Eating Culture

Eating Culture

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Eating Culture is a highly engaging overview that illustrates the important role that anthropology and anthropologists have played in understanding food.they represent the beginning of a rationalization of cooking necessitated by restaurant dining (Mennell 1996, 141a€“45). By the 1860s a new form of service had become the norma€” service An la russea€”which brought separate courses and ... Escoffier furthered the efficiency of commercial kitchens into an assembly line of lesser chefs, each contributing to a single dish or ... Both men wrote manuals of cooking techniques, which contained recipes and became the accepted practices ofanbsp;...

Title:Eating Culture
Author:Gillian Crowther
Publisher:University of Toronto Press - 2013


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