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The Flavor of Wisconsin: An Informal History of Food and Eating in the Badger State Hardcover – April 3, 2009
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"Food lovers will treasure this volume, not only as a splendid cookbook but as a rare and vivid document in real-world food studies." (Laura Shapiro, author of Perfection Salad and Julia Child)
"Anyone interested in the story of heartland America's food history, the real history of a people from the field and garden, from farm and factory, from kitchen to table, this wonderful book is for you." (Bruce Kraig, Co-convener, Greater Milwaukee Foodways Alliance)
"A bright new edition. . . . And who better to accomplish the task than Terese Allen, certainly the state's foremost food historian, keeper of our culinary heritage." (Jerry Minnich, author of Eating Well in Wisconsin)
"Allen's latest update [to The Flavor of Wisconsin] is likely to cause swooning and shortness of breath in Madison's very active foodie community, as its additions primarily focus on sexy hot-button topics like the popularity of farmers' markets, organic farming and sustainability, and the slow-food movement." (Jason Albert, The Onion's A.V. Club – Madison)
2009 Finalist in the Cookbooks: Regional Category from USA National Best Book Awards
2010 Finalist in the Cookbook and Home/Garden Category Next Generation Indie Book Awards
2010 Silver in the Cookbooks/General Category from Living Now Book Awards
2010 Winner in the Cookbooks Category from Midwest Independent Publishers Association Book Awards
2010 Winner in the Regional Cookbooks Category from National Indie Excellence Awards