Desire, Ritual, and Cuisine
The article focuses on the beauty, playfulness, and satisfaction of foods and its accompanying rituals. History would suggest that there is a reality and pervasive dangers related to food and the lust for it which can cause obesity, chronic dieting, and eating disorder that become a public health concern. Due to this danger, the author is hoping that everyone should enhance his understanding of the complicated and multifaceted role of food and eating in his lives.
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Cargill, Kima, "Desire, Ritual, and Cuisine" (2007). SIAS Faculty Publications. 74.
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