Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/36559
Type: Book (edited)
Title: Culinary History
Publisher: East Street Publications
Publisher Place: Brompton, S.A.
Issue Date: 2004
ISBN: 0975114514
Editor: Santich, B.
Martin, A.
Statement of
Responsibility: 
A. Lynn Martin & Barbara Santich
Contents: Culinary history: toward a conceptualisation / Andrew Smith -- Epicurus, unexpurgated / Michael Symons -- Keeping body and soul apart: the nature and legacy of the ancient ’philosophic diet’ / Veronika Grimm -- Food, food costs and diet in the Roman Middle East: a papyrus dossier of the early fourth century / John Matthews -- The political economy of wine in early modern Burgandy / Mack P. Holt -- For your health: medicinal drinking in seventeenth-century England / Andrea Cast -- Food as political metaphor: seventeenth-century English travellers’ descriptions of food in France / Tina Kalivas -- ’A good and most particular taste’: the consumption and meaning of luxury claret in early eighteenth-century England / Charles C. Ludington -- Do cookery books tell the truth? / Tom Jaine -- A sweet tooth for taxes: duties, bounties, protection and free trade and their effect on sucrose consumption in Britain, 1750-1900 / Andrew Ratledge -- Recipes come from kitchens: food cultures come from printing presses / Colin Bannerman -- ’Practically indispensable’: the culinary uses of olive oil in South Australia in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries / Craig Hill -- Understanding Elizabeth David / Jennifer Hillier -- Don Dunstan: the cookbook / Peter Strawhan.
Subject: Cookery History.
Food Social aspects.
Food History.
Food habits History.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages History.
RMID: 0020065161
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