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Best food writing 2011

Author: Holly Hughes
Publisher: Philadelphia : Da Capo/Lifelong, ©2011.
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A collection of writings from periodicals, Web sites, and books that explores such topics as culinary history, food sourcing at a greenmarket, equipping a kitchen, and the economics of the restaurant business.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Holly Hughes
ISBN: 9780738215181 073821518X
OCLC Number: 701015351
Notes: "A Lifelong original"--Page [4].
Includes recipe index.
Description: xii, 305 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Everything comes from the sea, from Departures / by Colman Andrews --
We shall not be moved, from High on the hog / by Jessica B. Harris --
From Kenya with love, from the Minneapolis Star-tribune / by Rick Nelson --
Peasants, from Tin house / by Geoff Nicholson --
I believe I can fry, from Texax monthly / by Katy Vine --
Fried-cheese epiphany at a street fair, from Salon.com / by Francis Lam --
Prep school, from The New York times magazine / by Pete Wells --
How to become an intuitive cook, from Food & wine / by Daniel Duane --
Purple reign, from Blood-and-thunder.com / by Alan Brouilette --
Saints, cakes, and redemption, from LeitesCulinaria.com / by Allison Parker --
Mock turtle soup, from Fannie's last supper / by Christopher Kimball --
Nathan Myhrvold's method makes science of cooking, from The San Francisco chronicle / by Sophie Brickman --
The case for handwriting, from Zesterdaily.com / by Deborah Madison --
The famous recipe, from Colorado review / by Floyd Skloot --
Broccolini: what's in a name?, from Gastronomica / by Thomas Livingston --
A Tomme at Twig Farm, from Immortal milk / by Eric LeMay --
Breadwinners, from Edible Manhattan / by Indrani Sen --
A fig by any other name, from Gastronomica / by Gary Paul Nabhan --
Going full boar in Hawaii, from Bon appétit / by Hugh Garvey --
Fruits of desire, from Saveur / by Mike Madison --
Shark's fin: understanding the political soup, from San Francisco weekly / by Jonathan Kauffman --
Life in a food desert, from The Kansas City star / by Jill Wendholt Silva --
A tale of two dairies, from Gastronomica / by Barry Estabrook --
The feed frenzy, from 7x7 magazine / by Sara Deseran --
A digerati's food diary, from Food & wine / by Nick Fauchald --
Everyone's a critic, from The Boston globe / by Ike DeLorenzo --
New Orleans family oyster company devises new business model to stay alive, from The Times-Picayune / by Brett Anderson --
Reflections on a tin of Vienna sausages, from www.good.is / by John Thorne --
800 words on tater tots (no, seriously), from The Chicago tribune / by Kevin Pang --
Area burger joints take the junk out of fast food, from Edible Boston / by Steve Holt --
Fry girl's year of eating dangerously, from Phoenix new times / by Laura Hahnefeld --
Craving the food of depravity, from PoorMansFeast.com / by Elissa Altman --
In defence of shite food, from Fire & knives / by Bryce Elder --
The apostle of indulgence, from Playboy / by Julian Sancton --
Hooked on classics, from Saveur / by Jay Rayner --
Chinese takeout artist, from Chow.com / by Lessley Anderson --
The inadvertent education of a reluctant chef, from Blood, bones and butter / by Gabrielle Hamilton --
Expression, from The sorcerer's apprentices / by Lisa Abend --
Is the Willows Inn all that?, from The stranger / by Bethany Jean Clement --
Reconsider the oyster, from Fire & knives / by Tim Hayward --
Magical dinners, from The New Yorker / by Chang-Rae Lee --
The golden silver palate, from Alimentum / by Ann Hood --
When food doesn't heal, from LeitesCulinaria.com / by David Leite --
Befriending your palate, from Reading between the wines / by Terry Theise --
On toast, from FoodForTheThoughtless.com / by Michael Procopio.
Responsibility: edited by Holly Hughes.

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A collection of writings from periodicals, Web sites, and books that explores such topics as culinary history, food sourcing at a greenmarket, equipping a kitchen, and the economics of the restaurant business.

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