- Author:Evan Jones
- Publisher:The Overlook Press; 3rd edition (May 29, 2007)
- Pages:516 pages
- Subcategory:Regional & International
- FB2 format1729 kb
- ePUB format1497 kb
- DJVU format1206 kb
- Formats:rtf txt lit lrf
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In a journey stuffed with delicious history and delightful anecdotes, Jones traces the American culinary heritage from colonial times to the present in this culinary classic.
A celebration of American cookery introduces five hundred regional, traditional, and contemporary American recipes, representing Cajun, German, Yankee, Soul Food, Italian, Greek, and Southern cuisines, all of which are accompanied by line drawings. Hardcover: 387 pages.
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Evan Jones, a food writer who fell in love twice in Paris, finding both a career and a companion during a single extended sojourn after World War II, died yesterday at Lenox Hill Hospital. Jones, after all, had grown up on his mother's Welsh cooking, a plain leek-and-potatoes cuisine he once celebrated in an article in The New York Times, but not to the extent it triggered a trendy new restaurant rage.
It's American food the way we like our wilderness grub - tough and spicy. The most humble of comfort food. Who would have imagined when the recipe for "Cannelon of Beef" showed up in Fannie Farmer's 1918 "Boston Cooking School Cook Book" that every mom in America would someday have her own version? Fannie made hers with slices of salt pork laid over the top and served it with brown mushroom sauce.
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