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Culinary linguistics [Texte imprimé] : the chef's special /

de Gerhardt, Cornelia. (edt.) ; Frobenius, Maximiliane. (edt.) ; Hucklenbroich-Ley, Susanne. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XVI-347 p.) : ill., couv. en coul. ; 25 cm.Collection: Culture and language use : studies in anthropological linguistics ; volume 10Édition: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2013.ISBN: 9789027202932 (rel); 9027202931 (rel); .Contenu: Aperitivo. Overview of the volume / Maximiliane Frobeniusxiii (p.XIII-XVI) – Antipasti. Food and language – language and food / Cornelia Gerhardt (p.3-49) -- Primi Piatti. Genres of food discourse. When making pie, all ingredients must be chilled. Including you: Lexical, syntactic and interactive features in online discourse – a synchronic study of food blogs / Stefan Diemer and Maximiliane Frobenius (p.53-81) -- Passionate about food: Jamie and Nigella and the performance of food-talk / Delia Chiaro (p.83-102) -- The addressee in the recipe: How Julia Child gets to join you in the kitchen / Kerstin Fischer (p.103-117) -- Food for thought – or, what’s (in) a recipe?: A diachronic analysis of cooking instructions / Jenny Arendholz, Wolfram Bublitz, Monika Kirner and Iris Zimmermann (p.119-137) -- Recipes and food discourse in English – a historical menu / Stefan Diemer (p.139-155) -- The way to intercultural learning is through the stomach – Genre-based writing in the EFL classroom / Claudia Bubel and Alice Spitz (p.157-187) -- Secondi piatti. Food and culture. How permeable is the formal-informal boundary at work?: An ethnographic account of the role of food in workplace discourse / Janet Holmes, Meredith Marra and Brian W. King (p.191-209) -- Comparing drinking toasts – Comparing contexts / Helga Kotthoff (p.211-240) -- The flavors of multi-ethnic North American literatures: Language, ethnicity and culinary nostalgia / Astrid M. Fellner (p.241-260) -- Men eat for muscle, women eat for weight loss: Discourses about food and gender in Men’s Health and Women’s Health magazines / Janet M. Fuller, Janelle Briggs and Laurel Dillon-Sumner (p.261-279) -- “Bon Appétit, Lion City”: The use of French in naming restaurants in Singapore / Stefan Serwe, Kenneth Keng Wee Ong and Jean Francois Ghesquière (p.281-304) -- Talking about taste: Starved for words / Carrie A. Ankerstein and Gerardine M. Pereira (p.305-315)Table des matières / Sommaire: Primi Piatti Genres of food discourseWhen making pie, all ingredients must be chilled. Including you: Lexical, syntactic and interactive features in online discoursea synchronic study of food blogs / Maximiliane FrobeniusPassionate about food: Jamie and Nigella and the performance of food-talk / Delia ChiaroThe addressee in the recipe: How Julia Child gets to join you in the kitchen / Kerstin FischerFood for thoughtor, what's (in) a recipe? A diachronic analysis of cooking instructions / Iris ZimmermannRecipes and food discourse in Englisha historical menu / Stefan DiemerThe way to intercultural learning is through the stomachGenre-based writing in the EFL classroom / Alice SpitzSecondi Piatti Food and cultureHow permeable is the formal-informal boundary at work? An ethnographic account of the role of food in workplace discourse / Brian W. KingComparing drinking toastsComparing contexts / Helga KotthoffThe flavors of multi-ethnic North American literatures: Language, ethnicity and culinary nostalgia / Astrid M. FellnerMen eat for muscle, women eat for weight loss: Discourses about food and gender in Men's Health and Women's Health magazines / Laurel Dillon-Sumner"Bon Appetit, Lion City": The use of French in naming restaurants in Singapore / Jean Francois GhesquiereTalking about taste: Starved for words / Gerardine M. PereiraSujet RAMEAU: Anglais (langue) Étymologie | Anglais (langue) Mots et locutions | Aliments Terminologie | Cuisine Terminologie | Gastronomie Terminologie | Sémiotique et culture | Figures de rhétorique | English language Etymology | English language Terms and phrases | Food Terminology | Culture Semiotic models | Figures of speechThématique: Culture, art, littérature | Linguistique, languesThématique spécifique: Phrase | Etymologie | Cuisine | Aliments | Terminologie | Alimentation | Sémiotique | Discours (linguistique) Langue: English Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-BasNote: Accès à la table des matières.
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Bibliogr. [319]-344. Notes bibliogr. Index.

Aperitivo. Overview of the volume / Maximiliane Frobeniusxiii (p.XIII-XVI) – Antipasti. Food and language – language and food / Cornelia Gerhardt (p.3-49) -- Primi Piatti. Genres of food discourse. When making pie, all ingredients must be chilled. Including you: Lexical, syntactic and interactive features in online discourse – a synchronic study of food blogs / Stefan Diemer and Maximiliane Frobenius (p.53-81) -- Passionate about food: Jamie and Nigella and the performance of food-talk / Delia Chiaro (p.83-102) -- The addressee in the recipe: How Julia Child gets to join you in the kitchen / Kerstin Fischer (p.103-117) -- Food for thought – or, what’s (in) a recipe?: A diachronic analysis of cooking instructions / Jenny Arendholz, Wolfram Bublitz, Monika Kirner and Iris Zimmermann (p.119-137) -- Recipes and food discourse in English – a historical menu / Stefan Diemer (p.139-155) -- The way to intercultural learning is through the stomach – Genre-based writing in the EFL classroom / Claudia Bubel and Alice Spitz (p.157-187) -- Secondi piatti. Food and culture. How permeable is the formal-informal boundary at work?: An ethnographic account of the role of food in workplace discourse / Janet Holmes, Meredith Marra and Brian W. King (p.191-209) -- Comparing drinking toasts – Comparing contexts / Helga Kotthoff (p.211-240) -- The flavors of multi-ethnic North American literatures: Language, ethnicity and culinary nostalgia / Astrid M. Fellner (p.241-260) -- Men eat for muscle, women eat for weight loss: Discourses about food and gender in Men’s Health and Women’s Health magazines / Janet M. Fuller, Janelle Briggs and Laurel Dillon-Sumner (p.261-279) -- “Bon Appétit, Lion City”: The use of French in naming restaurants in Singapore / Stefan Serwe, Kenneth Keng Wee Ong and Jean Francois Ghesquière (p.281-304) -- Talking about taste: Starved for words / Carrie A. Ankerstein and Gerardine M. Pereira (p.305-315)

Primi Piatti Genres of food discourse When making pie, all ingredients must be chilled. Including you: Lexical, syntactic and interactive features in online discourse a synchronic study of food blogs / Maximiliane Frobenius Passionate about food: Jamie and Nigella and the performance of food-talk / Delia Chiaro The addressee in the recipe: How Julia Child gets to join you in the kitchen / Kerstin Fischer Food for thought or, what's (in) a recipe? A diachronic analysis of cooking instructions / Iris Zimmermann Recipes and food discourse in English a historical menu / Stefan Diemer The way to intercultural learning is through the stomach Genre-based writing in the EFL classroom / Alice Spitz Secondi Piatti Food and culture How permeable is the formal-informal boundary at work? An ethnographic account of the role of food in workplace discourse / Brian W. King Comparing drinking toasts Comparing contexts / Helga Kotthoff The flavors of multi-ethnic North American literatures: Language, ethnicity and culinary nostalgia / Astrid M. Fellner Men eat for muscle, women eat for weight loss: Discourses about food and gender in Men's Health and Women's Health magazines / Laurel Dillon-Sumner "Bon Appetit, Lion City": The use of French in naming restaurants in Singapore / Jean Francois Ghesquiere Talking about taste: Starved for words / Gerardine M. Pereira

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