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An A Z Of Food And Drink

Author : John Ayto
ISBN : 0192803514
Genre : Beverages
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Seasoned throughout with literary wit and wisdom, this veritable feast of gastronomic words and phrases traces the origins and history of over 1,200 English terms for foodstuffs, dishes, and drinks. Previously published as The Diner's Dictionary and Gourmet's Guide, this includes hundreds of illuminating quotations, ranging from the French writer, Misson, on seventeenth-century puddings, to Anthony Burgess on eating durians. Tuck into foods and drinks named after their place of origin,such as stilton, cheddar, or Dublin Bay prawns. Get your teeth stuck into such eponymous fruits and vegetables as Cox's Orange Pippin and Webb's Wonder. Or whet your appetite with wines named after their grape, including cabernet sauvignon and riesling. The book also covers the terminology of foreign cuisine that has become popular in Britain, such as Italian ciabatta. This edition also features a new introduction by Alan Davidson, author of theOxford Companion to Food.
Category: Beverages

Food And Drink

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ISBN : OCLC:42379723
Genre : Beverages
File Size : 75.42 MB
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The Oxford Companion To American Food And Drink

Author : Andrew F. Smith
ISBN : 9780195307962
Genre : Cooking
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A panoramic history of the culinary traditions, culture, and evolution of American food and drink features nearly one thousand entries, essays, and articles on such topics as fast food, celebrity chefs, regional and ethnic cuisine, social and cultural food history, food science, and more, along with hundreds of photographs and lists of food museums, Web sites, festivals, and organizations.
Category: Cooking

Pi Ce Concertante

Author : Hermann Reutter
ISBN : LCCN:70287421
Genre : Saxophone and piano music
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Category: Saxophone and piano music

Serving Food And Drink

Author : Ann Bulleid
ISBN : 0748725911
Genre : Caterers and catering
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Case studies - put students in real-life scenarios and help them learn how to react to them. Unit-by-unit, element-by-element approach with full coverage of the underpinning knowledge. A competence-based approach, complemented by activities and pointers, to enhance students' knowledge. Freestanding units allow students to select material according to their needs. 'Get ahead' sections at the end of each unit, encourage further learning and development.
Category: Caterers and catering

Food And Drink

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ISBN : LCCN:75020503
Genre : Food
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Category: Food

The Oxford Encyclopedia Of Food And Drink In America A J

Author : Andrew F. Smith
ISBN : 0195175514
Genre : Beverages
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Presents hundreds of alphabetized articles on inventions, social movements, and events that have shaped food and drink preparation, consumption, and attitudes in America. This volume covers A-J.
Category: Beverages

Food And Drink In America

Author : Richard James Hooker
ISBN : UOM:39015035306151
Genre : Social Science
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A history of American diet and eating habits examines trends in the procurement, preparation, and storage of food
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Food And Drink

Author : Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs
ISBN : OCLC:78126371
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Food And Drink Tourism

Author : Sally Everett
ISBN : 9781473965959
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 81.16 MB
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Dedicated to the growing field of food and drink tourism and culinary engagement, Sally Everett offers a multi-disciplinary approach to the subject, embracing theories and examples from numerous subject disciplines. Through a combination of critical theory reflections, real-life case studies, media excerpts and activities, examples of food and drink tourism around the world as well as a focus on employability, Food and Drink Tourism provides a comprehensive & engaging resource on the growing trend of food motivated travel & leisure. Suitable for any student studying tourism, hospitality, events, sociology, marketing, business or cultural studies.
Category: Business & Economics

Food And Drink

Author : Susan L. Rattiner
ISBN : 9780486110127
Genre : Cooking
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Scores of humorous, frequently incisive remarks by famous writers, humorists, and celebrities, including W. K. Chesterton, W. C. Fields, Julia Child, Marilyn Monroe, George Bernard Shaw, Robert Morley, and many more.
Category: Cooking

Food And Drink

Author : Linda Staniford
ISBN : 9781406290592
Genre : Beverages
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This title takes a simple look at the difference between wants and needs with relation to food and drink. We all need to eat and drink, but do we eat the sort of food our bodies need?
Category: Beverages

Food And Drink

Author : Jim Harter
ISBN : 9780486137650
Genre : Cooking
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Over 350 illustrations of different foods, people eating, utensils, banquets, menus, wine lists. Beautifully reproduced 19th-century line drawings depict every conceivable activity concerned with the preparation, display, and consumption of food and drink.
Category: Cooking

Food And Drink In Antiquity A Sourcebook

Author : John F. Donahue
ISBN : 9781441130983
Genre : History
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Interest in food and drink as an academic discipline has been growing significantly in recent years. This sourcebook is a unique asset to many courses on food as it offers a thematic approach to eating and drinking in antiquity. For classics courses focusing on ancient social history to introductory courses on the history of food and drink, as well as those offerings with a strong sociological or anthropological approach this volume provides an unparalleled compilation of essential source material. The chronological scope of the excerpts extends from Homer in the Eighth Century BCE to the Roman emperor Constantine in the Fourth Century CE. Each thematic chapter consists of an introduction along with a bibliography of suggested readings. Translated excerpts are then presented accompanied by an explanatory background paragraph identifying the author and context of each passage. Most of the evidence is literary, but additional sources - inscriptional, legal and religious - are also included.
Category: History

Food And Drink In American History

Author : Andrew F. Smith
ISBN : 9781610692335
Genre : COOKING
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This three-volume encyclopedia on the history of American food and beverages covers topics ranging from early American Indian foods to mandatory nutrition information at fast food restaurants.
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The Food And Drink Police

Author : Thomas DiLorenzo
ISBN : 9781351290142
Genre : Political Science
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Written in a lively, engaging style, The Food and Drink Police is a thoroughgoing examination and critique of the efforts of government agencies and private organizations (including the Center for Science in the Public Interest, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and the Food and Drug Administration) to regulate the dietary habits and choices of private citizens. Irreverent, yet always informed, the authors analyze the ideological motivations, spurious science, and assaults on freedom that underlie the activities of these groups. General readers, nutritionists and scientists in general, doctors, and government policymakers will find this indispensable reading. Chapters such as "Eat, Drink, and Keel Over: Lasagna, Egg Rolls, and Popcorn Can Kill" discuss the "evils" of multicultural cuisine and coffee, and the "good news" about junk food. In "care for a Drink?" and "None for the Road" the authors provide an in-depth look at Prohibition 1990s-style; "Glow-in-the-Dark Eggs or Anal Leakage: Pick Your Poison" provocatively fuels the current debate on fake fats and irradiated beef. In The Pleasure Police, David Shaw quotes the psychologist and advocate of "defensive" eating, Dr. Stephen Gullo, as advising his thin-obsessed patients to "drink tomato juice before ordering" in restaurants; tomato juice, after al, is "a natural appetite suppressant." To which Shaw adds, "I assume he also advises his clients to masturbate before making love." James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo expose this sort of convoluted advice in The Food and Drink Police, a timely and important contribution to the cultural debate on government and private choice.
Category: Political Science

Technology And Employment In The Food And Drink Industries

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ISBN : 9221109674
Genre : Beverage industry
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This report has been prepared by the International Labour Office as the basis for discussions at the Tripartite Meeting on Technology and Employment in the Food and Drink Industries. It examines recent developments in the food and drink industries and new technology that has been adopted in these industries with a view to illustrating their impact on employment and working conditions.
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Food And Drink In Medieval Poland

Author : Maria Dembińska
ISBN : 0812232240
Genre : Cooking
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Lavender vinegar, saffron wafers, chicken baked with prunes, pears stewed with cucumbers and figs . . . there is something wonderfully inviting about the unusual and exotic flavors that came to the medieval Polish table. By turns robust and refined, and capturing all the richness and complexity of Poland in the Middle Ages, this is cookery that flourished at the crossroads of Western and Oriental foodways. This is the first book of its kind in English to explore the fascinating culinary history of medieval Poland. It represents the fruits of a twenty-year collaboration between two distinguished food historians, William Woys Weaver and the late Maria Dembinska. Freely adapted from a pioneering work first published by Dembinska in 1963, this new edition explores the subject of Polish medieval cuisine through archaeology, material culture, and ethnography, along with other perspectives and techniques. Topics examined include not just the personal eating habits of kings, queens, and nobles but also those of the peasants, monks, and other social groups not generally considered in medieval food studies. To appreciate the tastes and textures of medieval Polish cookery, there is simply no better way than to experience the food firsthand. Weaver has included thirty-five carefully reconstructed recipes, from courtier's pottage, a one-pot dinner popular with rich peasants and petty nobles, to game stewed with sauerkraut, to a court dish of baked fruit, to Polish hydromel, an easily made drink flavored with honey and fennel. With ingredients such as rosewater, cucumbers, saffron, and honey, these recipes will intrigue anyone who loves the art of cooking.
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