Food and the city book review

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Food and the City — Ina Yalof

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Published 31.12.2018

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Thank you! Each interviewee generously shares his or her diverse background and offers unique and educative perspectives on taste, ingredients, and service experiences. An opening section on food-centered grass-roots businesses celebrates immigrant purveyors from Croatia, France, Greece, and Poland who all share a passion for hard work and flavorful delicacies both sweet and savory from their native lands. Others highlight the business end of the food industry—e. From the oldest Chinese restaurant in New York to a Rikers Island food service overseer, each of these vignettes shares a common theme about devotion and dedication within the vast gastronomical spectrum. A wide-ranging, toothsome smorgasbord of Gotham's good eats and the tireless men and women behind each plate. There was a problem adding your email address.

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It is full of delicious insights, inspiring stories, and singular anecdotes that together paint a vibrant picture of metropolitan food culture. Click play for a cool cab ride through New York City, and don't forget to turn on the sound. -

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2 thoughts on “FOOD AND THE CITY by Ina Yalof | Kirkus Reviews

  1. Hungry City is a sinister real-life sequel to Animal Farm with the plot turned upside down by time in ways even George Orwell could not have foreseen.

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