I won’t be home for dinner
Food my love — food my labour
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The kitchen is a space that has constantly been associated with the female figure throughout history. Domesticity is commonly thought to be an extension of womanhood. What is the history of this powerful association between the home and women? Have women always been defined in relation to the home? And what are the implications of such a deep-seated and seemingly “natural” association? I Won’t Be Home for Dinner is a study about women’s liberation in the kitchen. The book analyses the topic through the space as a social map and appliances as time-saving tools, as well as the role of convenience food within the process; with the aim of presenting a more wide perspective and questioning gender roles and expectations.