Cookbooks, Food Books, And Magazine Reviews (cont'd)

Book Cover: The Chili Cookbook
Walsh is a cook, a cultural historian, and a heckuva writer, and he brings all his talents to this fun book. read more
Book Cover: The Art of Beef Cutting
The best teachers can address the novice and still educate the expert, and that is exactly what Kari Underly does in this fine guide. read more
Book Cover: Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook
This book is a wonderful piece of scholarly research that is also a great read. Walsh has delved into the history and lore of Texas barbecue, it origins, its ingredients, its personalities, and its tall tales. read more
Book Cover: The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue
Daniel Vaughn knows Texas barbecue so well that in 2013 Texas Monthly magazine hired the Dallas architect to write about the subject full time. read more
Book Cover: The Hamburger: A History
A cleverly written, well researched, fun tale of the history of the hamburger and how it has evolved in step with American culture. read more
Book Cover: The New Wine Country Cookbook
This beautiful book whisks readers back to a lyrical time when California was a simpler place?? before it overflowed with too many people seeking Paradise?? to a fertile region nestled between Monterey and Santa Barbara. read more
Book Cover: The Great Meat Cookbook
Bruce Aidells has been a working butcher. He founded a sausage company and I'll bet you've seen Aidells Sausages on your grocery shelves. read more
Book Cover: Hamburger: A Global History
This definitive little book unwraps the mystery of the origin of the hamburger and its name, and traces its spread across the globe. read more
Book Cover: Hot Dog: A Global History
A well regarded culinary historian and Professor Emeritus of History and Humanities at Roosevelt University in Chicago. read more
Front page of Nation's Restaurant News tabloid
A classic trade publication, this glossy color tabloid comes out 50 times per year and is fat with trends and much more, read more

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