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Who cooks dinner in American homes? It's no surprise that Mom remains the overwhelming answer. Cooking and all it entails, from grocery shopping to chopping vegetables to clearing the table, is to this day primarily a woman's responsibility. How this relationship between women and food developed through the twentieth century and why it has endured are the questions Sherrie Inness seeks to answer in Dinner Roles: American Women and Culinary Culture.By exploring a wide range of popular media from the first half of the twentieth century, including cookbooks, women's magazines, and advertisements, Dinner Roles sheds light on the network of sources that helped perpetuate the notion that cooking is women's work. Cookbooks and advertisements provided valuable information about the ideals that American society upheld. A woman who could prepare the perfect Jell-O mold, whip up a cake with her new electric mixer, and still maintain a spotless kitchen and a sunny disposition was the envy of other housewives across the nation.Inness begins her exploration not with women but with men -- those individuals often missing from the kitchen who were taught their own set of culinary values. She continues with the study of juvenile cookbooks, which provided children with their first cooking lessons. Chapters on the rise of electronic appliances, ethnic foods, and the 1950s housewife all add to our greater understanding of women's evolving roles in American culinary culture. Sherrie A. Inness, Books, Food and Drink, Food Writing, Dinner Roles: American Women and Culinary Culture Books>Food and Drink>Food Writing, University of Iowa Press

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[EAN: 9780877457633], Neubuch, [PU: University of Iowa Press, United States], Social Science|Gender Studies, Social Science|Women's Studies, Cooking|History, Brand New Book. Who cooks dinner in American homes? It s no surprise that Mom remains the overwhelming answer. Cooking and all it entails, from grocery shopping to chopping vegetables to clearing the table, is to this day primarily a woman s responsibility. How this relationship between women and food developed through the twentieth century and why it has endured are the questions Sherrie Inness seeks to answer in Dinner Roles: American Women and Culinary Culture.By exploring a wide range of popular media from the first half of the twentieth century, including cookbooks, women s magazines, and advertisements, Dinner Roles sheds light on the network of sources that helped perpetuate the notion that cooking is women s work. Cookbooks and advertisements provided valuable information about the ideals that American society upheld. A woman who could prepare the perfect Jell-O mold, whip up a cake with her new electric mixer, and still maintain a spotless kitchen and a sunny disposition was the envy of other housewives across the nation.Inness begins her exploration not with women but with men -- those individuals often missing from the kitchen who were taught their own set of culinary values. She continues with the study of juvenile cookbooks, which provided children with their first cooking lessons. Chapters on the rise of electronic appliances, ethnic foods, and the 1950s housewife all add to our greater understanding of women s evolving roles in American culinary culture.

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[EAN: 9780877457633], Neubuch, [PU: University of Iowa Press, United States], Social Science|Gender Studies, Social Science|Women's Studies, Cooking|History, Brand New Book. Who cooks dinner in American homes? It s no surprise that Mom remains the overwhelming answer. Cooking and all it entails, from grocery shopping to chopping vegetables to clearing the table, is to this day primarily a woman s responsibility. How this relationship between women and food developed through the twentieth century and why it has endured are the questions Sherrie Inness seeks to answer in Dinner Roles: American Women and Culinary Culture.By exploring a wide range of popular media from the first half of the twentieth century, including cookbooks, women s magazines, and advertisements, Dinner Roles sheds light on the network of sources that helped perpetuate the notion that cooking is women s work. Cookbooks and advertisements provided valuable information about the ideals that American society upheld. A woman who could prepare the perfect Jell-O mold, whip up a cake with her new electric mixer, and still maintain a spotless kitchen and a sunny disposition was the envy of other housewives across the nation.Inness begins her exploration not with women but with men -- those individuals often missing from the kitchen who were taught their own set of culinary values. She continues with the study of juvenile cookbooks, which provided children with their first cooking lessons. Chapters on the rise of electronic appliances, ethnic foods, and the 1950s housewife all add to our greater understanding of women s evolving roles in American culinary culture.

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Who cooks dinner in American homes? It's no surprise that "Mom" remains the overwhelming answer. Cooking and all it entails, from grocery shopping to chopping vegetables to clearing the table, is to this day primarily a woman's responsibility. How this relationship between women and food developed through the twentieth century and why it has endured are the questions Sherrie Inness seeks to answer in Dinner Roles: American Women and Culinary Culture.By exploring a wide range of popular media from the first half of the twentieth century, including cookbooks, women's magazines, and advertisements, Dinner Roles sheds light on the network of sources that helped perpetuate the notion that cooking is women's work. Cookbooks and advertisements provided valuable information about the ideals that American society upheld. A woman who could prepare the perfect Jell-O mold, whip up a cake with her new electric mixer, and still maintain a spotless kitchen and a sunny disposition was the envy of other housewives across the nation.Inness begins her exploration not with women but with men -- those individuals often missing from the kitchen who were taught their own set of culinary values. She continues with the study of juvenile cookbooks, which provided children with their first cooking lessons. Chapters on the rise of electronic appliances, ethnic foods, and the 1950s housewife all add to our greater understanding of women's evolving roles in American culinary culture.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780877457633
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0877457638
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: UNIV OF IOWA PR
238 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,322 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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