This humorous blend of historical facts and trivia is a celebration, chronology, pop-cultural history and critical account of the changing world of twentieth-century confectionery. The book also traces patterns of consumption and explores the murky world of the chemistry of sweet manufacturing. ...
|Title||:||Sweet Talk: The Secret History Of Confectionery|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
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Sweet Talk: The Secret History Of Confectionery Reviews
Part history, part giddy memoir. This book is completely unsourced and next to useless in terms of culinary research, but oh boy is it fun to read. It awakened in me a wish to read books on the confectionary industry in other countries, but it's not so easy to find ones in languages I can read. Anyone know Norwegian?Fun fact: the Harvard library system has 21 periodicals (in Hebrew) about the Israeli candy industry!
A quick run through the history of confectionary in the UK in the 20th century.Some sweets/chocolates are a lot older than I'd thought, and it got really interesting for me around the 60s when sweets/chocolates that are no longer available popped up. A bit of a nostalgia trip there, then.
The history of sweets in the UK. Lots of trips down memory lane!