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The United States of Arugula

The Sun Dried, Cold Pressed, Dark Roasted, Extra Virgin Story of the American Food Revolution

by David Kamp

  • 338 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Broadway .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American Regional Cookery,
  • Gastronomy,
  • Cooking,
  • Cooking / Wine,
  • Essays,
  • History,
  • Current Events / General,
  • Regional & Ethnic - American - General,
  • Cookery, American

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8064761M
    ISBN 100767915801
    ISBN 109780767915809
    OCLC/WorldCa81944890

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Michael Pollan's book focuses on the American food supply today, while Kamp explores how the US went from a country that made Dr Pepper-based olive jello molds, to one with dozens of pastas and cheeses in a non-specialty /5. The United States of Arugula attempts to tell the story of how this happened.

This book is a fairly fun read, although it meanders quite a bit. We start with the Big Three that popularised inventive cooking and dining - James Beard, Julia Child and Craig Claiborne, and /5(32).

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“[T]he United States, a country wary of elitism and susceptible to populist, xenophobic demagogues, would always have mixed feelings about taking culinary cues from the French.”Author: David Kamp. The United States of Arugula is the story of an American revolution—the dramatic culinary changes that brought robust international flavors to a table formerly piled high with bland meat and potatoes.

Who was behind this transformation, bringing salsa to the typical American pantry and sushi to chain grocery stores. When did macaroni become “pasta,” while celebrity chefs and organic. The United States of Arugula is a rollicking, revealing stew of culinary innovation, food politics, and kitchen confidences chronicling how gourmet eating in America went from obscure to pervasive—and became the cultural success story of our era/5(11).

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by David Kamp is an absolute must read for anyone interested in contemporary food culture and food politics. The United States of Arugula is a rollicking, revealing stew of culinary innovation, food politics, and kitchen confidences chronicling how gourmet eating in America went from obscure to pervasive—and became the cultural success story of our era.

The United States of Arugula is ostensibly about how America changed from a burgers and fries, Swanson TV dinner, baloney sandwich and Fritos kind of country to a sushi and edamame, Whole Foods, imported bottled water nation.

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And because the only people. Writer and humorist David Kamp samples gourmet eating in his book, The United States of Arugula: The Sun Dried, Cold Pressed, Dark Roasted, Extra Virgin Story of the American Food examines America's obsession with celebrity chefs, exotic ingredients and destination restaurants.

Kamp is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and GQ. Music break: Sundialing by CaribouAuthor: Evan Kleiman. In The United States of Arugula 1, David Kamp documents the fairly recent rise of this culture in the United States. Throughout the book, arugula shares the stage with free-range chickens, artisanal cheeses, heirloom tomatoes, and other food that has elevated.

The United States of Arugula is as racy as it is relevant. I couldn’t put it down!” —Jean Anderson, author, The American Century Cookbook “A smart, engaging account of how serious foodies brought fresh, new, and delicious meals to American tables.

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The United States of Arugula is packed to the covers with insider gossip, stories, and tell-all confessions by chefs and those who have worked for and under them. The chefs themselves take center stage, and their anecdotes and contributions make the book fascinating.

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The United States of Arugula How We Became A Gourmet Nation (Book): Kamp, David: One day we woke up and realized that our macaroni had become pasta, that our Wonder Bread had been replaced by organic whole wheat, that sushi was fast food, and that our tomatoes were heirlooms.

How did all this happen, and who made it happen? The United States of Arugula is the rollicking, revealing .