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Episode of Food Crimes: mad about saffron.
Episode 2 of Food Crimes: mad about saffron.
America Eats! On the Road with the WPA
The fish fries, box supper socials, and chitlin feasts that define real American food
Pies at a barbecue dinner, Pie Town, New Mexico, October 1940. (Russell Lee)
Wondeful descriptions and vignettes of American group eating...written by members of the Federal Writers' Project...To this, the author has added her own thoughtful accounts as she travels across the land to discover present incarnations of thoise earlier feasts.--Boston Globe
Saffron (Beacon Press)
The vagabond life of the world's most seductive spice
Clear, crisp....[Willard's] insights on the role of food in history and how its uses can reveal profound truths about different cultures, are fresh and thought provoking.--New York Times
A Soothing Broth (Broadway Books)
Tonics, custards, soups, and other cure-alls for colds, coughs, upset tummies, and out-of-sort days
Through touching personal stories, Willard also offers support for stressed caregivers. These passages, and her healing discoveries, are presented in an earthy, modest, graceful prose that makes A Soothing Broth a petite treasure. --Dana Jacobi
Last of the lemon meringue pie
Pie Every Day is a book of enormous charm which demonstrates the theory that the best food writing is inspired by deep needs that have little to do directly with food. --Corby Kummel, The Atlantic Monthly