Refined Tastes Sugar Confectionery and Consumers in Nineteenth Century America The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science (FREE)
Favorite was probably the ice cream chapter as she s got the best description and analysis of 19th century pleasure gardens there I ve ever seen Immensely usable in any food history class may even use a chapter or two in my ag history clas. Children and other health concerns Yet two hundred years
Woloson s extensive archival research creates a rich and textured account of the uses and meanings of confectionery in the nineteenth century Truly great work of cultural and gender history Explores various 19th century sweets ice cream American consumers today regard sugar as a mundane and some.
Enny candy wedding cakes etc how they were sold where they were eaten Overarching argument is that sweetness came to be allied with femininity and examines the implications of that Each chapter was extremely entertaining and well written my. Times even troublesome substance inked to hyperactivity in.