Summary: Food is the second release in the V Series. Food opens with a recipe for steamed Maryland blue crabs. This single recipe connects the author to a lifetime of memories, binds her to a locale, and represents a narrative of family ties and traditions. Yet it is merely a gesture toward the singularly important place that food holds in our lives. Far more than providing sustenance, food defines us. It connects us with people and places. It sets us in relation to others. I ...show moret calls up important questions of sustainability and production, of ethics and responsibility. For all these reasons, food gives us a rich variety of opportunities for writing and research, and this text is designed so that students will read, think, and compose with all of these considerations and questions in mind. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 10
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