"Back when the Internet was being developed in the '60s and '70s, its creators probably never thought it would lead to a revolution in food writing and photography. But that's exactly what has happened: All over the world, food lovers are blogging about their experiences, sharing recipes, and creating an intimate community of cooking enthusiasts. All through this delightful cookbook, you'll see recipe after recipe that shows that community's diversity--dishes from Russia, Israel, Spain, and Japan, as well as from all across the United States. Just as compelling are the stories that accompany the recipes--a look into the lives of people who have made food and cooking a central part of a well-lived life." --Victoria von Biel, executive editor, "Bon Appetit"""
About the Author
Foodista.com is a collaborative project to build the world's largest high-quality cooking encyclopedia. Its mission is to create a free resource that helps millions of people learn how to cook everything and anything. The book is edited by Barnaby Dorman and Sheri Wetherell, founders of the Web site.