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Secrets from the Greek Kitchen

Cooking, Skill, and Everyday Life on an Aegean Island

David E. Sutton

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Secrets from the Greek Kitchen explores how cooking skills, practices, and knowledge on the island of Kalymnos are reinforced or transformed by contemporary events. Based on more than twenty years of research and the author’s videos of everyday cooking techniques, this rich ethnography treats the kitchen as an environment in which people pursue tasks, display expertise, and confront culturally defined risks.

Kalymnian islanders, both women and men, use food as a way of evoking personal and collective memory, creating an elaborate discourse on ingredients, tastes, and recipes. Author David E. Sutton focuses on micropractices in the kitchen, such as the cutting of onions, the use of a can opener, and the rolling of phyllo dough, along with cultural changes, such as the rise of televised cooking shows, to reveal new perspectives on the anthropology of everyday living.

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contemporary greece, anthropology, greek cooking, kitchen, island of kalymnos, can opener, food, california studies in food and culture book, greek, cooking skills, cooking practices, cutting onions, micropractices, phyllo dough, small town settings, everyday cooking, cooking, cooking expertise, greek studies, cultural studies, cultural changes, food prep, televised cooking shows, tastes, recipes, kitchen setting, food knowledge, ethnographic research, greece, contemporary events, cuisine, ingredients, greek kitchen