Storied Dishes: What Our Family Recipes Tell Us about who We are and where We've Been

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Linda Murray Berzok
ABC-CLIO, 2011 - Cooking - 176 pages
3 Reviews

We are what we eatónot just physiologically, but culturally. This collection of cross-cultural, generational essays, and accompanying recipes shows the profound importance of food dishes within American women's lives.

  

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User Review  - Katterley - Goodreads

So much fun reading the stories behind the recipes--I both laughed and cried. Heartwarming and inspiring to get your own storied dishes! Read full review

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User Review  - Terri - Goodreads

This was an enjoyable collection of essays on the subject of family recipes and how intertwined family and food traditions (or changes to) really can be. This isn't a book that I will necessarily ... Read full review

Contents

Our Foremothers
1
Lost Times and Places
33
Chapter 3 Restoring Balance
61
Chapter 4 Life Lessons
81
Bonding Together
107
Chapter 6 Coming into Our Own
137
Notes
163
Index
165
About the Contributors
169
About the Editor
177
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Linda Murray Berzok is a widely published food writer and historian who holds a masters degree in food studies. Her published works include Greenwood's "American Indian Food".

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