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Slow Food Nation:...
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taylor cocalis taylor cocalis said: "although the translation makes the writing seem verbose at times, there are some brilliant messages within the pages:
- gastronomy is not a stomach disease, but rather an important science linked to anyone who eats food
- in addition, gastronomy is NOT...more
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The United States of Arugula by David Kamp
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juicy gossip and interesting history on how the us became a "gourmet" nation.
Best Thing I Ever Tasted by Sallie Tisdale
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history, economics, geography, culture, personal anecdotes, pleasure. . .this book has it all.
Food Politics by Marion Nestle
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excellent information and insight as to why the food industry is the way that it is today, but not necessarily an easy or light read.
What to Eat by Marion Nestle
What to Eat
by Marion Nestle
read in October, 2006
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Holy Cows and Hog Heaven by Joel Salatin
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joel tells it like it is.
Jamie's Italy by Jamie Oliver
Jamie's Italy
by Jamie Oliver
read in January, 2006
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magnificent photographs and fantastic stories to prove, once again, that the pleasures of food extend far beyond just the food.
My Life in France by Julia Child
My Life in France
by Julia Child
read in March, 2007
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julia's love of food and life is infectious. read this to smile, to learn, and to be inspired. simply lovely.
Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
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Setting the Table by Danny Meyer
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an uplifting and enlightening guide to the pleasures of hospitality.
The Real Food Revival by Sherri Brooks Vinton
The Real Food Revival: Aisle by Aisle, Morsel by Morsel
by Sherri Brooks Vinton
recommended for: anyone who looks forward to july for a real tomato
read in January, 2007
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fun, approachable and fantastic resource of food information. you can't help but fall in love with sherri. her enthusiasm for food - real, good food - is contagious.
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