About The Book
A collection of essays from food writers around the globe sharing their culinary journeys and examining how food forms part of their culture and identity.
Celebrated chef and activist, Zoe Adjonyoh has curated an extraordinary collection of voices from the food industry: chefs, journalists, recipe developers, community organisers, podcast producers, activists, educators and historians.
Yoshivel Elise Chrinos explores the treatment of food in Latinx cinema, while Apoorva Sripathi writes about inheritance in food and identity. Lee Tran Lam discovers Sydney's vibrant vegan food scene, and Lenore Adkins exposes cultural appropriation in food.
We also have Abigail Koffler's story of Hamantaschen, Tiffani Rozier investigating the parallels between food and grief, and Cynthia Greenlee's incredible ode to the humble hot dog. They join Samah Dada, Chris Nigro, Izzie Ramirez, Fatima Tarkleman, Hassel Aviles, Duron Chavis, Vanessa Parish, Mavis-Jay Sanders, Scott Alves Barton, Selasie Dotse and Tambra Raye Stevenson in this book, which features a foreword from best-selling and award-winning author, Yasmin Khan.
An anthology to inspire and provoke, Serving Up: Essay on Food, Culture and Identity brings together twenty global writers together into a rousing call on how and why we should decolonise our diets, starting from today.
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