American Food by the Decades by Sherri Machlin

By Sherri Machlin

A interesting survey of yankee nutrients tendencies that highlights the foremost innovations, manufacturers, eating place chains, and members that formed the yank vitamin and palate within the twentieth century.

• Over 250 encyclopedic entries at the such a lot admired affects in American nutrients throughout the twentieth century

• comprises 10 recipes, every one emblematic of a selected decade

• Over 15 sidebars with extra function details

• Chronologically provides renowned meals of the twentieth century within the usa, with all the ten chapters representing a decade

• every one bankruptcy presents a "For additional Exploration" bibliography section

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