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This is a different kind of food tour . . .We live in an age of gastronomic soul-searching. Why is childhood obesity on the rise, especially among the poor? Is the traditional family dinner really dying out - and if so, does it matter?
Jamie Oliver and Bill Granger have marched confidently into the family kitchen, but have Aussie blokes followed? What do the contents of our shopping trolleys tell us about the fair go in Australia today?
In Eating Between the Lines, Rebecca Huntley embarks on an inquisitive tour of the nation's food courts, supermarkets and suburban kitchens - and uncovers some startling trends. Join her on a thought-provoking trip through the deep-fried, sun-dried, cold-pressed world of Australian eating.
About the Author
Rebecca Huntley is a writer and social researcher. She is the director of the Ipsos Mackay Report, Australia's longest-running social trends report. The author of The World According to Y: Inside the New Adult Generation, she also writes regularly for Australian Vogue.
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|Introduction: Welcome to Australia||p.1|
|Cheap as Chips||p.11|
|Sex in the Kitchen||p.59|
|Table for One||p.81|
|Bush Tucker No More||p.97|
|Lebs Make the Best Lamb||p.117|
|Where Has All The Lettuce Gone?||p.134|
|Basic Meals for the Ultra Rich||p.152|
|Conclusion: Republic of Food||p.170|
Published: 5th August 2008
Dimensions (cm): 19.800 x 12.800 x 1.600