1 edition of Food in the air and space found in the catalog.
Food in the air and space
Foss, Richard (Food historian)
Written in English
In the history of cooking, there has been no more challenging environment than those craft in which humans took to the skies. The tale begins with meals aboard balloons and zeppelins, where cooking was accomplished below explosive bags of hydrogen, ending with space station dinners that were cooked thousands of miles below. This book is the first to chart that history worldwide, exploring the intricacies of inflight dining from 1783 to the present day, aboard balloons, zeppelins, land-based aircraft and flying boats, jets, and spacecraft. It charts the ways in which commercial travelers were lured to try flying with the promise of familiar foods, explains the problems of each aerial environment and how chefs, engineers, and flight crew adapted to them, and tells the stories of pioneers in the field. Hygiene and sanitation were often difficult, and cultural norms and religious practices had to be taken into account. The history is surprising and sometimes humorous--at times some ridiculous ideas were tried, and airlines offered some strange meals to try to attract passengers. It"s an engrossing story with quite a few twists and turns, and this first book on the subject tells it with a light touch.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-224) and index.
|Series||Food on the go series, Food on the go series|
|LC Classifications||GT2850 .F69 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 233 pages|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2014025113|
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Richard Foss’ book Food in the Air & Space is remarkable for not only telling the remarkable history and strategy story of cuisine above the clouds, but in an unexpected parallel intricacy weaves the tale of commercial flight and the passenger experience. From the first meal served in a balloon to French aristocracy, gourmet meals aboard the Graf Zeppelin & the Pan Am Clippers to the more prosaic /5(10).
Richard Foss' Food in The Air and Space: The Surprising History of Food and Drink in The Skies explores the fascinating history of culinary fare off the earth, the adventures, the mechanics of in air cooking, and serving, and the characters who pursued good food and drink in the airThe book is well illustrated with posters, menus, maps, and photographs of "stewardesses" and pilots in their /5(10).
In the early days of commercial flight, a passenger could expect a thermos of coffee and a ham sandwich or cold fried chicken for lunch, and might have to pay for it. By the days of space flight, things were surprisingly similar -- astronaut John Young smuggled a corned beef sandwich aboard Gemini /5.
Food in the Air and Space Food in the Air and Space Ever since air travel began, it has been a challenge to feed those traveling in the sky.
This book discusses various methods of airborne food preparation from onwards and from regions around the world. The tale begins with meals aboard balloons and zeppelins, where cooking was accomplished below explosive bags of hydrogen, ending with space station dinners that were cooked thousands of miles below/5(23).
The tale begins with meals aboard balloons and zeppelins, where cooking was accomplished below explosive bags of hydrogen, ending with space station dinners that were cooked thousands of miles below. This book is the first to chart that history worldwide, exploring the intricacies of inflight dining from to the present day, aboard balloons, zeppelins, land-based aircraft and flying boats, jets, and spacecraft.
Food in space. Eating food in space is not as easy as it is on Earth. In space, objects are weightless, so food on a plate would float away and drinks in a glass would form large, floating droplets. For this reason, food and drinks for astronauts have to be carefully packaged.
During the Mercury program, astronauts' food often came in tubes or bite-sized cubes. The food that NASA's early astronauts had to eat in space is a testament to their fortitude.
John Glenn, America's first man to eat anything in the near-weightless environment of Earth orbit, found the task of eating fairly easy, but found the menu to be : Barry Logan: Msfc. - Buy Food in the Air and Space: The Surprising History of Food and Drink in the Skies (Food on the Go) book online at best prices in India on Read Food in the Air and Space: The Surprising History of Food and Drink in the Skies (Food on the Go) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(7).
Strategic Studies Quarterly (SSQ) and the Air and Space Power Journal (ASPJ) publish book reviews to inform readers and enhance the content of articles in the journals. Food in the Air and Space by Richard Foss () A very comprehensive, completely enjoyable and smartly written historical romp covering a panoply of airborne gustatory experiences, from the Montgolfier Brothers' champagne celebration in their hot air balloon, right up to the exigencies of raising a toast in space with bags of recycled fluids, and most everything in between.
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This book explores the history of food in flight from hydrogen balloons to the space station: what was served, how and w Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
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