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Book Review: ‘The Food Industries of Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries’ edited by Derek J. Oddy and Alain Drouard

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From Oyster Ketchup to Roquefort, fish fingers to chicken nuggets, via chocolate and olive oil. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The English in Love: The Intimate Story of an Emotional Revolution’ by Claire Langhammer

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From emotional blackmail to Fifties 'hook-ups', there's little that's new. Read More »

Book Review: If Walls Could Talk: An Intimate History of the Home by Lucy Worsley

An enjoyable read that will add to your trivia collection rather than your historical understanding. Read More »

Book Review: The Me Generation… By Me: Growing Up in the ’60s by Ken Levine

The Me Generation... By Me is a funny, realistic memoir of growing up in the '60s Read More »

Book Review: Words to Eat By: Five Foods and the Culinary History of the English Language by Ina Lipkowitz

Calamari in a trattoria sounds much more appealing than a pan of squid at home. Read More »

Book Review: Fug You – A History of the Counterculture by Ed Sanders

Fugs leader still recalls life in the radical underground during the sixties. Read More »

Book Review: Bob Dylan in America by Sean Wilentz

In Bob Dylan in America Sean Wilentz provides a study of Dylan's influences and source materials and of Dylan himself. Read More »

Book Review: 1969: The Year Everything Changed by Rob Kirkpatrick

Excellent historical account of a year when extraordinary things occurred month by month. Read More »

Book Review: Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography by Robert Rosen

Down the XXX rabbit hole: A veteran editor’s experience inside the pornography industry - from print, to pictorials, to X-rated movies, to phone sex. Read More »

Book Review: Two Cents Plain: My Brooklyn Boyhood by Martin Lemelman

Post-war Brooklyn is the setting as the son of Holocaust survivors shares his graphic memoir of richly-rendered anecdotes, black-and-white drawings, documents, photos, and artifacts. Read More »