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The Bloody History of the Croissant #2020

The Bloody History of the Croissant Foodies and croissant lovers you ll be shocked and intrigued at the true story behind your favourite food Celebrity chef Neil Perry said You will get involved and carried away by it as I have it lea

  • Title: The Bloody History of the Croissant
  • Author: David Halliday
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Bloody History of the Croissant By David Halliday, Foodies and croissant lovers, you ll be shocked and intrigued at the true story behind your favourite food.Celebrity chef Neil Perry said You will get involved and carried away by it as I have, it leaves me wanting for and I know when I take a bite of my next croissant that memories of this terrific read will flood back An easy and delightful read for all audiencesFoodies and croissant lovers, you ll be shocked and intrigued at the true story behind your favourite food.Celebrity chef Neil Perry said You will get involved and carried away by it as I have, it leaves me wanting for and I know when I take a bite of my next croissant that memories of this terrific read will flood back An easy and delightful read for all audiences.The history of the croissant is a tale of battle, blood and death It s intertwining saga begins over five thousand years ago in ancient Sumeria before sweeping off to Mesopotamia, Babylon, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Byzantium and Vienna.Follow its fascinating journey through battles, siege and heroism to its modern, well loved incarnation This is a history you will not easily forget and it is sure to make you look at the flaky crescent shaped pastry in a completely new light.

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    1. The title would have you think that this book is 100% croissants Not so It s an elegantly researched history lesson that begins in Byzantium and weaves back and forth throughout the bloody siege of Vienna in 1529 before arriving in modern day Europe Along the way, we learn about the potency of the crescent moon as a symbol, the ways in which that symbol was stolen and or traded between cultures throughout the first and second millenia AD, the rise of the baker from an everyday occupation into a [...]

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