FOOD FOR THOUGHT
In a society seemingly so obsessed with food – the preparing, eating, sharing and sheer enjoyment of what and how we all eat – the humble kitchen utensil and its evolution is an often overlooked aspect of Britain’s heritage.
Antique and vintage kitchenalia can tell us so much about Britain’s culinary, scientific and innovative past. In ‘Vintage Kitchenalia,’ Emma Kay follows the story, from how cooking evolved from a fire in the middle of the homestead, with a crude container used to boil up every meal.
By investigating the objects themselves, Emma Kay uncovers the rich history of how Britain’s kitchens became so versatile and, as the gadgets increased in availability, how cooking became far more accessible, labour-saving, and even addictive!
And we have three copies of this book to give away – simply enter online by 30th September 2017!
Terms: The first three entrants drawn at random after Saturday 30th September will receive a copy of ‘Vintage Kitchenalia’ by Emma Kay. Please note we can only send to UK addresses.
Closing Date: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2017