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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... 2022 The Long Supper
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    y separately published work icon Griffith Review A Matter of Taste no. 78 2022 25378542 2022 periodical issue 'WHEN I TELL people that I wrote my PhD thesis on cookbooks, they usually react in one of two ways: excited or mystified. I’m not about to launch into one of those meaningless ‘there are two types of people in the world’ aphorisms – honestly, after four years of examining cookbooks through an academic lens, even I was experiencing diminished excitement returns. But one doctorate and a decade later, I’m also still pleasantly mystified by our obsession with food – our need to talk about it, remember it, photograph it and analyse it, to eat our feelings and compare our lives to buffets and boxes of chocolates.' (Carody Culver, Introduction, Tastemakers : The Many Flavours of Food Writing, introduction) 2022 pg. 68-74
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