
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The Invention of Taste by Luca Vercelloni Book Resume:

The Invention of Taste provides a detailed overview of the development of taste, from ancient times to the present. At the heart of the book is an intriguing question: why did the sensory attribute of human taste become a social metaphor and aesthetic value for judging cultural qualities of art, fashion, cuisine and other social constructions? Unique amongst the senses, taste is at once a biologically derived sense, private, personal and individual, yet also a sensibility which can be acquired, shared, and communicated. Exploring the many factors that defined the evolution of taste – from medieval morals and medicine to social and cultural philosophy, the rise of aesthetics, birth of fashion, branding trends, and luxury worship in the age of mass consumption – Luca Vercelloni's ambitious text provides readers with an outstanding introduction to the subject, making it the cultural history of taste. Now available for the first time in English, Taste features a new final chapter and a preface by series editor David Howes. Rich in detail and examples, this interdisciplinary work is an important read for students and researchers in sensory studies, philosophy, sociology and cultural studies, as well as gastronomy, fashion, design, and branding.


Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9780300133059
Author: Denise Gigante
Publisher: Yale University Press
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Taste by Denise Gigante Book Resume:

div What does eating have to do with aesthetic taste? While most accounts of aesthetic history avoid the gustatory aspects of taste, this book rewrites standard history to uncover the constitutive and dramatic tension between appetite and aesthetics at the heart of British literary tradition. From Milton through the Romantics, the metaphor of taste serves to mediate aesthetic judgment and consumerism, gusto and snobbery, gastronomes and gluttons, vampires and vegetarians, as well as the philosophy and physiology of food. The author advances a theory of taste based on Milton’s model of the human as consumer (and digester) of food, words, and other commodities—a consumer whose tasteful, subliminal self remains haunted by its own corporeality. Radically rereading Wordsworth’s feeding mind, Lamb’s gastronomical essays, Byron’s cannibals and other deviant diners, and Kantian nausea, Taste resituates Romanticism as a period that naturally saw the rise of the restaurant and the pleasures of the table as a cultural field for the practice of aesthetics. /DIV

Genetic Variation in Taste Sensitivity

Genetic Variation in Taste Sensitivity [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9780203023433
Author: John Prescott,Beverly J. Tepper
Publisher: CRC Press
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Genetic Variation in Taste Sensitivity by John Prescott,Beverly J. Tepper Book Resume:

Featuring results presented at the Sensitivity to PROP (6-n-propylthiouracil) symposium held as a satellite to the European Chemosensory Research Organisation conference in Erlangen, Germany, this volume's field-shaping selections review all sides of PROP sensitivity measurement-from its descriptive worth with regard to sensory experiences, individual taste perceptions, and food choices to its predictive power in the nutrition and public health arenas. Written by recognized names from industry and academia, Genetic Variation in Taste Sensitivity is ideal for taste, olfaction, and flavor chemists and scientists; sensory evaluation chemists and scientists; and nutritionists.


Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781596919693
Author: Kate Colquhoun
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
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Taste by Kate Colquhoun Book Resume:

Written with a storyteller's flair and packed with astonishing facts, Taste is a sumptuous social history of Britain told through the development of its cooking. It encompasses royal feasts and street food, the skinning of eels and the making of strawberry jelly, mixing tales of culinary stars with those of the invisible hordes cooking in kitchens across the land. Beginning before Roman times, the book journeys through the ingredients, equipment, kitchens, feasts, fads, and famines of the British. It covers the piquancy of Norman cuisine, the influx of undreamed-of spices and new foods from the East and the New World, the Tudor pumpkin pie that journeyed with the founding fathers to become America's national dish, the austerity of rationing during World War II, and the birth of convenience foods and take-away, right up to the age of Nigella Lawson, Heston Blumenthal, and Jamie Oliver. The first trade book to tell the story of British cooking-which is, of course, the history that led up to American colonial cooking as well-Taste shows that kitchens are not only places of steam, oil, and sweat, but of politics, invention, cultural exchange, commerce, conflict, and play.

Taste, Memory

Taste, Memory [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1603584404
Author: David Buchanan (horticulturist.)
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
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Taste, Memory by David Buchanan (horticulturist.) Book Resume:

Taste, Memory traces the experiences of a modern-day explorer, one who doesn't discover new lands and new cultures, but who rediscovers our common food heritage and then works to bring it back to our gardens and tables for all to appreciate and enjoy. From a cantankerous old pear tree to a strawberry that's too delicate to ship to distant markets, David Buchanan has grown out and evaluated thousands of varieties of fruits, grains, herbs, flowers, and vegetables, capturing not only their flavors, but their fascinating stories and their place in the local harvest. What we grow is just as important as where we grow it, and a resilient food system depends on the ongoing search for regionally adapted varieties. Local food at its best differs in both kind and quality from commodity crops that are shipped around the globe. If everyone were to grow the same apples or tomatoes, for example, then we would miss out on the full palate of tastes available to us, as well as the sense that local food can reflect a particular people, place, and culture. Profiling his own efforts as a young garden-farmer who is still finding his own place in the world (using leased gardens and orchard space), Buchanan also writes about some of the most important people who are working to defend and promote biodiversity and meaning in our food system. From gardeners and cooks to environmentalists and food activists - all of these people are preserving the best of our traditional foods and ensuring that they will be around for future generations to enjoy. Taste, Memory takes readers on a beautifully written personal journey into what food diversity really means, and why it matters now more than ever.

Good Taste, Bad Taste, and Christian Taste

Good Taste, Bad Taste, and Christian Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9780195343960
Author: Frank Burch Brown
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Good Taste, Bad Taste, and Christian Taste by Frank Burch Brown Book Resume:

Christians frequently come into conflict with themselves and others over such matters as music, popular culture, and worship style. Yet they usually lack any theology of art or taste adequate to deal with aesthetic disputes. In this provocative book, Frank Burch Brown offers a constructive, "ecumenical" approach to artistic taste and aesthetic judgment--a non-elitist but discriminating theological aesthetics that has "teeth but no fangs." While grounded in history and theory, this book takes up such practical questions as: How can one religious community accommodate a variety of artistic tastes? What good or harm can be done by importing music that is worldly in origin into a house of worship? How can the exercise of taste in the making of art be a viable (and sometimes advanced) spiritual discipline? In exploring the complex relation between taste, religious imagination, and faith, Brown offers a new perspective on what it means to be spiritual, religious, and indeed Christian.

A Taste of the Nightlife

A Taste of the Nightlife [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1101516313
Author: Sarah Zettel
Publisher: Penguin
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A Taste of the Nightlife by Sarah Zettel Book Resume:

Charlotte Caine isn't called "the Vampire Chef" because she's a member of New York's undead community-she just cooks for them. Her restaurant, Nightlife, is poised to take the top slot in the world of "haute noir" cuisine. But when a drunk customer causes a scene, a glowing review from the city's top food critic doesn't seem likely-especially when that customer winds up dead on Nightlife's doorstep. Now, with her brother under suspicion for the murder, Charlotte has to re-open her restaurant and clear her brother's name-before they both become dinner.

Taste Top 100 SUMMER FRESH

Taste Top 100 SUMMER FRESH [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1460712544
Author: taste.com.au
Publisher: HarperCollins
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Taste Top 100 SUMMER FRESH by taste.com.au Book Resume:

The best of the best recipes from Australia's No 1 food site. FESTIVE FARE, EASY DINNERS, EPIC SALADS, DESSERTS AND MORE From Australia's #1 food site, taste.com.au, comes your essential best of the best cookbook collection. Masterfully curated by taste's food experts, each cookbook features Australia's most-loved and most-cooked recipes for every day and every occasion. The stunning photography brings the food to life with every turn of the page... you can almost taste it. Summer Fresh Your tastiest-ever summer and festive season starts here. With 100 ingenious recipes, this stunning collection has you covered, from easy dinners to brilliant brunches, from super salads to heavenly desserts. You'll also discover new ideas for fabulous food to share, including wow festive recipes that are guaranteed to impress every guest. Plus, take a month-by-month tour of summer's delicious bounty. Full seasonal guides bring you the best of the season's fresh produce, along with simple and inspiring ways to enjoy it, store it and use it up. What's inside Full prep and cooking times Complete nutritional information panels At-a-glance icons: * Vegetarian * Vegan * Low calorie * Gluten-free * Make ahead * Freezable 5-star recipe ratings Reviews from home cooks Season's best ultra-fast recipe ideas The taste.com.au guarantee Cooking is a breeze with taste.com.au. Recipes are not only triple-tested, they are also rated, reviewed and trusted by millions of Aussie cooks just like you. Plus they're great value - every ingredient is as close as your local supermarket.


Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0907325394
Author: Tom Jaine
Publisher: Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery
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Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1451654723
Author: Barb Stuckey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Taste by Barb Stuckey Book Resume:

Whether it’s a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup, maple-cured bacon sizzling hot from the pan, or a salted caramel coated in dark chocolate, you know when food tastes good to you. But you may not know the amazing story behind why you love some foods and can’t tolerate others. Now, in Taste What You’re Missing, the first book that demystifies the science of taste, you’ll learn how your individual biology, genetics, and brain create a personal experience of everything you taste—and how you can make the most of it. A seasoned food developer to whom food companies turn for help in creating delicious new products, Barb Stuckey reveals that much of what we think we know about how taste works is wrong. And the truth is much more fascinating—for instance, your tongue is not divided into quadrants for sweet, sour, salt, and bitter and only a fraction of what you taste happens in your mouth. As Stuckey explains how our five senses work together to form “flavor perceptions,” she tells intriguing stories about people who have lost the sense of smell or taste and the unexpected ways their experience of food changes as a result. You’ll learn why kids (and some adults) turn up their noses at Brussels sprouts and broccoli, how salt makes grapefruit sweet, and why you drink your coffee black while your spouse loads it with cream and sugar. Stuckey also provides eye-opening experiments in which you can discover your unique “taster type” and learn why you react instinctively to certain foods, in particular why your response to bitterness is unique. You’ll find ways to improve your ability to discern flavors, detect ingredients, and devise taste combinations in your own kitchen for delectable results. Taste What You’re Missing gives curious eaters, Food Network watchers, kitchen tinkerers, and armchair Top Chefs the understanding and language to impress friends and families with insider knowledge about everything edible. What Harold McGee did for the science of cooking Barb Stuckey does for the science of taste in Taste What You’re Missing, a calorie-free way to get more pleasure from every bite.

Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders

Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1935281526
Author: Marjorie Calvert,Dr. Ronald DeVere, MD
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
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Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders by Marjorie Calvert,Dr. Ronald DeVere, MD Book Resume:

Demos Health and the American Academy of Neurology Present a New Book for Patients with Smell and Taste Disorders Over 200,000 people visit doctors each year for smell and taste problems. Since our ability to smell and taste decreases with age, up to 14 million Americans aged 55 and older may live with these disorders, undiagnosed. Smell and taste disorders affect a person's ability to enjoy food and drink and may result in decreased appetite, weight loss, and too much added sugar and salt in the diet. In severe cases they may lead to depression. Smell and taste problems can also interfere with personal safety, limiting the ability to notice smoke and potentially harmful chemicals and gases. Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders is a unique collaboration between a doctor and a food consultant that both addresses the subject of smell and taste loss and provides food preparation tips and a special recipe section that will appeal to other senses and make food attractive again. This is a must-have reference book for all those living with smell and taste disorders. The book covers the whole disorder including How smell and taste work Causes of smell and taste problems Treatments What you can expect when you visit a specialist Recipes that will appeal to other senses and make food attractive again First-person accounts of coping with this disorder Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders is the inaugural book in the series Neurology Now Books from the American Academy of Neurology. Inspired by Neurology Now, the AAN's leading neurologic patient information magazine, Neurology Now Books are written from a multidisciplinary approach, combining the expertise of a neurologist with other related experts and patients and caregivers. Each volume will provide the reader with the most up-to-date information, answers to questions and concerns, and first-person accounts of others who are living with a neurologic disorder.

Insect Taste

Insect Taste [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1135239002
Author: Philip Newland,Matthew Cobb,Frederic Marion-Poll
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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Insect Taste by Philip Newland,Matthew Cobb,Frederic Marion-Poll Book Resume:

Insect Taste offers an accessible overview to some of the many advances in insect taste research. The book covers how insects solve the basic problem of taste gustatory processing, from detection and transduction, through coding to the generation of behavior and the evolutionary biology underpinning gustaory learning.