Issue Details: First known date: 2014 2014
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'Writers of Australian history, including food history, typically present the same negative stereotypes of colonial eating habits with little attempt at holistically examining and explaining the context and circumstances informing food choices in the period. Nor has there been significant challenge to these unsavoury representations. This paper looks at how social class may have influenced period reportage on the cookery and eating practices in Australia in the nineteenth century with particular reference to meat consumption. ' (Publication abstract)

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