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Food in Vogue

Author : Vogue
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Food in Vogue

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A former consulting food editor for Vogue magazine shares many delectable gourmet recipes which reflect the individuality of American improvisations on classic European techniques, with celebrity menus, specialties, and practical tidbits

Food in Vogue

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Food in Vogue

Author : Barbara Tims
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Food in Vogue

Author : Barbara Tims
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Women s Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain 1940s 2000s

Author : Forster Laurel Forster
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Foregrounds the diversity of periodicals, fiction and other printed matter targeted at women in the postwar periodForegrounds the diversity and the significance of print cultures for women in the postwar period across periodicals, fiction and other printed matterExamines changes and continuities as women's magazines have moved into digital formatsHighlights the important cultural and political contexts of women's periodicals including the Women's Liberation Movement and SocialismExplores the significance of women as publishers, printers and editorsWomen's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000s draws attention to the wide range of postwar print cultures for women. The collection spans domestic, cultural and feminist magazines and extends to ephemera, novels and other printed matter as well as digital magazine formats. The range of essays indicates both the history of publishing for women and the diversity of readers and audiences over the mid-late twentieth century and the early twenty-first century in Britain. The collection reflects in detail the important ways in magazines and printed matter contributed to, challenged, or informed British women's culture. A range of approaches, including interview, textual analysis and industry commentary are employed in order to demonstrate the variety of ways in which the impact of postwar print media may be understood.

Food in Health and Disease

Author : Isaac Burney Yeo
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A Fair Examination and Criticism of All the Medical Systems in Vogue

Author : Alva Curtis
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A Content Analysis of the Fashion Magazines Rags and Vogue June 1970 June 1971

Author : Susan Beth Taggart
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Practical Trapping A Description Of The Methods In Vogue For The Destruction Of Vermin

Author : W. Carnegie
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This early works is an informative look at the subject of Trapping. Contents include: Rabbits, Hares, Wood Pigeons and Winged Vermon, Ground Vermin, Permanent Traps, Rats, Moles, Voles, Mice & Sparrows, The use of the "Naked Trap", Otters, Badgers, & Foxes. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

The Modern Art of Cookery Improved Or Elegant Cheap and Easy Methods of Preparing Most of the Dishes Now in Vogue To which is Added an Appendix Containing a Dissertation on the Different Kinds of Food Their Nature Quality and Various Uses By a Physician And a Marketing Manual and Other Particulars by the Editor

Author : Ann SHACKLEFORD
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Vogue

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Sources on the History of Women s Magazines 1792 1960

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The most comprehensive bibliography available on historical sources for popular women's magazines, this work is based on twelve years of research by Zuckerman. She focuses on a wide range of topics, providing primary as well as secondary sources from 1792 to 1960. The volume also features special sections on specific women's journals, exhaustive subject and author indexes, and descriptions of manuscript collections. Descriptive and analytical annotations are supplied for each entry. This is an important resource for professionals, students, and scholars in media, women's history, advertising, and business.

Rebuilding the Foodshed

Author : Philip Ackerman-Leist
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Droves of people have turned to local food as a way to retreat from our broken industrial food system. From rural outposts to city streets, they are sowing, growing, selling, and eating food produced close to home—and they are crying out for agricultural reform. All this has made "local food" into everything from a movement buzzword to the newest darling of food trendsters. But now it's time to take the conversation to the next level. That's exactly what Philip Ackerman-Leist does in Rebuilding the Foodshed, in which he refocuses the local-food lens on the broad issue of rebuilding regional food systems that can replace the destructive aspects of industrial agriculture, meet food demands affordably and sustainably, and be resilient enough to endure potentially rough times ahead. Changing our foodscapes raises a host of questions. How far away is local? How do you decide the size and geography of a regional foodshed? How do you tackle tough issues that plague food systems large and small—issues like inefficient transportation, high energy demands, and rampant food waste? How do you grow what you need with minimum environmental impact? And how do you create a foodshed that's resilient enough if fuel grows scarce, weather gets more severe, and traditional supply chains are hampered? Showcasing some of the most promising, replicable models for growing, processing, and distributing sustainably grown food, this book points the reader toward the next stages of the food revolution. It also covers the full landscape of the burgeoning local-food movement, from rural to suburban to urban, and from backyard gardens to large-scale food enterprises.

History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Japan and in Japanese Cookbooks and Restaurants outside Japan 701 CE to 2014

Author : William Shurtleff
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The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject, with 445 photographs and illustrations. Plus an extensive index.

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Food and Femininity in Twentieth Century British Women s Fiction

Author : Professor Andrea Adolph
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In her feminist intervention into the ways in which British women novelists explore and challenge the limitations of the mind-body binary historically linked to constructions of femininity, Andrea Adolph examines female characters in novels by Barbara Pym, Angela Carter, Helen Dunmore, Helen Fielding, and Rachel Cusk. Adolph focuses on how women's relationships to food (cooking, eating, serving) are used to locate women's embodiment within the everyday and also reveal the writers' commitment to portraying a unified female subject. For example, using food and food consumption as a lens highlights how women writers have used food as a trope that illustrates the interconnectedness of sex and gender with issues of sexuality, social class, and subjectivity-all aspects that fall along a continuum of experience in which the intellect and the physical body are mutually complicit. Historically grounded in representations of women in periodicals, housekeeping and cooking manuals, and health and beauty books, Adolph's theoretically informed study complicates our understanding of how women's social and cultural roles are intricately connected to issues of food and food consumption.

The rising costs of nutritious foods The case of Ethiopia

Author : Bachewe, Fantu Nisrane
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Costs of healthy diets are worryingly rising in a number of developed and emerging economies. However, less is known on these costs for developing countries. Using price data from a large number of markets in Ethiopia, we find that real prices of all nutritionally-rich food groups increased significantly (between 19 and 62 percent) over the period 2007 to 2016. This contrasts with (1) staple crops (grains, roots, and tubers), which did not show any price increase, and (2) oils, fats, and sugar, the prices of which decreased substantially. Using detailed nationwide datasets and relying on time series methods, we link these price increases to changes in local markets, demand and supply factors, transaction costs, and international trade. We find that prices of nutritionally-rich food groups – compared to cereals – are relatively less affected by international trade and exchange rate changes but more so by rapidly increasing local and city demand. This rising demand is likely due to recent income growth and rapid urbanization and the high-income elasticities for nutritious foods in Ethiopia. Moreover, we find that local production changes affected prices of nutritious items little, but national price rises were found to have been significantly linked with food price rises in commercial clusters in the country. Changes in transaction costs – fuel and transport costs – explained relatively little of the observed food price changes.

National Food Review

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Food City Four Centuries of Food Making in New York

Author : Joy Santlofer
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A 2017 James Beard Award Nominee: From the breweries of New Amsterdam to Brooklyn’s Sweet’n Low, a vibrant account of four centuries of food production in New York City. New York is hailed as one of the world’s “food capitals,” but the history of food-making in the city has been mostly lost. Since the establishment of the first Dutch brewery, the commerce and culture of food enriched New York and promoted its influence on America and the world by driving innovations in machinery and transportation, shaping international trade, and feeding sailors and soldiers at war. Immigrant ingenuity re-created Old World flavors and spawned such familiar brands as Thomas’ English Muffins, Hebrew National, Twizzlers, and Ronzoni macaroni. Food historian Joy Santlofer re-creates the texture of everyday life in a growing metropolis—the sound of stampeding cattle, the smell of burning bone for char, and the taste of novelties such as chocolate-covered matzoh and Chiclets. With an eye-opening focus on bread, sugar, drink, and meat, Food City recovers the fruitful tradition behind today’s local brewers and confectioners, recounting how food shaped a city and a nation.