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Preamble                                       http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page92.php

Preface                                          http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page93.php                          


Hospitality symbol                          http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page306.php

Main aspects of the book                 http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page25.php



Chapter 1   INTRODUCTION  here

 
Some reasons for conducting the research           
           
            Assertions      
            The Literature Gap    
           
Methodology and Resources
           
            Methodology  
            The Literature            
            Personal Communications
 
Gastronomy  
 
Economy, Agriculture and the Diet                  
 
 

Chapter 2   FOOD AND SOCIETY here
 
The Necessity of a Food Surplus   
 
The Civilizing Process         
           
            Meaning      
            Courtesy      
            Civility            
            Civilization    
 
Culture and Cookery
 
The Civilization of the Scottish Table         
 
            Before Courtesy       
            Chivalry before Courtesy     
            Civility
            Civilization    
 
 

Chapter 3   SOCIAL CONTROL here
 
Preview of Social Control and Agriculture
 
The Food Supply and Social Control         
 
Control of the Use of Alcohol        
 
            ‘You will have a wee dram?’           
            Temperance and Legal Controls   
           
Hospitality and Social Control        
 
            Introduction   
            A Little History 
            A Little Orgasm       
            A Little Economics   
            Much Reciprocity     
            A Model of Hospitality    http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page300.php       
               Sample  not in etext      http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page298.php
            Scottish Hospitality  
 
 

Chapter 4   THE AGRI-CULTURE OF SCOTLAND   here
 
Introduction   
 
Climate        
 
Scottish Agriculture and Social Control of the Food Supply      
 
            The Labour System 
            Cottagers     
            Crofters    
            Cottars     
            Other Grades of Farm Servants     
            The Agricultural Community
            The “Four-footed Clansmen”       
            The Landlords and Chieftains      
            Conclusion 
   
Appendix - General Review of the Agriculture of
the Counties of Roxburgh and Selkirk       
 
 

Chapter 5   FOOD ON THE TABLE  here    
 
 
Introduction 
 
Food on the Plate    
 
            Kail             http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page303.php
            The Turnip  
            The Potato         
            Fish   
            Pork            http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page271.php 
            The Haggis   http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page303.php
            Mutton
 
 
Some aspects of influence and usage      
 
            A Selection of Feasts and Festivals         
                       
                        Shrove Tuesday   
                        Beltane          
                        Hogmanay    
 
            The Auld Alliance  
 
Life in a Scotch Sitting Room [to be added]  [taste via   http://www.nightgarden.com/ivor2.htm 
 


Chapter 6   DRINK IN THE GLASS    here
 
Introduction      
 
The Drinking Scot   
 
Drink in Scotland as viewed by J. Dunlop 
 
            Savage Hospitality                                                                           
 
Claret: the Prince of Social Beverages   
 
The Inordinate Love of Whisky
 
The Scottish Public House  
 
From Cradle to the Grave      http://www.gastronomyafharrison.co.uk/page305.php 
 
Appendix 1    Scots Proverbs           
 
Appendix 2    Glossary      
 
 
 
Chapter 7      THE SCOTTISH SELF-IDENTITY   here
 
Uses of the Research     
 
Goody, Elias and Braudel 
 
Economy, Land and Control 
 
The Scottish Self-Identity     
 
 
 
CHAPTER NOTES    They cannot be processed at present.
 
 
 
 BIBLIOGRAPHY      here


                                                                                  
 
 
 
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