... and used to designate a “population of eating practices” (Wenzer 2010) in order to make it analytically manageable. Here, the alimentary events are themselves the result of something prior to them: the practices that order the events. Eating...
...Does food have an aesthetic? Or, is food an aesthetic object? For sure, it has visual features and the word “taste”—arguably the most prominent feature of food—not only designates the human ability to perceive the qualities of food but also...
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