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Response to Review of Setting the Table for Julia Child: Gourmet Dining in America, 1934–1961

Professor Maggie Andrews has introduced a helpful comparative approach to my study of the rise of gourmet dining in the United States, while raising questions about issues of gender, class, national identity, and the role of media in the adoption of new foodways. As she points out, the interest in French cuisine that emerged inContinue reading “Response to Review of Setting the Table for Julia Child: Gourmet Dining in America, 1934–1961”