This companion to The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook combines scholarship with a unique approach to the study of the world's foods, musics, and cultures. Covering over four dozen regions, the entries in these collection each include a regional food-related proverb, a recipe for a complete meal, a list of companion readings and listening pieces, and a short essay that highlights the significant links between music and food in the area. The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook, Volume 2 will appeal to ethnomusicologists, anthropologists, and sociologists, but should also find a welcome place on the bookshelf of anyone who enjoys eating and learning about foods from around the world.
Table of Contents
I. Prelude Preface – The Joy of Improvisation, by Sean Williams How to Use This Book II. Africa Senegal, by Patricia Tang Zimbabwe, by Claire Jones Seychelles, by Marie-Christine Parent Mauritius and Réunion, by Basil Considine III. Asia and the Pacific Hong Kong, by Colin McGuire Gujarat, by Niyati Dhokai Northeast Thailand, by Supeena Insee Adler Vietnam, by Lonán Ó Briain West Sumatra, by Jennifer Fraser Bali, by Sarah Willner Papua New Guinea, by Gabriel Solis IV. The Middle East Eastern Turkey, by Songül Karahasanoğlu Thracian Roma, Western Turkey, by Sonia Tamar Seeman Armenia, by Jonathan McCollum Uzbekistan, by Tanya Merchant V. The Americas Western Prairies, Canada, by Sarah Quick Trinidad, by Andrew Martin Trinidad, by Gage Averill and Giovanna Perot-Averill Dominican Republic, by Sydney Hutchinson Mexico, by Helena Simonett Ecuador, by Jessie Vallejo Colombia, by Edmundo Murray Brazil, by Colin Harte VI. Europe Limousin, France, by Marc Benamou , Françoise Étay, and Anne Lavaud Galicia, Spain, by Lucy Long Portugal, by Katherine Brucher Republic of Georgia, by Jeremy Foutz Republic of Georgia, by Andrea Kuznich Skopelos Island, Greece, by Yona Stamatis Kalymnos Island, Greece, by Panayotis (Paddy) League Cyprus, by Michalis Poupazis Ukraine, by Maria Soneyvetsky VII. Encore Nusstorte (Nutcake), by Bruno Nettl About the Contributors How To Make These Meals Suit You
Sean Williams teaches ethnomusicology at The Evergreen State College in Washington State. Her publications include The Sound of the Ancestral Ship: Highland Music from West Java (2001), Focus: Irish Traditional Music (2010), and the award-winning Bright Star of the West: Joe Heaney, Irish Song-Man (2011).
With Volume II of the Ethnomusicologists’ Cookbook, Sean Williams and colleagues have created an astonishing global cookbook. It’s more than a cookbook. The contributing scholars’ deep roots in 26 cultures/countries whose sounds and tastes they love are evident in descriptions of cooking processes, stories of the ways music and food come together in daily life and, of course, suggested music for your dining pleasure. Yum! - Dr. Beverley Diamond, President, Society for Ethnomusicology
Once again, my two favorite things--food and music--have come together in an abundance of delicious recipes and listening opportunities. This second volume of The Ethnomusicologist's Cookbook, like the rewarding second movement of a great musical work, spins the various ingredients into a hearty and soul-satisfying mix. - Ellen Koskoff, Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of Rochester