Love food? Here are some tasty titles just for you! (Updated October 2018)
A leading nutritionist asks whether consumers can trust highly publicized research into whether food and beverages are healthy and safely produced.
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Arbitrary Stupid Goal
Shopsin weaves a patchwork quilt of stories about a Manhattan that doesn't exist anymore—that of 1970s Greenwich Village, where her father opened Shopsin's General Store and restaurant.
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Give A Girl A Knife
A Saveur contributing editor and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author reflects on her Midwestern upbringing as inspiration for her culinary pursuits.
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A Year Right Here
A Seattle-area cookbook author decides to spend a year eating like a (hyper)local in this hybrid memoir/cooking essay/work of reportage. (Seattle Review of Books)
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The Cooking Gene
Food historian Twitty, creator of the Afroculinaria blog, serves up a splendid hearth-based history, at once personal and universal, of the African American experience.
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