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A Christian History of Food and Culture (Reforming Food & Family Audio Collection)

William Potter

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ISBN 10: 1937460371 / ISBN 13: 9781937460372
Published by Vision Forum, 2012
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Title: A Christian History of Food and Culture (...

Publisher: Vision Forum

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Audio CD

Book Condition:Good

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Food is far more than fuel, as it forms a basis for fellowship and illustrates our core commitments about life. By examining the history of food, we learn what is important to various cultures, and the details are telling: The way a people eats reflects their philosophy on pleasure, social interaction, family life, and even conquest.

In A Christian History of Food and Culture, historian Bill Potter, Professor Joshua Appel, and noted French chef Francis Foucachon give an intriguing and informative survey of the role that food has played in past cultures. You will learn about the history of food as it pertains to warfare, revolutions, feasts and famines, and French cuisine, as well as the epic histories of two world-changing beverages: coffee and tea.

7 audio CDs include:

Eat This Book: Lessons from the History of Food in the Bible by Joshua Appel

A History of Feasts and Famines, Blessings and Curses by Bill Potter

On Its Stomach: The History of Keeping Armies in the Field by Bill Potter

Tea: The Leaf That Changed History Twice by Bill Potter

Bread: The Food That Ended the Roman Empire and Caused the French Revolution by Bill Potter

Coffee: The Epic History of a Commodity by Joshua Appel

Everything You Wanted to Know about Starting Your Own Restaurant by Chef Francis Foucachon

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