American food : a not-so-serious history / Rachel Wharton ; with illustrations by Kimberly Ellen Hall.
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|Meyersdale Public Library||641.3 WHARTON (Text)||30512005382328||MEYM Non-Fiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 1419738143
- ISBN: 9781419738142
- Physical Description: 174 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York : Abrams Image, 
- Copyright: ℗♭2019
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- Ambrosia -- Blueberries -- Clams -- Donuts -- Eggs Benedict -- Fortune cookie -- Green Goddess -- Hot wings -- Italian sandwich -- Jell-O -- Ketchup -- Lunchbox -- Monterey Jack -- New Mexican red and green chiles -- Orange Julius -- Pepperoni -- Queso -- Redeye gravy -- Shrimp and grits -- T-bone steak -- Upside-down cake -- Vinegar pie -- The White Russian -- Xanthan gum -- Yellow mustard -- Zucchini bread -- Selected bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- Index.
"A captivating and surprising tour of American food in all its variety, charm, and occasionally dubious lore. What can Buffalo wings, submarines and hoagies and heros, fortune cookie factories, yellow mustard, green chiles, and shrimp and grits reveal about Americans? Rachel Wharton and Kimberly Ellen Hall tell the compelling stories behind some of our most iconic foods and what they say about who we are - and who, perhaps, we are becoming"-- Back cover.
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