|| Includes papers presented at conference entitled "The table : the material culture and social context of dining in the historical periods," held at University of Sheffield, April 23-25, 2004.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Machine generated contents note: I. The Consumer Revolution & The Development of Taste -- 1. Introduction / James Symonds -- 2. Producing for the Table: A View from the Staffordshire Potteries / David Barker -- 3. Trade Catalogues: Elaborations and Virtual Collections / Christine Ball -- 4. Chocolatada! Sensing the Past: Recreating a 17th-Century Chocolate Recipe / Annie Gray -- II. Elite Feasting & The Cult of Domesticity -- 5. Conspicuous Consumption: How to Organize a Feast / Joan Unwin -- 6. Dining at Endcliffe Hall / Julie Banham -- 7. Privy to the Feast: Eighty to Supper Tonight / Mary C. Beaudry -- 8. Separating the Spheres in Early 19th-Century New York City: Redefining Gender among the Middle Class / Diana diZerega Wall.
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|| Print version record.