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Posted February 4, 2000
A Potent Soporific
This book's tongue-in-cheek title led me to expect an informative and entertaining history of one of the world's great foods. I discovered, rather, an informative but tediously boring history of the rural peasantry of Ireland, England and France during the 18th and 19th centuries. I can only recommend this book as a soporific potent enough to cure the most pernicious case of insomnia. If you get enough sleep, don't bother.
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Posted February 15, 2014
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