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Food Inequalities

Allen aggregates much information and describes pervasive, distressing connections between food and systemic social inequality; the book’s ambitious but unscholarly approach, however, contrasts with such scholarly treatments as Alison Hope Alkon’s Cultivating Food Justice.
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Antoni: Let’s Do Dinner

Porowski delivers clear recipes for speedy, tasty food in an attractive book. While there is no shortage of cookbooks on this subject, this resource has enough substance to be worthwhile for anyone seeking weeknight meal ideas and will be particularly appealing to Porowski’s fans.

An Illustrated Catalog of American Fruits & Nuts: The U.S. Department of Agriculture Pomological Watercolor Collection

A unique, beautifully crafted work that will resonate with artists, gardeners, botanists, farmers, growers, agricultural students, and anyone interested in fruit and nut trivia.
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Sourdough Culture: A History of Bread Making from Ancient to Modern Bakers

It’s more a history and personal memoir (with notable Christian themes) than it is a cookbook, but its brief length may recommend it to patrons. Only purchase where there is interest.
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We Are What We Eat: A Slow Food Manifesto

Waters has important ideas about nature, respecting the land, eating seasonally, and appreciating traditional and/or organic agriculture, but readers may find her overall message a bit insensitive, when quality food and green space are luxuries inaccessible to many. Recommended for fans of Waters’s works in general, and those interested in food culture narratives and sustainability.
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One Dish Fish: Quick and Simple Recipes to Cook in the Oven

If you’ve finished binging The Great British Baking Show, you can now graduate to fish camp. Easy seafood recipes with an Anglophile focus.
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Wine Style: Discover the Wines You Will Love through 50 Simple Recipes

The easy-going style and friendly vibe from Leahy will make this cookbook appealing to many. It is likely to tempt anyone interested in good food to enjoy with family and friends.
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Tables & Spreads: A Go-To Guide for Beautiful Snacks, Intimate Gatherings, and Inviting Feasts

Ideal for party planners, this cookbook offers a score of ideas. A useful addition for libraries looking for more books on entertaining.
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Today’s Special: 20 Leading Chefs Choose 100 Emerging Chefs

Charming and informative, this travel-inspired collection will appeal to readers with a strong interest in food history.
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