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Feminist scholars and activists have noted the invisibility of gender in everyday life, lamenting the (mistaken) perception that gender struggles are a thing of the past (Valenti 2007). Gender seems to remain conspicuously hidden, in plain sighthidden behind legitimate experiences of gender equity, as well as continued assumptions about the normalcy or the naturalness of gendered difference (Serano 2009). The idea that race or class difference matters to people’s food experiences is something that food activists and enthusiasts have surely begun to recognize. But gender differences seem to be generally under-considered (though see Orenstein 2010) perhaps because gender hierarchy itself is presumed to be a historic matter, and not a contemporary one. After all, some of my interviewees reasoned, both boys and girls are taking garden and cooking classes now.