A Food Lover's Guide to the History of American Cuisine: New York City

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A Food Lover's Guide to the History of American Cuisine: New York City

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If you are fascinated by how history and culture shaped the cuisines of the world, you will enjoy reading this informative guide about the food traditions of New York City. This book discusses some of the dishes said to have originated in New York City such as chicken a la king, Delmonico steak, egg cream, pasta primavera and Waldorf salad. It also lists some of the most well known food vendors in the city like the Carnegie Deli, Gray's Papaya, Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs and Zabar's.

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Author: Jo Burns
Publisher: Webster's Digital Services
Published: 05/24/2011
Pages: 154
Format: Paperback
Weight: 0.63lbs
Size: 9.69h x 7.44w x 0.33d
ISBN: 9781171060383

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