Watching What We Eat

The Evolution of Television Cooking Shows

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Watching What We Eat
Continuum Intl Pub Group
"Watching What We Eat: The Evolution of Television Cooking Shows" illuminates how cooking shows have both reflected and shaped significant changes in American culture and will explore why it is that just about everybody still finds them irresistible.

More than just a how-to or an amusement, cooking shows are also a unique social barometer.>

McMillan Palgrave
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Publisher: New York : Continuum, 2009
ISBN: 0826429300
Branch Call Number: 791.4565 C
Characteristics: viii, 278 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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What do TV cooking shows teach us? In her illustrated talk, "TV Takeaway," on January 9, Kathleen Collins explores the history of the genre starting in the 1940s including the parade of hosts and the lessons they brought to viewers - both explicit in their actions and recipes and implic... Read More »

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