In this wry, audacious and absorbing consideration of the history of food in this country in the last 150 years, Colin Bannerman spares no dish, no recipe and no chef that captures his attention.This was a huge improvement over the open fireplace and primitive a#39;colonial ovena#39; (which was not much more than a box ... The great battle of cooking technology did not involve burning wood. ... de rigueura with the incidental benefit of giving a sudden boost to demand for oven cleaners and a#39;self-cleaninga#39; ovens. ... Bottom: The Frigidaire electric range of the 1960s was advertised with the promise of a#39;cleaner automatic cookinga#39;. new; it had long been known as a convenient way.
|Title||:||Seed Cake and Honey Prawns|
|Publisher||:||National Library Australia - 2008|