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directeur de publicationJacobs, Marc ; Scholliers, Peter
titleEating out in Europe : picnics, gourmet dining and snacks since the late eighteenth century. 7th Colloquium, International commission for research into European food history, Alden Biesen, october 2001
publisherOxford (GBR) : Berg
pagesXIII-411 p.

Contributions (8)

ContributionVaut ou ne vaut pas le détour. Conviviality, custom(er)s and public places of new taste since the late eighteenth centuryAuthor : Jacobs, Marc ; Scholliers, Peterp. 1-15
ContributionEating out before the restaurant. Dining culture in early-modern innsAuthor : Kümin, Beatp. 71-87
ContributionThe picnic in nineteenth-century France. A social event involving food : booth a necessity and a form of entertainmentAuthor : Csergo, Julia (1954-....)p. 139-159
ContributionThe French novel and luxury eating in the nineteenth centuryAuthor : Becker, Karinp. 199-214
ContributionEscoffier, Bocuse et (surtout) les autres... Towards a history of cooks in France in the nineteenth and twentieth centuriesAuthor : Drouard, Alainp. 215-228
ContributionEating in the public sphere in the nineteenth and twentieth centuriesAuthor : Mennell, Stephenp. 245-260
ContributionTechnological innovations and eating out as a mass phenomenon in EuropeAuthor : Den Hartog, Adel P.p. 263-280
ContributionEating out during the workday. Consumption and working habits among urban labourers in France in the second half of the nineteenth centuryAuthor : Lhuissier, Annep. 337-349