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Subscribe via Email If you're not receiving email notifications of new posts, subscribe by entering your email DeWitt includes Wikipedia among his sources, which might cause some to look askance, but the reader can follow the references and come to his own conclusion. And speaking of conclusions, as a researcher of food history I found that I did not agree with all of DeWitt's assertions, but it is not suprising that opinions would differ among food history devotees. Overall, the information is quite worthwhile, and for us culinary historians the reading of it is like visiting old friends.
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