The Culinary Plagiarist

The Culinary Plagiarist

It is in keeping with our true nature and end to enjoy good food, prepared carefully, and eaten gratefully and slowly in ... On these noble principles the culinary plagiarist stands; from these noble principles The Culinary Plagiarist ...

Author: Jason Peters

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532689826

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 294

View: 406

More than a collection of vignettes and stories from garden, grill, and kitchen, The Culinary Plagiarist is a sustained adventure in gustatory delight, an intensely private but candid account of desire and all its objects. Opinionated on the full range of human experience, from fasting to inebriety, from sports to politics, from religion to raunch, it is at once serious, humorous, ironic, reflective, grateful, allusive, and appetitive. Along the way it offers a defense of small-scale, local life, of family, of place, and of "the bread we do not live alone by." And also the drinks. Don't forget the drinks. This is a book for people who enjoy being alive, whether in the kitchen, the pasture, the library, the barn, the trout stream, the henhouse (or the doghouse), or the bedroom.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Plagiarist in the Kitchen

The Plagiarist in the Kitchen

A Lifetime's Culinary Thefts Jonathan Meades. writer, just a clumsy one who leaves his dandruff on the purloined page, there to be forensically examined. The culinary plagiarist should be exultant. RICE, PASTA, ETC.

Author: Jonathan Meades

Publisher: Unbound Publishing

ISBN: 9781783522415

Category: Cooking

Page: 176

View: 599

‘I adore Meades’s book . . . I want more of his rule-breaking irreverence in my kitchen’ New York Times ‘The Plagiarist in the Kitchen is hilariously grumpy, muttering at us “Don’t you bastards know anything?” You can read it purely for literary pleasure, but Jonathan Meades makes everything sound so delicious that the non-cook will be moved to cook and the bad cook will cook better’ David Hare, Guardian The Plagiarist in the Kitchen is an anti-cookbook. Best known as a provocative novelist, journalist and film-maker, Jonathan Meades has also been called ‘the best amateur chef in the world’ by Marco Pierre White. His contention here is that anyone who claims to have invented a dish is delusional, dishonestly contributing to the myth of culinary originality. Meades delivers a polemical but highly usable collection of 125 of his favourite recipes, each one an example of the fine art of culinary plagiarism. These are dishes and methods he has hijacked, adapted, improved upon and made his own. Without assuming any special knowledge or skill, the book is full of excellent advice. He tells us why the British never got the hang of garlic. That a purist would never dream of putting cheese in a Gratin Dauphinois. That cooking brains in brown butter cannot be improved upon. And why – despite the advice of Martin Scorsese’s mother – he insists on frying his meatballs. Adorned with his own abstract monochrome images (none of which ‘illustrate’ the stolen recipes they accompany), The Plagiarist in the Kitchen is a stylish object, both useful and instructive. In a world dominated by health fads, food vloggers and over-priced kitchen gadgets, it is timely reminder that, when it comes to food, it’s almost always better to borrow than to invent.
Categories: Cooking

Food and Social Media

Food and Social Media

Just a few months after the Interlude controversy, another one emerged involving the supposed plagiarism of dishes from Minibar by a chef—a former employee at Minibar—at the Tapas Molecular Bar in Tokyo. Claiming that his inventions had ...

Author: Signe Rousseau

Publisher: Rowman Altamira

ISBN: 9780759120426

Category: Cooking

Page: 117

View: 539

Social media has been a factor in the explosion of interest in food and democratization of food criticism, and this book explains and critique the phenomena and key issues in a lively and anecdotal manner that will appeal to scholars and the interested general public alike.
Categories: Cooking

Plagiarism Copyright Violation and Other Thefts of Intellectual Property

Plagiarism  Copyright Violation  and Other Thefts of Intellectual Property

Concept of plagiarism is included with other frailties of cookbooks such as errors in translation , willful substitutions , omissions and the lack of scholarship in most works . Author details culinary flaws in many cookbooks .

Author: Judy Anderson

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786462345

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 212

View: 482

What is intellectual property? Should copyright laws be modified to accommodate new ways of transmitting information? The debate over such questions has reemerged with the growth of the Internet and other means of electronically storing information. Over 600 articles written from 1900 through 1995 are fully annotated in this bibliography. The citations cover a wide range of material, from humorous anecdotes in popular magazines to scholarly discussions in academic journals. The entries are divided into three parts: the money trail; the detection and proof of violations and the punishment of offenders; and defending one’s property. A lengthy introduction first details how the concept of intellectual property came into being and then focuses on how governments and other entities deal with the issue.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Plaid and Plagiarism The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series Book 1 The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series

Plaid and Plagiarism  The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series  Book 1  The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series

“On the other hand, a more interesting angle for our female readers might be whether or not you've considered how dangerous an adjoining tearoom, run by Steamy Summer Nights and the culinary heir of Helen MacLean, will be to your ...

Author: Molly MacRae

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781681772967

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 566

A murder in a garden turns the four new owners of Yon Bonnie Books into amateur detectives, in a captivating new cozy mystery novel from Molly MacRae. Set in the weeks before the annual Inversgail Literature Festival in Scotland, Plaid and Plagiarism begins on a morning shortly after the four women take possession of their bookshop in the Highlands. Unfortunately, the move to Inversgail hasn’t gone as smoothly as they’d planned. First, Janet Marsh is told she’ll have to wait before moving into her new home. Then she finds out the house has been vandalized. Again. The chief suspect? Una Graham, an advice columnist for the local paper—who’s trying to make a name for herself as an investigative reporter. When Janet and her business partners go looking for clues at the house, they find a body—it’s Una, in the garden shed, with a sickle in her neck. Janet never did like that garden shed. Who wanted Una dead? After discovering a cache of nasty letters, Janet and her friends are beginning to wonder who didn’t, including Janet’s ex-husband. Surrounded by a cast of characters with whom readers will fall in love, the new owners of Yon Bonnie Books set out to solve Una’s murder so they can get back to business. A delightful and deadly new novel about recognizing one’s strengths and weakness—while also trying to open a new book shop—Plaid and Plagiarism is the start of an entertaining new Scottish mystery series.
Categories: Fiction

The Insta Food Diet

The Insta Food Diet

FOOD. BLOGS. AND. CULINARY. PLAGIARISM. There are millions and millions of food blogs out there, and every recipe online now has social media icons that encourage you to share it with friends to spread the word.

Author: Pixie Turner

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

ISBN: 9781788547208

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

View: 586

Under the new rules of social media, we are not what we eat, but rather what others believe we eat. Social media is a major part of modern life. Most of us can't imagine not using it, and it's unrealistic to assume that's even possible. Platforms like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook haven't been around long, but they have already made far-reaching impacts on our health and wellbeing. We are only just beginning to understand the influence these platforms have over our decisions around food and health, with many of these processes happening without our being aware. But maybe we should be aware. From influencers deciding what foods we buy to government policy, via food shaming and comparison envy, activism and extremism, the role social media plays is now undeniable. In The Insta-Food Diet, registered nutritionist Pixie Turner will guide you through the various ways social media has affected our food choices, our restaurants, and our food policy. By the end, you'll be armed with knowledge and tactics, so you can take back control and make social media work for you.
Categories: Self-Help

Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism

Feel free to spread the story if you find it useful: John and Mary enrolled into a cooking class in a prestigious culinary school. After learning all of those fancy cooking techniques for three months, it's time to show off their ...

Author: Dr. Ken K. Wong

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 145027630X

Category: Social Science

Page: 112

View: 582

Writing scholarly papers is a tough business; when you plagiarize someone else’s work, you not only risk getting a bad grade—you could be expelled. Avoiding Plagiarism helps students to write better papers and avoid mark deduction due to improper citing and referencing. Examples using APA, Chicago, and Harvard citation styles are examined and made easy. Advance Praise for Avoiding Plagiarism “Unlike other resources in this area, Dr. Wong’s book provides additional information on tools for similarity detection and citation generation. Educators will find this book a valuable resource.” —Professor Wing Lam, Dean, U21Global, Singapore “Knowing how to cite and reference are fundamental skills which are missing in many graduate students. This book provides those ‘missing’ skills in an easy, innovative and entertaining way.” —Richard Anthony, Indonesia “This book provides useful information considering all the queries that may pop-up in a student’s mind while attempting to provide citations and references.” —Tasneem Tailor, India Dr.
Categories: Social Science

Appetite for Life

Appetite for Life

“Hamburger Helper": statistics quoted by Meryle Evans, “A Midwest State of Mind," Food Arts (Dec. 1989): 24. ... “To be a culinary plagiarist": Christopher Hitchens, “Martha, Inc.,” Vanity Fair (Oct. 1993): 93. “bonfire of the foodies”: ...

Author: Noel Riley Fitch

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 9780307762856

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 592

View: 120

Julia Child became a household name when she entered the lives of millions of Americans through our hearts and kitchens. Yet few know the richly varied private life that lies behind this icon, whose statuesque height and warmly enthused warble have become synonymous with the art of cooking. In this biography we meet the earthy and outrageous Julia, who, at age eighty-five, remains a complex role model. Fitch, who had access to all of Julia's private letters and diaries, takes us through her life, from her exuberant youth as a high-spirited California girl to her years at Smith College, where she was at the center of every prank and party. When most of her girlfriends married, Julia volunteered with the OSS in India and China during World War II, and was an integral part of this elite corps. There she met her future husband, the cosmopolitan Paul Child, who introduced her to the glories of art, fine French cuisine, and love. Theirs was a deeply passionate romance and a modern marriage of equals. Julia began her culinary training only at the age of thirty-seven at the Cordon Bleu. Later she roamed the food markets of Marseilles, Bonn, and Oslo. She invested ten years of learning and experimentation in what would become her first bestselling classic, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Now, her career is legend, spanning nearly forty years and still going strong. Generations love the humor and trademark aplomb that have made Julia a household name. Resisting fads and narrow, fanatical conventions of health-consciousness, Julia is the quintessential teacher. The perfect gift for food lovers and a romantic biography of a woman modern before her time, this is a truly American life.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Plagiarism in Higher Education Tackling Tough Topics in Academic Integrity

Plagiarism in Higher Education  Tackling Tough Topics in Academic Integrity

The subject- matter experts in these fields must determine what counts as plagiarism in these subjects and then clearly communicate their expectations to students. What we can say for sure is that educators and experts are paying more ...

Author: Sarah Elaine Eaton

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440874383

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 230

View: 829

With considerations for students, faculty members, librarians, and researchers, this book will explain and help to mitigate plagiarism in higher education contexts. Plagiarism is a complex issue that affects many stakeholders in higher education, but it isn't always well understood. This text provides an in-depth, evidence-based understanding of plagiarism with the goal of engaging campus communities in informed conversations about proactive approaches to plagiarism. Offering practical suggestions for addressing plagiarism campus-wide, this book tackles such messy topics as self-plagiarism, plagiarism among international students, essay mills, and contract cheating. It also answers such tough questions as: Why do students plagiarize, and why don't faculty always report it? Why are plagiarism cases so hard to manage? What if researchers themselves plagiarize? How can we design better learning assessments to prevent plagiarism? When should we choose human detection versus text-matching software? This nonjudgmental book focuses on academic integrity from a teaching and learning perspective, offering comprehensive insights into various aspects of plagiarism with a particular lens on higher education to benefit the entire campus community. Provides a comprehensive treatment of plagiarism in higher education Candidly presents tough topics, such as self-plagiarism and essay mills Draws from the scholarly literature to empower educators, librarians, and students to think proactively about plagiarism prevention
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Culinary Plagiarist

The Culinary Plagiarist

Don’t forget the drinks. This is a book for people who enjoy being alive, whether in the kitchen, the pasture, the library, the barn, the trout stream, the henhouse (or the doghouse), or the bedroom.

Author: Jason Peters

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532689802

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 294

View: 792

More than a collection of vignettes and stories from garden, grill, and kitchen, The Culinary Plagiarist is a sustained adventure in gustatory delight, an intensely private but candid account of desire and all its objects. Opinionated on the full range of human experience, from fasting to inebriety, from sports to politics, from religion to raunch, it is at once serious, humorous, ironic, reflective, grateful, allusive, and appetitive. Along the way it offers a defense of small-scale, local life, of family, of place, and of “the bread we do not live alone by.” And also the drinks. Don’t forget the drinks. This is a book for people who enjoy being alive, whether in the kitchen, the pasture, the library, the barn, the trout stream, the henhouse (or the doghouse), or the bedroom.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography