Icons of American Cooking
Before 1946 and the advent of the first television cooking show, James Beard's "I Love to Eat," not many Americans were familiar with the finer aspects of French cuisine. Today, food in the United States has experienced multiple revolutions, having received--and embraced--influences from not only Europe, but cultures ranging from the Far East to Latin America. This expansion of America's appreciation for food is largely the result of a number of well-known food enthusiasts who forever changed how we eat.
"Icons of American Cooking" examines the giants of American food, cooking, and cuisine through 24 biographical profiles of contemporary figures, covering all regions, cooking styles, and ethnic origins. This book fills a gap by providing behind-the-scenes insights into the biggest names in American food, past and present.
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Icons of American CookingUser Review - Lisa A. Ennis - Book Verdict
Part of the "Greenwood Icons" series, this volume takes a brief and basic look at 26 food standouts (the preface says 24, but two of the chapters cover two people). The series has three requirements ... Read full review
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