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Anthropological Linguistics 

The Cookey & Food Review article began with:

     When we came across Alan Harrison's paper of a similar but much longer title in the academic journal "Anthropological Linguistics", (Summer Issue 1983) we asked him for a more everyday version which explains the up-to-date implications of what some people have called "the culinary triangle".    ....  source

If you have arrived directly to this page and are not familiar with the concept of cuisine and hesitate on reading such terms as culinary triangle  you could go to this page
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This paper is headed:

MAKING SENSE OF CUISINE: FROM CULINARY TRIANGLE TO PYRAMID 
USING LEHRER’S TETRAHEDRON AS A STEPPING STONE

Anthropological Linguistics 14:155-71 Summer 1983, 189 - 210

Alan F. Harrison

Canterbury College of Technology




Your initial look is the first page of the paper here  

You can see the extent of it here but it isn't of any use unless you have access. 

Some universities subscribe to the journal . . . .

. . . some don't.

That's why it is on this website.

We now look at the journal as an entity before looking at the paper. 

So far, we have the words "article" and "paper".  Suffice it to say that the latter is supposed to be more rigorous than the former.

The Journal:

Anthropological Linguistics, a quarterly journal founded in 1959, provides a forum for the full range of scholarly study of the languages and cultures of the peoples of the world, especially the native peoples of the Americas. Embracing the field of language and culture broadly defined, the editors welcome articles and research reports addressing cultural, historical, and philological aspects of linguistic study, including analyses of texts and discourse; studies of semantic systems and cultural classifications; onomastic studies; ethnohistorical papers that draw significantly on linguistic data; studies of linguistic prehistory and genetic classification, both methodological and substantive; discussions and interpretations of archival material; edited historical documents; and contributions to the history of the field.


More at     http://www.indiana.edu/~anthling/home.html   .


Brace yourself !
  

My 1983 paper is here.

BUT

You may like to look at some of the lead-up pages first if you haven't so far.

If you have, you may like to look at the "Lehrer Semantic Cuisine" page which shows 

Lehrer, A. 1969. Semantic cuisine. Journal of Linguistics 5:39-55            hsere

and the "L & Levi-Strauss" page which shows

Lehrer, A. 1972. Cooking vocabularies and the culinary triangle of Lévi-Strauss. Anthropological Linguistics 14:155-71 here

and this inspired my 1983 paper.


The works consulted in writing the paper are here and the Rources page refers to those used earlier in this section.

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