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Finding the flavors we lost

Patric Kuh

Finding the flavors we lost

from bread to bourbon, how artisans reclaimed American food

by Patric Kuh

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gastronomy,
  • Artisans,
  • American Cooking,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFirst edition.
    StatementPatric Kuh
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX633 .K84 2016
    The Physical Object
    Pagination278 pages
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27208870M
    ISBN 100062219545
    ISBN 109780062219541
    OCLC/WorldCa948567630

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Eye-opening, informative, and entertaining, Finding the Flavors We Lost is a fresh look into the culture of artisan food as we know it today—and what its future may be.

About the Author Patric Kuh is the author of The Last Days of Haute Cuisine: The Coming of Age of American Restaurants, which won the James Beard Award for writing on food. Finding the Flavors We Lost also analyzes how population growth, speedier transportation, and the societal shifts and economic progress of the twentieth century led to the rise of supermarkets and giant food corporations, which encouraged the general desire to swap effort and quality for convenience and quantity.

We take "farm to table" and "handcrafted food" for granted now but how did we get here. In Finding the Flavors We Lost, acclaimed food writer Patric Kuh profiles major figures in the so-called "artisanal" food movement who brought exceptional taste back to food and inspired chefs and restaurateurs to redefine and rethink the way we :   Finding the Flavors We Lost is a fascinating history of how good food (and drink) reclaimed their place at the American table.

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In his book Finding the Flavors We Lost: From Bread to Bourbon, How Artisans Reclaimed American Food, Patric Kuh, award-winning restaurant critic for Los Angeles Magazine, profiles major figures in the artisanal food movement, trailblazers who reclaimed a culinary heritage and rebelled against bland, mass-produced foods.

A food writer considers what artisanship really means. “I see the word artisan everywhere,” notes Los Angeles Magazine restaurant critic and former restaurant cook Kuh (The Last Days of Haute Cuisine: The Coming of Age of American Restaurants,etc.), winner of the James Beard Award for Writing on gh he acknowledges that the word points to concern with.

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