Food in the United States, Post-world War II Until Today - Food Through History S. (Hardback)Andrew F. Smith (author)
Hardback Published: 01/12/2006
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Studying history has never been so appetizing. Students will examine food and its reflection of social mores in various times and places throughout history. Each volume overviews a significant time period in the curriculum. Narrative chapters cover: Foodstuffs; Food preparation; Eating habits; Food for special occasions; Concepts of diet and nutrition; Food and religious rites; and Period recipes. American food since World War II has been made more processed, refined, and convenient to save consumers and families precious time. This volume describes: conventional family meals at home; junk and fast foods; vegetarianism; obesity and weight issues; and eating away from home more than ever.
Publisher: Greenwood Press
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