Harvest of the cold months: the social history of ice and ices

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Viking, May 1, 1995 - Cooking - 413 pages
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User Review  - mcglothlen - LibraryThing

I shouldn't probably rate this one. I have to admit I've never finished it. It's a little... well... really NOT meaning to be clever here: her writing style is a little chilly. A little academic. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - herschelian - LibraryThing

An amazingly scholarly work by the much revered cookery writer; The complete (and I do mean COMPLETE) history of how humans began to use ice to preserve and enhance food, and finally how they came to eat ice cream. Fascinating and informative. Read full review

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Florence
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Tales from Turkey
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Perpetual Snow
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