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Die Welt im Löffel (The World in a Spoon)

Cooking – Art – Culture
We are omnivores. Strictly speaking, however, we are more than selective: the food that we eat is not eaten with just anyone, at any location, at any time or under all circumstances. Aesthetics, morals, religion, sexuality, politics – the entire sociocultural fabric of a society – is revealed in cooking and eating.
“Die Welt im Löffel” (The World in a Spoon) brings together culinary positions from ethnologists, artists, philosophers, scientists and cooks. Essays, recipes, ethnographic objects and images from the Weltkulturen Museum’s collection provide a multifaceted insight into kitchens in Germany and abroad.
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"Die Welt im Löffel (The World in a Spoon)"

ISBN 978-3-86678-775-9

16,50 x 23,00 cm

240 Pages

40 colored and 16 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound

Languages: German

Editor
Sebastian Schellhaas, Weltkulturen Museum Frankfurt a. Main
Text by
Felix Bröcker, Clémentine Deliss, Dieter Froelich, Vanessa von Gliszczynski, Ahmed Kabadi, Christoph Keller, Siriphan Klein, Peter Kubelka, Harald Lemke, Judith Akinyi Osumba, Eva Ch. Raabe, Sebastian Schellhaas, Mario Schmidt, Chaterina Sumera, Marin Trenk, Thomas A. Vilgis, Hans Zimmermann
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Events
Exhibition: Frankfurt / Main, „The World in a Spoon“, 5.10.2011 – 23.6.2012, Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt / Main