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The best place to start when looking for the history and social significance of a food is Catalyst. You'll want to search for BOOKS with your food (usually pluralized) as a SUBJECT.
Try these specific Subject headings:
Another great way to see what's available is to browse the library in a few key areas:
Keep track of names, vocabulary, concepts, and alternate spellings so that you can experiment with your search terms effectively! If you'd like to have a template to work from to remind you what you're looking for, feel free to make a copy of this document for yourself: http://bit.ly/InstrumentalReading
Are you interested in instances of food that show up in film, literature, law, policy, etc? Explore the Subject Research Guide for the discipline that makes the most sense for your question.
Carleton has quite a few cookbooks, some of them covering international food. You can find them in two places:
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