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Blog // Thoughts
March 13, 2005

Do we really want authentic food?

Whilst cleaning up my bookmarks this evening, I stumbled across an article entitled Become Spoiled Moroccan Royalty for an Evening: The Allure of Ethnic Eateries. Diamond’s argument really helped me solidify some of my ideas on the meeting of cultures in consumer society; so much so that I have cited this work many times in […]

Whilst cleaning up my bookmarks this evening, I stumbled across an article entitled Become Spoiled Moroccan Royalty for an Evening: The Allure of Ethnic Eateries. Diamond’s argument really helped me solidify some of my ideas on the meeting of cultures in consumer society; so much so that I have cited this work many times in papers and discussions. In fact, it even came today over lunch, whilst discussing Indian attempts at western cusine and ethinic-food tourism in Australia (including the know ubiquitous “zarlzar,” or as it is known to people in the rest of the world, “salsa”)

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