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Alternative title: The Kookbook
Issue Details: First known date: 2006... vol. 28 no. 2 2006 of Kunapipi est. 1979 Kunapipi
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Notes

  • Contents indexed selectively.
  • Includes recipes.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Border Loveri"right after my long flight,", Merlinda Bobis , single work poetry (p. 10)
Food, Precious Food : Migrating the Palate., Merlinda Bobis , single work criticism (p. 10-17)
Note: Bibliograpy : p. 18.
'Run Dun' / 'Ren Dang' : Food-Talk with Pramukai"My palms are re hot", Bev Braune , single work poetry (p. 19)
Armouries of Love, Michelle Hamadache , single work autobiography (p. 34-42)
The Factoryi"I remember him in his study, a photograph", Marcelle Freiman , single work poetry (p. 54-55)
In Our Housei"She sang while she swayed", Marcelle Freiman , single work poetry (p. 56)
Baked Pumpkin, Marcelle Freiman , single work autobiography (p. 57-58)
Apricot Jam (from a work-in-progress), Kate Llewellyn , extract autobiography (p. 59-62)
Going Back, Marion Halligan , single work short story (p. 128-136)
Dwell, Merlinda Bobis , single work prose (p. 158-160)
Note: Illustrated by Ana Marginson.
'A Language We All Speak' : Food in Marion Halligan's Writing, Dorothy Jones , single work criticism

'Marion Halligan describes her memoir, A Taste of Memory, as a set of stories of her life in food, travel and especially gardens, those 'nourishing spaces'; but it also commemorates her husband, Graham, and their thirty-five year marriage. Food and gardens often appear as related themes in Halligan's fiction, where gardens symbolise suburban domestic space and food may be used to express both desire and social connection. This essay explores how, in A Taste of Memory and the two novels immediately preceding it, The Fog Garden and The Point, food and gardens are linked to themes of bereavement and loss.' - Kunapipi (p. 183).

(p. 162-171)
No Feeling for Food (from a work-in-progress), Zeny Giles , extract novel (p. 173-178)

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