What Our Family Recipes Tell Us About Who We Are and Where We've BeenBook - 2011
We are what we eat--not just physiologically, but culturally. This collection of cross-cultural, generational essays, and accompanying recipes shows the profound importance of food dishes within American women's lives.
* Over 40 contributors, including well-known food writers, food historians, scholars, chefs, editors, and other professionals, representing the spectrum of cultural backgrounds and experiences of American women
* Presents original, never before published works
* Showcases personal photos of contributors, stained and tattered recipes, unique foods, and women who originated dishes
* Introduction describes the involving story of the editor's initial inspiration and the scope of book