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The pain and pleasure of a meal eaten alone : review

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posted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Jillian AdamsJillian Adams
Food writers ‘recognise the importance of communicating to readers the taste of a particular food or dish, whether in a restaurant review, a work of fiction or a journalistic article’ (4). Santich’s students were encouraged to taste a variety of foods and to find ‘words to match the flavours and textures they were tasting’ (4), and this is apparent in their stories.

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18

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1

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1

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5

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5

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1327-9556

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Canberra ACT

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Australian Association of Writing Programs

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en-aus

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Learning and Teaching Education Research Centre (LTERC); TBA Research Institute;

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