By Katherine Leonard Turner
Relevant to readers throughout a number disciplines—history, economics, sociology, city reports, women’s reviews, and meals studies—this paintings fills a tremendous hole in historic literature by way of illustrating how households skilled foodstuff and cooking throughout the so-called age of abundance. Turner offers a fascinating portrait that exhibits how America’s operating type, in a large number of how, has formed the meals we devour today.
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How the Other Half Ate: A History of Working-Class Meals at the Turn of the Century (California Studies in Food and Culture) by Katherine Leonard Turner