The Secret History of Food : Strange but True Stories About the Origins of Everything We Eat
An irreverent, surprising, and entirely entertaining look at the little-known history surrounding the foods we know and love. Full of fun facts. Lots of trivia and weirdness about how and what we eat. A rich and satisfying exploration of the historical, cultural, scientific, sexual, and, yes, culinary subcultures of this most essential realm. Siegel is an armchair Anthony Bourdain, armed not with a chef’s knife but with knowledge derived from medieval food-related manuscripts, ancient Chinese scrolls, and obscure culinary journals. Funny and fascinating, The Secret History of Food is essential reading for all foodies.
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August 16, 2022
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