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Food anatomy : the curious parts & pieces of our edible world / Julia Rothman ; with help from Rachel Wharton.

By: Rothman, Julia.
Contributor(s): Wharton, Rachel.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: TX355 .R68 2016Publication: North Adams, MA : Storey Publishing, c2016Description: 221 p. : col. ill.ISBN: 9781612123394; 1612123392.Subject(s): Food | Cooking
Contents:
Food for thought -- Eat your fruits and veggies -- A grain of truth -- The meat of the matter -- Dairy queens -- Street food -- Season to taste -- Drink up! -- Sweet tooth.
Summary: Delve into the culinary world with Julia Rothman's delightful visual tour of cookery and international cuisine. Histories and curiosities of food around the world are illustrated and explained with Rothman's uniquely charming style. What does an asparagus fork look like? What country puts banana sauce on their French fries? What's the difference between fish fillet and fish steak? Indulge yourself with a recommended daily allowance of facts and fun.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Food for thought -- Eat your fruits and veggies -- A grain of truth -- The meat of the matter -- Dairy queens -- Street food -- Season to taste -- Drink up! -- Sweet tooth.

Delve into the culinary world with Julia Rothman's delightful visual tour of cookery and international cuisine. Histories and curiosities of food around the world are illustrated and explained with Rothman's uniquely charming style. What does an asparagus fork look like? What country puts banana sauce on their French fries? What's the difference between fish fillet and fish steak? Indulge yourself with a recommended daily allowance of facts and fun.

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