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Enjoyed for Generations

Barbara Santich

Enjoyed for Generations
In 1915, Alfred Haigh opened his first Haigh's store in Adelaide's Beehive Building. From this modest beginning, Haigh's Chocolates has thrived to become Australia's oldest family-owned chocolate maker, and a leader in the art of making premium chocolate from the cocoa bean.

The family's fourth generation leads one of the country's most innovative businesses, selling its chocolates in fourteen stores across Australia and online, delighting chocolate lovers around the world.

Enjoyed for Generations tells the Haigh's story.

Praise for Enjoyed for Generations:
'Enjoyed for Generations is good reading ... As you’d expect with publications from Wakefield Press – who IMO are rivalled only by Finlay Lloyd and the Folio Soicety in the beautiful books stakes – the pictures in Enjoyed for Generations are sumptuous.' - Lisa Hill, ANZ Litlovers LitBlog

Barbara Santich is an internationally respected culinary historian and the author of seven books. For many years she taught food history and culture, and food writing, at the University of Adelaide. Her book on Australian eating traditions, Bold Palates: Australia's Gastronomic Heritage (2012), was shortlisted in the Non-fiction category of the 2013 Prime Minister's Literary Awards.

Barbara Santich lives in South Australia and her favourite Haigh's product is chocolate ginger.
Format Jacketed hardback
Size 260 x 210 mm
ISBN 9781743053881
Extent 256 pages
Price: AU$69.95 including GST
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