Sep 27, 2017 term paper 2

FOR PHYLLIS YOUNG – FOOD MEMORY – 5 PAGES

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For Phyllis Young – food memory – 5 pages  Are you interested in doing this assignment?  All the questions/statements are in bold… my answers so far are highlighted. (I chose my moim’s horrible meatloaf growing up)

 

It is 5 pages double spaced — times new roman 12 pt.

 

Please type your answers AFTER each bolded question/statement.

 

new work – no plagarism

 

Reference sheet to be included – from credible sources found on the internet

Write a description of a food memory, preferably from your childhood. This could be a memory of tasting or liking/disliking a particular food, or it could be a memory focused on a dish from a particular eating event, collective or individual. Pay attention to as many senses as you can invoke to evoke this memory. If you recalled a dish at a specific event, talk to others who were also present and see how they remember the dish and the event; analyze the similarities and discrepancies between your recollections.  You can also include a brief recipe.

Do a bit of research to place your memory in wider context, incorporating related sources when applicable.  Discuss the cultural, symbolic, social, structural, or other meanings of this dish. Specify the social group for whom it has meaning, for what kinds of occasions and settings is this dish prepared, who is involved in the preparation, serving, and consumption of this dish, background, etc.

Is this a food that unique to your culture? What are its traditional names? (And do these names have any special significance and/or meaning?) What ingredients go into making these foods? How and when are they eaten? Are there unspoken family “rules” about food consumption (e.g., what’s okay, and not okay, to eat; how and where should one eat, etc.)


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