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  • Ultimate Guide For Type 2 Diabetes Reversal  Deluxe Edition
    Views : 87
    Pages : 138

    by: Mimi Chan Cheng Ruan Mimi Chan

    Publisher: pCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

    Book Description

    A healthful, diet-focused program aims at stemming and even reversing the effects of Type 2 diabetes. Dietician Chan teams up with physician Ruan in the creation of a lifestyle modification plan and recipe guidebook directing readers toward impro ... more

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    ISBN-10: 1539142019

    ISBN-13: 9781539142010

    Language: English

  • Butter: A Rich History
    Views : 76
    Pages : 368

    by: Elaine Khosrova

    Publisher: pAlgonquin Books

    Book Description

    A pastry chef and food writer offers a detailed history of her favorite ingredient.

    Whether served simply with a loaf of country bread in Ireland, folded into delicate layers of pastry to make a French croissant, or even mixed into a stro ... more

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    ISBN-10: 1616203641

    ISBN-13: 9781616203641

    Language: English

  • Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine
    Views : 144
    Pages : 304

    by: Sarah Lohman

    Publisher: pSimon & Schuster

    Book Description

    A tasty historical study of flavorful mainstays of American cuisine.

    Serving as a culinary archaeologist of sorts, this self-described food historian and blogger raided spice cabinets and pantries across the U.S. to produce this fascinati ... more

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    ISBN-10: 1476753954

    ISBN-13: 9781476753959

    Language: English

  • The Essential Oyster: A Salty Appreciation of Taste and Temptation
    Views : 39
    Pages : 304

    by: Rowan Jacobsen David Malosh

    Publisher: pBloomsbury USA

    Book Description

    This verbally and visually succulent book covers 99 types of oysters, most from the shores of North America.

    Ten years after A Geography of Oysters, James Beard Award–winning author Jacobsen (Apples of Uncommon Character, ... more

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    ISBN-10: 1632862565

    ISBN-13: 9781632862563

    Language: English

  • Food City: Four Centuries of Food-Making in New York
    Views : 147
    Pages : 480

    by: Joy Santlofer

    Publisher: pW. W. Norton & Company

    Book Description

    A comprehensive history of New York City’s food industry, from the late chair of New York University’s Food Studies Program.

    These days, it’s hard to think about NYC as anything but a concrete jungle, but when the Europeans first s ... more

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    ISBN-10: 0393076393

    ISBN-13: 9780393076394

    Language: English

  • Generation Chef: Risking It All for a New American Dream
    Views : 51
    Pages : 320

    by: Karen Stabiner

    Publisher: pAvery

    Book Description

    Journalist and narrative nonfiction author Stabiner (Getting In, 2010, etc.) closely tracks a talented, ambitious chef as he opens his first restaurant in New York.

    When Jonah Miller made the decision to quit his job and open his f ... more

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    ISBN-10: 1583335803

    ISBN-13: 9781583335802

    Language: English

  • Ten Restaurants That Changed America
    Views : 170
    Pages : 560

    by: Paul Freedman

    Publisher: pLiveright

    Book Description

    A robust historical trek through America’s restaurant cuisine over three centuries.

    Rather than a mere listing of the 10 best restaurants in the country, Freedman (History/Yale Univ.; Out of the East: Spices and the Medieval Imaginat ... more

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    ISBN-10: 0871406802

    ISBN-13: 9780871406804

    Language: English