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This book is to be savored.
I am very blessed in that a few years ago, I moved to rural Maine where we savor local honey, maple syrup, and heirloom apples and potatoes, weird... Read more
I was heading to Sonoma and wanted to learn about terrior when I found this book. Although only one chapter is dedicated to wine, I walked away with a solid understanding of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TBitler
Great set of stories that covered more than just food - ideas are the key!Published 5 months ago by Michael J. Heffler
Food and cooking is my passion, and how I make my living. I own a good reference library, as all good cooks should. Read morePublished 7 months ago by UrbanMonique
I finally understand why I can taste things like melon and peaches in some wines, and why some apples are crispy and others not. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Can't travel so cook
a highly rated tome which links the unique qualities and taste of food to the location it was grown -Published 11 months ago by caffeine
Americans don't spend a lot of time thinking about their food, and it's a shame - because the history of some of our favorite food items is fascinating. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Meryddian
Because paying attention to good food and how to get it isn't just for W. Europeans anymore!
This book does Vermont, and our continent as a whole, incredibly proud. Read more