American Food: A Not-so-serious History

byRachel WhartonIllustratorKimberly Ellen Hall

October 8, 2019|
American Food: A Not-so-serious History by Rachel Wharton
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A clever and whimsical illustrated history of 26 iconic American foods, from Ambrosia to Zucchini Bread 
 
This captivating and surprising tour of America’s culinary canon celebrates the variety, charm, and occasionally dubious lore of the foods we love to eat, as well as the under-sung heroes who made them. Every chapter, organized from A to Z, delves into the history of a classic dish or ingredient, most so common we take them for granted. These distinctly American foods, from Blueberries and Fortune Cookies to Pepperoni, Hot Wings, Shrimp and Grits, Queso, and yes, even Xanthan Gum, have rich and complex back stories that are often hidden in plain sight, lost to urban myth and misinformation. American Food: A Not-So-Serious History digs deep to tell the compelling tales of some of our most ordinary foods and what they say about who we are—and who, perhaps, we are becoming. 
 
Rachel Wharton is a James Beard Award-winning food writer. Wharton is the author of Edible Brooklyn: The Cookbook and co-author of Korean Home Cooking and F*ck, That’s Delicious with Action Bronson. She lives in New York. Kimberly Ellen Hall is an award-winning artist and art professor with a thriving illustration, print, and pat...
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Title:American Food: A Not-so-serious History
Format:Hardcover
Product dimensions:176 pages, 8.25 X 5.5 X 0.85 in
Shipping dimensions:176 pages, 8.25 X 5.5 X 0.85 in
Published:October 8, 2019
Publisher:Abrams Image
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781419738142

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