Beyond Bratwurst : a history of food in Germany / Ursula Heinzelmann.
Heinzelmann, Ursula (författare)
- ISBN 9781780232720
- Publicerad: London : Reaktion Books, 2014
- Engelska 384 pages
Serie: Foods and nations.
- German food : a complex dish -- From gruel to sourdough bread : the neolithic, bronze and iron ages -- Fresh meat and Lac concretum : the Roman age, 1st century BC to 5th century AD -- Christianity, social stratification and medicine : the early Middle Ages, 5th to 11th century -- Luxurious feasts and terrible famine : the high Middle Ages, 11th to 14th century -- Butterbrot and saffron : the late Middle Ages, 14th and 15th centuries -- German food writing : the early modern period, 1500 to 1648 -- Coffee, sugar and potatoes, 1648 to 1815 -- Potatoes without salt and soup kitchens : pauperism, 1815 to 1871 -- Stock cubes and baking powder : the industrialization of food, 1871 to 1914 -- Hope and hunger, Vollkornbrot and Swedes, 1914 to 1949 -- Kasslerrollen and Toast Hawaii : post-war indulgence, east and west, 1949 to 1990 -- Spaghetti and rouladen : regionality in a globalized world, reunified Germany since 1990.
- "Ask about German food and most people think of beer and sausage, or pretzels and Limburger cheese. However, the 82 million inhabitants of modern-day Germany do not all live exclusively on Oktoberfest fare. In fact, as in most modern countries, Germans have a long tradition of taking outside influences into their cuisine, and there is a wide variety of food eaten within the various regions of the country. Beyond Bratwurst traces the many traditions that have combined to form German food today. From their earliest beginnings, food and cooking in Germany have been marked by geographic and climatic differences between north and south, as well as continuous cultural influences from bordering countries. The book shows that the openness and receptiveness Germans have shown towards these influences have resulted in the frequent reinvention of their cuisine, and a food culture with a remarkable flexibility. The regional variations of today are based as much on political, cultural and socioeconomic history as on geography: the story of German food includes the back-to-the-land movement of the late nineteenth century and the development of modern mass-market products by Justus von Liebig and Dr Oetker, as well as rationing and shortages under the Nazis, post-war hunger and divisions between East and West. Beyond Bratwurst describes who eats what, how, where and when in Germany, telling the stories of many German specialities such as beer, stollen, rye bread and lebkuchen, as well as more surprising German favourites." --Publisher's description.
- Mat -- historia -- Tyskland (sao)
- Food habits -- Germany -- History. (LCSH)
- Food -- Germany -- History. (LCSH)
- Cooking, German -- History. (LCSH)
- Food industry and trade -- Germany -- History. (LCSH)
- Food habits -- Social aspects -- Germany -- History. (LCSH)
- Food habits -- Germany -- Psychological aspects -- History. (LCSH)
- Diet. (MeSH)
- Küche. (gnd)
- Kochen. (gnd)
- Ernährung. (gnd)
- Essgewohnheit. (gnd)
- Ess- und Trinksitte. (gnd)
- Cooking, German. (fast)
- Food. (fast)
- Food habits. (fast)
- Food industry and trade. (fast)
- Food habits -- Psychological aspects. (fast)
- Food habits -- Social aspects. (fast)
- Germany. (LCSH)
- Deutschland. (gnd)
- Germany. (fast)
- History. (fast)
- GT2853.G3 (LCC)
- TX360.G3 (LCC)
- 641.30094309 (DDC)
- 394.120943 (DDC)
- Qca (kssb/8 (machine generated))
- Mxk (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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