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Let's cook History: Revolution in Eating by Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle

Lets Cook History is an entertaining and informative five part series exploring the origins of European cooking and eating habits. Each episode reconstructs a famous meal on from a different period in history, depicting the evolution of tastes, customs and world trades that have shaped the contemporary cuisine.

Revolution in Eating
The French Revolution in 1789 had a major impact on French society, as it meant the end of an era of absolute monarchy. Old ideas of hierarchy and power were replaced by new ones, including the emergence of the bourgeoisie. Of course, these social changed left its trails in the culinary world. As is shown in this episode, Paris was the birthplace of the first restaurants where the Nouveaux Riches wined and dined.

Director
Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle
Copyright Holder
Eyeworks Belgium NV
Duration
51 min.
Year of release
2006
Language
English

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