Bite Me: Food in Popular Culture

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Index
12 Monkeys 19
301/302 59
50 Cent 116, 117–118
6th Day, The 20
Adriá, Ferran 2, 17
advertising 2, 5, 6, 12, 32, 33, 34, 35, 99, 100, 109, 138, 148
Alien 80
Appadurai, Arjun 3, 74, 150
Arendt, Hannah 60
Asimov, Isaac 77
athletes 99–101
Atkins, Robert C. 87–88, 90, 91–95
Babette's Feast 28, 147
Baby Boy 123
Bakhtin, Mikhail 78–79
Banks, Tyra 109
Barthes, Roland 6–7, 144
Baudrillard, Jean 7, 148
Beauty Shop 104
Belasco, Warren 64, 68, 152
Bentley, Amy 88
Big Momma's House 113
Big Night 30
Blade 65–66
Blues 105, 107
body 5, 10, 13, 16, 45, 73–75, 78–79, 83, 94–96, 98, 101–102, 103–105, 109–110, 118, 122–124, 136, 142, 150, 152
body-builder 88, 97–100
body image 13, 42, 51, 85–94, 97–98, 101, 103–104, 108–113
booty 104, 105–108, 110, 112
Bordo, Susan 45, 102, 109
Bourdieu, Pierre 11, 34, 73, 74, 138
brain 12, 16–17, 23–25, 31–32, 40, 151
breast 49–50, 51, 54
Butler, Judith 57
Butler, Octavia E. 45, 69
Canetti, Elias 60
cannibal 39, 42, 56–59, 62, 65, 81, 122, 129
cannibalistic desire/drive 12, 39–40, 50, 51, 54, 70, 72, 121, 123
Carby, Hazel
Caribbean 55, 57, 129–131
Castell, Manuel 152
celebrity chef 2–3, 27, 30
Chocolat 27
cognitive psychology 23
Colbert, Stephen 149
computer 19–21, 23–24, 31, 40
connotation 7, 10, 82, 105, 132, 139, 144, 151
consumption 2, 11, 15, 32, 33, 40, 45, 48, 52, 60, 63, 68, 73, 93, 105, 108, 121, 122, 129, 132, 140, 150
Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, The 59
cooking 3, 16–18, 25–31, 43, 59, 72, 75, 101, 111, 113, 123–124, 133, 152
Crooklyn VIA
crunk 118
cultural capital 2, 34, 132
Dahlgreen 70–72
Debord, Guy 3, 148
de Certeau, Michel 34
Delany, Samuel R. 70, 80
Delicatessen 59
Demolition Man 68–69
denotation 7, 106

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