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Very Good. 316 p. A social history of Victorian eating habits ranging from those of highest society to the lowliest workhouse, and including shopping, markets and the great scams, home produced food and imports, drink, cooks and cookery writers, meals and entertaining, nutrition and vegetarians, and eating out.
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A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. This social history of food in the lives of Victorian Brits could have been subtitled (as the author confesses) The First Food Revolution. Ms. Freeman goes into great detail describing the eating and cooking habits of the 19th Century English covering such topics as: Shops and Shopping Customs; Markets, Fairs and Street-Sellers; Produce; Drink; Cooking procedures; Cookery Writers; Meals and Entertaining; Nutrition; The Vegetarian Movement and Eating Out. Catalog Jasper.
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