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Gastronomica : the journal of food and culture
Bib ID 736102
Format JournalJournal
Description Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, 2001- 
v. : ill. ; 28 cm. 
ISSN 1529-3262 
Notes

Title from cover.

Life Dates Vol.1, no.1, Feb. 2001- 
Frequency Quarterly 
Subjects Culture.  |  Food.  |  Gastronomy.
Other authors/contributors University of California, Berkeley
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Gastronomica

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    Collect from: Main Reading Room - Most pre 2005 held offsite
    Call Number: Sq 641.013 GAS
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: v. 1, no. 1 - v. 17, no. 4 (2001:Winter - 2017:Winter)
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    Sq 641.013 GAS Main Reading Room - Most pre 2005 held offsite

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