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  • Hardcover
  • 495 pages
  • How America Eats
  • Clementine Paddleford
  • English
  • 09 April 2014

8 thoughts on “How America Eats

  1. says:

    Wonderful period book Especially nice to read it in conjunction with Hometown Appetites


  2. says:

    What an incredible cookbook The Georgian shrimp recipes really brought back memories for me Grandfather got ours fresh as you could straight off the boat I do miss Alabama turnip greens as well as southern style crawfish boils I loved that everyone gathered round eating straight off the newspapers The recipe for real chowdah’ made me laugh out loud because everyone always thinks their clam chowder is the best and will spend ten minutes educating you on why their clam chowdah’ is the best 😂 Someday I am going to make all the chowders in this book and have a taste off The New York recipes are timeless No really you can still experience almost every NY recipe in NYC on this very day New Jersey section off the book was bittersweet to read Why doesn’t New Jersey have a good shad fry any? I’m guessing overly polluted waters took care of that Thank goodness good fish fries can still be found all over Michigan and Wisconsin The Cinci Cassoulet is spot on to the flavors I remember Same beans and meats were thrown right into Cinci chili too Ohio’s Bundkuchen is a yes and the Ohio stuffed cabbage recipe is near identical to the way my Grandmother used to make it I will absolutely be purchasing this book Basically every recipe lost in family history and a deep reminder of the beauty in remembering that all of my family members were once struggling immigrants


  3. says:

    Originally published in 1960 as How America Eats this revised edition is a whopping 800 pages of recipes from across the country Each state has its own section of recipes making it easy to find something to cook from your state of choice Although I was unimpressed by the offerings for Oregon I didn't know prunes were such a staple in pre 1960 Oregon the eastern states and others I looked at seemed to have the kinds of things one would look for to go along with a unit study


  4. says:

    Between 1948 and 1960 Clementine Paddleford food writer and native of Riley County Kansas traveled the United States recording how America ate This book is huge and has a ton of recipes which have been lovingly edited for contemporary cooks


  5. says:

    Great recipes but also amazing stories of each one a super cookbook AND a good read


  6. says:

    Its huge The ideas were nice I wish I had time to check it out


  7. says:

    food


  8. says:

    This book is huge but reprsents all 50 states plus DC This would be nice for theme dinners or a way to travel somewhere to through your dinner menu


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