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Title: Food security and why Christmas dinner is in peril
Author(s): Norman, Rachel
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Issue Date: 21-Dec-2016
Date Deposited: 10-Jan-2017
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Norman R (2016) Food security and why Christmas dinner is in peril. The Conversation. 21.12.2016.
Abstract: First paragraph: The Victorians introduced many of the traditions we now associate with the festive season. Along with Christmas cards, crackers, mince pies and Santa Claus himself, they are responsible for the modern day Christmas dinner. While British households would once have had goose or beef at the centre of the table, by the end of the 19th century most were eating turkey. Access this article on The Conversation website:
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