An aid to better cooking, eating, drinking
An E-Book by
Eighty-seven chapters, 290 pages
fully indexed by subject
formatted for computer screen viewing
by Lois Siegel
Don't Try This at Home:
Culinary Catastrophes from the World's Greatest Chefs
by Kimberly Witherspoon and Andrew Friedman (editors)
Everything imaginable and unimaginable goes wrong
in and outside the kitchen of great and not-so-great chefs.
A wonderful read if you like food disasters.
True confessions of the food kind.
A tell-all, behind-the-scenes culinary romp
the lobsters go bad, the pea soup turns brown, and the risotto goes
256 pages, Bloomsbury, USA, 2005, ISBN:
Soul Food and America
by Doris Witt
The role of food in African-American culture.
Soul Food as a Shaper of Black Identity.
Aunt Jemima started as a
vaudeville character, a white man in blackface and drag,
a stereotype that was
exploited by the owners of a pancake mix.
of the Kitchen
by Paal Juliussen