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“Just when you thought there couldn't possibly be an original idea for a cookbook left to invent, here is The Way We Ate: 100 Chefs Celebrate a Century at the American Table. It has the charm of old menus and vintage recipe collections. You can cook by it, stir your cocktail or just be amused by what great chef or cookbook writer was assigned what year to memorialize and what they wrote.” (Gael Greene Insatiable Critic)
Noah Fecks and Paul Wagtouicz are New York City-based photographers who share a desire to re-create, cook, and capture some of the best recipes of the twentieth century. Noah earned his B.F.A from the Parsons School of Design and teaches in the photography department at Parsons, and Paul is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. Visit their blog at TheWayWeAte.net.
there should be a juxtaposed volume, item for item, THE WAY WE EAT.Published 12 months ago by Stanley Warmbrodt
Love this book. Its great for those that love food, love the idea of food, or love great books about unique subjects. Great authors, and great chefs. Lotsa fun with these guys. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Robert Serrini
What a great look into the past about the way we ate. Terrific! Check out all the recipes and have fun!Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a beautifully bound and illustrated book! I bought it as an "heirloom" for my daughter, and I hope she loves it as much as I do!Published 21 months ago by Pierrot