The Making of the Modern Kitchen: A Cultural History

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Kitchens are where we cook, clean, cry, talk, laugh, break things. Hugely symbolic - as well as practical - kitchens evoke thoughts of hearth and home, family and domesticity. People today commonly spend more refurbishing their kitchens than refurbishing any other room in the home. On kitchen units alone, annual expenditure in England has been around the billion pound mark for some time. And this only represents part of what people spend on a kitchen. For, when they do up their kitchens, people frequently also buy new ...

The Making of the Modern Kitchen: A Cultural History 2004, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859736944

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The Making of the Modern Kitchen: A Cultural History 2004, Berg Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859736999

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