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Food in the United States, 1820s-1890 (Food in American History) Hardcover – August 30, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-0313332456 ISBN-10: 0313332452 Edition: 1st

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"Williams illustrates the impact that technological changes and inventions have had on the American home cook from 1820 to 1890. From apple peelers to the advent of the stove industry and the transport of foodstuffs on rail lines, American food preparation, service, and consumption was transformed. This book, part of the Food in American History series, will benefit high school students and general readers looking for a simply written overview and comprehensive introduction to the subject. The selected bibliography provides directions for further reading, and one can consult the index for specific foodstuffs or cooking devices….[t]his work's concentration on the broad areas of foodstuffs, preparation, regional foods, eating habits, and dietary and nutritional concepts makes it a well-focused look at the subject. Libraries with similar books would do well to add it if they could benefit from a title that could be used by YAs. Recommended for medium and larger public libraries."

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"Williams discusses the impacts of technology and inventions on home cooking between 1820 and 1890, when new gadgets, innovative stoves, and long-range transport of foods via rail lines changed how food was prepared and served and altered eating habits and food consumption. This book is an interesting, easy-to-read chronicle on foodways in the US. It relates how food trends were affected by innovations in preservation such as canning; in cooking methods as affected by equipment and cook stoves; by regionalism and immigration; and by mores of the times. The drawings add to the book, as do the citations taken from original texts and cookbooks. Suitable for high school students as well as public libraries. Recommended. General readers; lower-division undergraduates; faculty and researchers; professionals; two-year technical program students."

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This volume is indispensable for understanding this period in American history and the consumer culture today, through its survey of inventions and new technology, the beginnings of classic American food brands, regional foodways, and diet fads.


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