Selected References for Research on Foodways and Society in Dhofar, Oman

My current research focus on the foodways of Omanis who live in Dhofar, the southern  region of Oman. My interest in food and cooking evolved from a contradiction, observed over twelve years of anthropological research, that Omani Dhofaris both hate to waste food and usually make more than is necessary in case anyone unexpectedly shows up to share the meal. I am specifically interested in how food is used to show personal generosity and how eating together defines and enhances social relationships. For more details, see Foodways and Society in Dhofar, Oman

This list includes references from the fields of food studies (including cookbooks, food blogs, restaurant reviews, and cookbook reviews), anthropology, architecture, history, and travel writing, as well as works pertaining to animals, fish, land use and plants in Oman.

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—.  2011, March 15. “Eating My Way Through the Cedar Revolution (excerpt).” Foreign Policy. http://foreignpolicy.com/2011/03/15/eating-my-way-through-the-cedar-revolution-2/

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Galletti, Christopher, Billie Turner, and Soe W. Myint. 2016. “Land Changes and their Drivers in the Cloud Forest and Coastal Zone of Dhofar, Oman, between 1988 and 2013.” Regional Environmental Change 16.7: 2141–53.

Gardiner, Ian. 2007. In the Service of the Sultan: A First-hand Account of the Dhofar Insurgency. South Yorkshire: Pen and Sword Military.

Gardner, Andrew.  2015. “Migration, Labor and Business in the Worlding Cities of the Arabian Peninsula.” Institute of Developing Economies, Paper 513: 1-9.

Ghazanfar, Shahina. 1998. “Status of the Flora and Plant Conservation in the Sultanate of Oman.” Biological Conservation 85: 287-295.

Gilette, Maris. 2019. “Muslim Foodways,” in The Handbook of Food and Anthropology. Jakob Klein and James Watson, eds. London: Bloomsbury Academic. 48-73.

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Ibn Battuta. 1929. Travels in Asia and Africa 1325-1354. H.A.R. Gibb, trans. London: Rutledge.

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Medhat, Gehad. 2017, Oct. 8. “The Top Restaurants in Salalah, Oman.” Culture Trip. https://theculturetrip.com/middle-east/oman/articles/the-top-restaurants-in-salalah-oman/

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Zarins, Juris. 2001. The Land of Incense: Archaeological Work in the Governorate of Dhofar, Sultanate of Oman, 1990-1995. Muscat, Oman: Sultan Qaboos University Publications.

 

 

Blogs – Omani Food

Mariya. Omani Food. https://omanifood24.blogspot.com/

Omani Recipes. 2015. Arabic Recipeshttp://www.encyclopediacooking.com/recipes_in_english/omani-recipes-53-1.html

Traditional Omani Food. 2008, March 1. https://ward-traditionalomanifood.blogspot.com/

Yasmeen. 2018. Omani Cuisine. http://www.omanicuisine.com/

 

Blog – Food and Anthropology

Brown, Victoria. 2018. One Dish Closer. http://www.onedishcloser.com/

 

Omani Restaurants

The Jungle Restaurant. 2018. https://thejunglerestaurant.wordpress.com/category/traditional-food-in-oman/

Kargeen. 2018. http://www.kargeen.com/en

 

Websites – Expat, Tourist and Commercial

The Delicious Cuisine of Oman! n.d.  Holidify. https://www.holidify.com/pages/omani-food-230.html

Food and Drink – About Oman. 2018. Rough Guides. https://www.roughguides.com/destinations/middle-east/oman/food-drink/

Guide to Omani Cuisine. 2017, June 14. Expat Woman.com. https://www.expatwoman.com/oman/guide/guide-to-omani-cuisine

Medhat, Gehad. 2017, Dec, 27. The 10 Best Coffee and Tea Shops in Salalah, Oman. Culture Trip. https://theculturetrip.com/middle-east/oman/salalah/food-misc/

Medhat, Gehad. 2017, Dec, 27. The Top Restaurants in Salalah, Oman. Culture Trip. https://theculturetrip.com/middle-east/oman/articles/the-top-restaurants-in-salalah-oman/

Oman. 2018. Countries and Their Cultures.  http://www.everyculture.com/No-Sa/Oman.html

Omani Food. 2015. Best Country. http://www.best-country.com/asia/oman/food

Omani recipes and cuisine. 2018. Nestle.  http://www.nestle-family.com/english/omani-recipes.aspx

Popp, Georg. 2018. Notes on the Omani Kitchen Eating with Tradition. Just Landed. https://www.justlanded.com/english/Oman/Articles/Culture/Notes-on-the-Omani-Kitchen