Explorations in Food and Wine in Argentinean and European Culture
Every book is a narcotic that feeds the ego. It falsely stimulates the distinc- tion of a person whose name appears in print in conjunction with a biog- raphy bound to the more obvious records or curriculum vitae. Mapping the Tasteland is the fruit of the generosity and the encouragement of a cluster of friends, colleagues and family members, without whom it really would not have been possible. I want to thank in particular: my partner María Bagnat for making me understand what I have been and what I can be; Claudio Canaparo for his dedication and his fraternal support; David Gorman for his patience and passion in the transmission of ideas; Marcelo G. Burello for his intelligence and generosity; Rodolfo Hamawi for his sincere af fection and support; Nicolás Casullo (in memoriam), Ricardo Forster and Alejandro Kaufman for their constant presence and friendship; and last, but not least, Myrna and Jorge.
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