About this book
In today's world it's easy to get what we desire to eat in our 24-hour consumer society. But where and how did these everyday recipes come from? This book features 100 essays, taking the reader logically and chronologically through the history of food and cooking, each with an accompanying recipe. Answers questions such as: When was bread first produced? When did we start using herbs and spices? Who invented spaghetti? and What was the first mass-produced meal? *Also appeared in March Buyer's Notes*
The ingredients, cooks, techniques and tools that have shaped our love of food.
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