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Discriminating Taste : : How Class Anxiety Created The American Food Revolution

Finn, S. Margot, 1981- author. Book - 2017 Adult Book / Nonfiction / Cooking / General / Finn, S. Margot, 394.12 Fi 1 On Shelf No requests on this item

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Introduction : discriminating taste -- 1. Incompatible standards : the four ideals of the food revolution -- 2. Aspirational eating : food and status anxiety in the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era -- 3. No culinary enlightenment : why everything you know about food is wrong -- 4. Anyone can cook : saying yes to meritocracy -- 5. Just mustard : negotiating with food snobbery -- 6. Feeling good about where you shop : sacrifice, pleasure, and virtue -- Conclusion : confronting the soft bigotry of taste.

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PUBLISHED
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, [2017]
Year Published: 2017
Description: vii, 275 pages ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Format: Book

ISBN/STANDARD NUMBER
9780813576862
0813576865
9780813576855
0813576857

SUBJECTS
Food habits -- History.
Food habits -- Economic aspects.
Food consumption -- History.
Food consumption -- Economic aspects.
Food -- Social aspects.
Middle class -- Social life and customs.