Table settings : the material culture and social context of dining, AD 1700-1900 /

Fernand Braudel famously observed that the 'mere smell of cooking can evoke a whole civilization'. The way that food is prepared, served, and eaten reveals a great deal about the structure and workings of any society. It is therefore not surprising that food, and the culturally specific et...

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Other Authors / Creators:Symonds, James, Ph. D., editor.
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Language:English
Imprint: Oxford [U.K.] ; Oakville, Conn. : Oxbow Books, ©2010.
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