Our Current CTB read: United States of Arugula, by David Kamp

7 04 2012

Hello everyone!

I hope you all enjoyed our previous sweet read and you are ready for something more…robust:

United States of Arugula: The Sun Dried, Cold Pressed, Dark Roasted, Extra Virgin Story of the American Food Revolution by   David Kamp.

From the author’s site: United States of Arugula is a book about one of the happiest developments of our time: the quantum leap forward in food choice, food quality, and culinary sophistication in America in the last sixty years or so. The book examines not only the social forces that effected this transformation, but the visionaries who changed American food for the better: among them James Beard, Julia Child, Craig Claiborne, and Alice Waters.” We should all find plenty of inspiration to cook from this fun look at the world of food.

The deadline for your entry for United States of Arugula is Monday, May 28th.

So please either email me at: jdimopoulosAT foodjunkie.eu, or leave your post comment here.

Thank you and Happy Easter,

 

Jo (foodjunkie.eu)

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10 04 2012
Announcing… Our Next Three Cook the Books Picks! « Cook the Books Club

[…] our next three bi-monthly foodie book selections! While you are delving into the current book, The United States of Arugula by David Kamp, you can start beg, borrowing or finding gently used copies of our selected books through the end […]

10 04 2012
Kahakai Kitchen

I just started in reading the book Jo and it is so interesting! I love Kamp’s sense of humor. 😉

27 05 2012
Can't Believe We Ate...

What a fun read! It fills in a lot of the gaps!
I’m posted at Can’t Believe We Ate…http://cantbelieveweate.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/two-for-one/

28 05 2012
Tina Marie

Great selection. I just posted my recipe and short review.

28 05 2012
28 05 2012
Simona

I am running late but I’ll have the post out before the end of my day. I hope you can wait for me.

29 05 2012
Simona

Finally, here I am, with apologies for arriving at the last minute: http://briciole.typepad.com/blog/2012/05/crema-di-fave-e-scapi-florali-daglio.html
Thank you so much for choosing this book. It had been in my to read list for some time and I finally delved into it: very interesting.

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