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Apple: A Global History By Janik, E.
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Apple: A Global History By Janik, E.

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Cook
ISBN
9781861898487
Author
Janik, E.
Publisher
GRANTHAM BOOK SERVICES.
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  • Gravenstein, Coe's Golden Drop, Cox's Orange Pippin: the names sound like something from Tolkien or the ingredients of a magic potion. But as befits their magical appellations, apples have transfixed and beguiled humans for thousands of years. Erika Janik explores the importance of a fruit, born in the mountains of Kazakhstan, which has became a favourite almost everywhere. Apples have ...

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    Category Type
    Cook
    ISBN
    9781861898487
    Item EAN
    2724603671167
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    Author
    Janik, E.
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    Publisher
    GRANTHAM BOOK SERVICES.
    Category Type
    Cook
    ISBN
    9781861898487
    Item EAN
    2724603671167
    People
    Author
    Janik, E.
    People
    Publisher
    GRANTHAM BOOK SERVICES.
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    Paperback
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    English
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    • Gravenstein, Coe's Golden Drop, Cox's Orange Pippin: the names sound like something from Tolkien or the ingredients of a magic potion. But as befits their magical appellations, apples have transfixed and beguiled humans for thousands of years. Erika Janik explores the importance of a fruit, born in
    • Gravenstein, Coe's Golden Drop, Cox's Orange Pippin: the names sound like something from Tolkien or the ingredients of a magic potion. But as befits their magical appellations, apples have transfixed and beguiled humans for thousands of years. Erika Janik explores the importance of a fruit, born in the mountains of Kazakhstan, which has became a favourite almost everywhere. Apples have played their part in starting the Trojan War, the discovery of gravity and the settling of America, and you can even use them to predict the future. Apples also make for good drinking, and Janik relates the history of cider in Europe and America. From the Garden of Eden and the wicked queen's apple in the story of Snow White to Johnny Appleseed and the Apple computer, apples have been a universal source of sustenance, health and legend from ancient times to the present. Food and history lovers will devour this surprising history of one of the world's most loved and prolific fruits.
 

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