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  • How the Gringos Stole Tequila: The Modern Age of Mexico's Most Traditional Spirit
    Views : 87
    Pages : 304

    by: Chantal Martineau

    Publisher: pChicago Review Press

    Book Description

    A brief glimpse into the increasing gentrification of tequila.

    Widely published food and travel journalist Martineau makes her nonfiction debut with this thoroughly researched study of what appears to be a growing trend in the spirit wo ... more

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    2015-05-01

    ISBN-10: 1613749058

    ISBN-13: 9781613749050

    Language: English

  • Pig Tales: An Omnivore's Quest for Sustainable Meat
    Views : 79
    Pages : 336

    Publisher: pW. W. Norton & Company

    Book Description

    Former Gourmet contributing editor Estabrook (Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit, 2011) presents a journalistic exposé of the pork industry with the same skill demonstr ... more

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    2015-05-04

    ISBN-10: 039324024X

    ISBN-13: 9780393240245

    Language: English

  • They Eat Horses, Don't They?: The Truth About the French
    Views : 235
    Pages : 352

    by: Piu Marie Eatwell

    Publisher: pThomas Dunne Books

    Book Description

    In this debut, Eatwell pulls back the veil on France and French culture, exposing the truth behind 45 myths that have swirled around the French for ages.

    Through research and interviews with countless English and French people, the author ... more

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    2014-12-09

    ISBN-10: 1250053056

    ISBN-13: 9781250053053

    Language: English

  • A Legacy of Sephardic, Mediterranean, and American Recipes
    Views : 204
    Pages : 166

    by: Rachel Almeleh

    Publisher: pLifeRich Publishing

    Book Description

    Almeleh’s cookbook offers a cornucopia of recipes from Sephardic and other cuisines.

    Almeleh’s passion is Sephardic cuisine, food of “Jews who were expelled from Spain during the Inquisition of 1492, many of which were all ... more

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    2015-01-21

    ISBN-10: 1489703454

    ISBN-13: 9781489703453

    Language: English

  • The Modern Savage: Our Unthinking Decision to Eat Animals
    Views : 199
    Pages : 304

    by: James E. McWilliams

    Publisher: pThomas Dunne Books

    Book Description

    McWilliams (History/Texas State Univ.; The Pecan: A History of America’s Native Nut, 2013, etc.) takes issue with the locavore movement, which preaches compassionate care of farm animals on nonindustrial farms but slaughters ... more

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    2015-01-06

    ISBN-10: 1250031192

    ISBN-13: 9781250031198

    Language: English

  • Women, Food, and Desire: Embrace Your Cravings, Make Peace with Food, Reclaim Your Body
    Views : 71
    Pages : 256

    by: Alexandra Jamieson

    Publisher: pGallery Books

    Book Description

    Holistic health counselor and co-star of the award-winning documentary Super Size Me, Jamieson (Vegan Cooking for Dummies, 2010, etc.) tackles the age-old question of what women really want.

    The autho ... more

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    2015-01-06

    ISBN-10: 1476765049

    ISBN-13: 9781476765044

    Language: English

  • Tasty: The Art and Science of What We Eat
    Views : 433
    Pages : 304

    by: John McQuaid

    Publisher: pScribner

    Book Description

    “Pleasure is never very far from aversion; this is a feature of our anatomy and behavior. In the brain, the two closely overlap.” So writes Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist McQuaid (Path of Destruction: The Devastation of New Or ... more

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    2015-01-13

    ISBN-10: 1451685009

    ISBN-13: 9781451685008

    Language: English