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Food What We Eat and How We Eat

by Clarissa Dickson Wright

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An entertaining collection of food writing, stories and anecdotes from throughout the twentieth century. Interesting to see how food writing, food fads and obsessions have changed over the years. ( )
  briantomlin | Nov 15, 2009 |
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This is a collection of the very best writing about food of the last 100 years. This anthology of food covers the classics, such as the French chef Escoffier as well as the modern, such as Jane Grigson. It includes entries from Orwell, Steinbeck and Hemmingway, and the Monty Python's ode to spam!

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