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Richman's genuine, contagious enthusiasm for food keeps America the Edible enjoyable. His descriptions of favorite dishes are tantalizing, detailed, and accessible. He's more prone to visiting a standout hot-dog joint than an haute-cuisine spot, making the book useful for travelers, with even more utility provided by sidebars on how to tell an authentic eatery from a tourist trap. (The Onion's AV Club) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
I absolutely loved this show and the book is just as great!Published 9 months ago by Kara Zimmerman
I loved this book. I love Adam Richman and think he's a very talented writer.Published 11 months ago by Jenifer Rosenberg
Unless you like prose that seems as tossed off as last week's garbage, I would pass on this book.
I love food and reading about foodie adventures, but the arrogant, dismissive... Read more
In his book, Adam describes different experiences he's had in different places in the USA. It is interesting & can give you some ideas of good places to visit to eat when you... Read morePublished 22 months ago by HannahJo23
I like this book, just love it.
Food is one of, or maybe the main thing in our lives.
nice to hear Adam's tie to everything he loves about life and food; it's very insightful to his history and connection to everything around himPublished 23 months ago by Colleen Burns
Reviews of this title have been incredibly inaccurate and far too biased based on personal demands rather than the creative license any writer or artist is entitled to. Read morePublished on June 7, 2013 by Vince Wylde
I love food and I was raised in a family where food was a business so this was really interesting to me. Fun to get some historical and geographical insights.Published on May 14, 2013 by Katie C. Nelson
this book is written like adam is on his show, but on a more personal note with recipes! i hope he gets on iron chef soon.Published on May 6, 2013 by steve gershman