Migration and the Food Quest:A Study in the Peopling of America (Classic Reprint) Otis Tufton Mason
The Quest for Food:A Natural History of Eating. Auflage 2007 Harald Brüssow
Food, Medicine, and the Quest for Good Health:Nutrition, Medicine, and Culture Columbia University Press Nancy Chen
In the tradition of Elizabeth Gilbert and Ruth Reichl, former New Yorker editor Emily Nunn chronicles her journey to heal old wounds and find comfort in the face of loss through travel, home-cooked food, and the company of friends and family. One life-changing night, reeling from her beloved brother´s sudden death, a devastating breakup with her handsome engineer fiancé, and eviction from the apartment they shared, Emily Nunn had lost all sense of family, home, and financial security. After a few glasses of wine, heartbroken and unmoored, Emily - an avid cook and professional food writer - poured her heart out on Facebook. The next morning she woke up with an awful hangover and a feeling she´d made a terrible mistake - only to discover she had more friends than she knew, many of whom invited her to come visit and cook with them while she put her life back together. Thus began the Comfort Food Tour. Searching for a way forward, Emily travels the country, cooking and staying with relatives and friends. She also travels back to revisit scenes from her dysfunctional Southern upbringing, dominated by her dramatic, unpredictable mother and her silent, disengaged father. Her wonderfully idiosyncratic aunts and uncles and cousins come to life in this audiobook, all part of the rich Southern story in which past and present are indistinguishable, food is a source of connection and identity, and a good story is often preferred to a not-so-pleasant truth. But truth, pleasant or not, is what Emily Nunn craves, and with it comes an acceptance of the losses she has endured and a sense of hope for the future. In the salty snap of a single Virginia ham biscuit, in the sour tang of Grandmother´s lemon cake, Nunn experiences the healing power of comfort food - and offers up dozens of recipes for the wonderful meals that saved her life. With the biting humor of David Sedaris and the emotional honesty of Cheryl Strayed, Nunn delivers a moving acc... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Candace Thaxton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/008068/bk_sans_008068_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In 20 meals The Hungry Empire tells the story of how the British created a global network of trade in foodstuffs that moved people and plants from one continent to another, reshaping landscapes and culinary tastes. To be British was to eat the world. The empire allowed Britain to harness the globe’s edible resources from salt beef to sugar. By the 20th century the wheat to make the working man’s loaf of bread was supplied by Canada, and his Sunday leg of lamb had been fattened on New Zealand’s grasslands. Lizzie Collingham takes us on a wide-ranging culinary journey, revealing how virtually every meal we eat still contains a taste of empire. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jilly Bond. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/isis/003587/bk_isis_003587_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This kitty cat named Princess sets off on a journey to find her food! Great bedtime story for your children. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cristina Petrarca. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/026890/bk_acx0_026890_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jailed as a scapegoat for Stalin´s famines, Vavilov had traveled over five continents, collected hundreds of thousands of seeds in an effort to outline the ancient centers of agricultural diversity. Gary Paul Nabhan weaves together Vavilov´s story with his own expeditions to Earth´s richest agricultural landscapes and the cultures that tend them. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mitchell Leopard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/crvn/000012/bk_crvn_000012_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Making Supper Safe, Ben Hewitt exposes the vulnerabilities inherent to the US food industry, where the majority of our processing facilities are inspected only once every seven years. It turns out that in our increasingly complicated food system, pathogenic bacteria are everywhere. Food recalls have become so ubiquitous we hardly even notice them. The massive peanut salmonella contamination of 2008–2009 alone killed nine and sickened an estimated 22,500 people; only a few weeks later, contaminated frozen cookie dough sent 35 people to the hospital. Can we learn to trust our food again? In a quest to answer that question, Hewitt introduces a vibrant cast of characters and revolutionaries who are reinventing how we grow, process, package, distribute, and protect our food. He takes listeners inside a food contamination trace-back investigation, talks to lawyers, policy makers, and families who have been affected by contaminated food, and even goes dumpster diving to uncover the potential dangers of your dinner - all to uncover the potential dangers of dinner and amidst a broader food system malfunction. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bronson Pinchot. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/014485/bk_adbl_014485_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.