Foodways and Sexual Identity

As I begin mapping the ideas that I want to study as I learn more in-depth cooking techniques, I’ve run into these two authors I’m starting to read now.
First: Ehrhardt, Julia C.(2006) ‘Towards Queering Food Studies: Foodways, Heteronormativity, and Hungry
Women in Chicana Lesbian Writing’, Food and Foodways, 14: 2, 91 — 109
Second is published by my friends in Ecuador: Londoño, Jenny (1997). Entre la Sumision y la Resistencia, Las Mujeres en la Real Audiencia. Quito: Abya-Yala.
My English translation of the title is “Between Submission and Resistance, Women in the Spanish Royal Districts.”
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