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What Caesar Did for My Salad: Not to Mention…
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What Caesar Did for My Salad: Not to Mention the Earl's Sandwich,… (original 2010; udgave 2010)

af Albert Jack (Forfatter)

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Why do we eat goose (or turkey) at Christmas? Who was the original Earl Grey and what sauce was inspired by Parliament? Is the Scotch egg actually from Scotland and what did some retired crusaders have to do with French toast? Albert Jack tells the strange tales behind our favourite dishes and drinks and where they come from (not to mention their unusual creators).… (mere)
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Titel:What Caesar Did for My Salad: Not to Mention the Earl's Sandwich, Pavlova's Meringue and Other Curious Stories Behind Our Favourite Food
Forfattere:Albert Jack (Forfatter)
Info:Particular Books (2010), Edition: First Edition, 368 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Food, History

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Enjoyable potpourri of food facts: the origin of dishes and recipes, sorting myth from fact. ( )
  DramMan | Mar 10, 2021 |
'The bizarre and brilliant stories behind our favourite dishes'
By sally tarbox on 15 September 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Mildly interesting selection of food facts. Foods named after celebs, chefs, famous events... Etymology of 'food based' phrases - worth his salt, cheesed off etc. And the history of foodstuffs from the introduction of the potato to the 'British balti.'
Good book to browse through. ( )
  starbox | Sep 14, 2017 |
Interesting book filled with fun food facts. ( )
  mlake | Apr 28, 2015 |
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Why do we eat goose (or turkey) at Christmas? Who was the original Earl Grey and what sauce was inspired by Parliament? Is the Scotch egg actually from Scotland and what did some retired crusaders have to do with French toast? Albert Jack tells the strange tales behind our favourite dishes and drinks and where they come from (not to mention their unusual creators).

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