• Eating Korea

    Eating Korea

    Holliday, Graham

    A British journalist who lived in Korea in the 1990s chronicles his return in 2015, when he found the culinary landscape transformed, mostly for the better.

    Format: Book

    Availability: All copies in use

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  • The Art of Gay Cooking

    The Art of Gay Cooking

    Isengart, Daniel J.

    Writer, cabaret performer, and chef Isengart pens a culinary memoir and homage to the artistry of the Alice B. Toklas Cook Book.

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • Hippie Food

    Hippie Food

    Kauffman, Jonathan

    In this informative, briskly paced first book, food writer Kauffman details how the concept of health food “evolved in the kitchens of young baby boomers” during the late 1960s counterculture and then in the post-Vietnam age.

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  • Milk!

    Milk!

    Kurlansky, Mark

    Kurlansky, a James Beard Award-winning writer, continues his exploration of food with a thorough study of milk , "the most argued-over food in human history." (Library Journal)

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • Buttermilk Graffiti

    Buttermilk Graffiti

    Lee, Edward

    This collection of culinary travel essays by chef and TV personality Lee (The Mind of a Chef) takes readers across the U.S. in search of immigrant cuisine.

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  • Eight Flavors

    Eight Flavors

    Lohman, Sarah

    Lohman presents a culinary history of America that chronicles the diverse cultures that shaped the nation's cuisine, using long-forgotten recipes to explain how eight distinct flavors changed how we eat.

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  • Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Lynch, Barbara

    A celebrated Boston-area chef rehashes her rugged Southie background, her rise into the ranks of  the elite restaurateurs, and her various personal doings and demons.

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  • What the Mouth Wants

    What the Mouth Wants

    Meneghetti, Monica

    This mouthwatering, intimate, and sensual memoir traces the author’s unique life journey through her relationship with food, family and love. (adpated from publisher copy)

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • The Fruitful City

    The Fruitful City

    Moncrieff, Helena

    Moncrieff, a former radio journalist, reveals how foraging for fruit in urban environments does much more than put food on the table—it also connects people and communities.

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  • The Milk Lady of Bangalore

    The Milk Lady of Bangalore

    Narayan, Shoba

    A writer and cookbook author describes her return to Bangalore and how she bonded with the local milk lady, offered to buy her a new cow and gained a new perspective on the spiritual and historical role the animal plays in India.

    Format: Book

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