Food Finds: (Paperback) by Engel, Allison
Paperback; Published 9/1/2000; 465 Pages; ISBN 9780060958374
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Completely updated and repackaged, here is the Engels' fascinating guide to finding and ordering America's best local foods.
Craving Hush Puppies but you live in Boston? Need a peanut butter fix that Skippy won't satisfy? Search no further than Food Finds, the celebrated guide to America's diverse and delicious bounty of regional foods and specialty products. Fully updated and exhaustively researched by authors Allison and Margaret Engel, this comprehensive resource contains up-to-date mail and online ordering information for more than 400 of America's best local and specialty food producers. Also included are colorful anecdotes, photos, Internet addresses, and the producers' favorite recipes. Now it's a snap to whip up Dymple's Delight Persimmon Pudding, Tom Cunningham's Shrimp Fettucine or Palmer's Maple-Syrup Fudge. Engagingly written and clearly organized, this book is the essential tool for foodies seeking the perfect exotic treat or old-time favorite, or anyone interested in America's rich and varied culinary traditions.
I always loved watching this series on the Food Network and was saddened when it ended. Now I have all the resources at my fingertips. This is a great book and wonderful resource for all things food.
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