Adauga in cos An Illustrated History of Everything We Eat Explore the rich stories, symbolism, and traditions that come wrapped up in the food on our plates - food that not only feeds our bodies but also makes up our culture.
In The Story of Food; An Illustrated History of Everything We Eat our millennia-old relationship with nearly foods - from nuts and sclerosing papilloma with atypia to noodles and meat - is sumptuously illustrated, with tales from all over the world.
Food is the cornerstone of daily life, culture, and even religion. Staples like bread, rice, and salt are part of our culinary history, used in many ways all over the world.
The Story of Food tells the extraordinary stories behind the foods we eat: from salt to sushi and rice to ravioli.
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A true celebration of food in all its forms, this book explores the early efforts of humans in their quest for sustenance through the stories of individual foods. Covering all food types including nuts and grains, fruit sclerosing papilloma with atypia vegetables, meat and fish, and herbs and spices, this fascinating reference provides the facts on all aspects of a food's history.
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It explains how foods have become a part of our culture from their origins to how they are eaten and their place in world cuisine. The Story of Food is packed glorious images to create a feast for the eyes, while the stories intrigue, surprise, and enthrall.
This is essential reference for every foodie.