Particularly worthy of note is the editors’ humorous treatment of the titles and subtitles in the book. For example, the subtitle of the book is ‘The Chef’s Special’, and the table of contents is named ‘Menu’. Each article of the book is also interestingly titled with special relevance to food, for example, ‘When making pie, all ingredients must be chilled. Including you’, as if readers are being served with delicious food when reading.
These features will certainly make the book more inviting to prospective readers. In terms of organization, the overall structure of the volume is highly effective. The overview of the book by Frobenius is strong, insightful and helpful. A synopsis at the beginning of each original contribution is useful and reader-friendly. To sum up, this book will serve as an excellent reference for students, teachers and researchers in the areas of discourse studies, English for Specific Purposes and anthropological linguistics, who seek to keep themselves up to date with the latest developments in their fields.