|CHOCOLATE SOUP AND CUTLERY IN A CASE: THE CULTURE OF EATING IN 18TH-CENTURY CARNIOLA
CHOCOLATE SOUP AND CUTLERY IN A CASE: THE CULTURE OF EATING IN 18TH-CENTURY CARNIOLA
The article describes the development of eating habits among Carniolan nobility in the 18th century and is based on an analysis of heritage inventories in Carniola between 1771 and 1780. The author shows what cutlery, kitchenware materials and vessels for various warm drinks were used by Carniolan nobility. In addition, dining and food serving methods are presented, together with the differences among the various serving methods for individual guests; an insight into cookery books is also provided.
Alenka HREN MEDVED