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A Revolution in Eating: How the Quest for Food Shaped America


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James E. McWilliams
9780231129923\9780231129930
Columbia University Press, 2005
Total Pages: 398

Table of Content

Introduction
Chapter 1. Adaptability: The Bittersweet Culinary History of the English West Indies
Chapter 2. Traditionalism: The Greatest Accomplishment of Colonial New England
Chapter 3. Negotiation: Living High and Low on the Hog in the Chesapeake Bay Region
Chapter 4. Wilderness: The Fruitless Search for Culinary Order in Carolina
Chapter 5. Diversity: Refined Crudeness in the Middle Colonies
Chapter 6. Consumption: The British Invasion
Chapter 7. Intoxication: Finding Common Bonds in an Alcoholic Empire
Chapter 8. Revolution: A Culinary Declaration of Independence
  
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