The food programme, how our hunger has changed the past, present and future
Class no: 641.3009
Publisher: BBC Books
Food shapes our present, our past and our future, and it opens a window on humanity's many cultures and histories. It has been a weapon, an art form, a tool of revolution, an engine of social change, but also a bringer of pure happiness and companionship. In the first official book from BBC Radio 4's hit series 'The Food Programme,' Alex Renton tells the stories of 13 key staples such as spice, oil, cocoa, bread and tomatoes, exploring their rich history.
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