Words to Eat by
five foods and the culinary history of the English language
Fruit and apples : "Dare to say what you call apple"
Leeks : weeds or vegetables? : "If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em"
Milk and dairy : "Stone Age Brits got milk"
Meat : "Forty pounds of meat
or no less than sixty"
Bread : "Give us this day our daily bread"
The return of the native, pr, "Who killed Gourmet magazine?"
Notable events in the history of English food words
From Library Staff
English food words tell a remarkable story about the evolution of our language and culinary history, revealing a collision of cultures from the time Caesar first arrived on British shores to the present day. Words to Eat By explores the stories behind five of our most basic food words, words whic... Read More »
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