Food and Drink in American History: A Full Course Encyclopedia [3 Volumes]
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About the Author
Andrew F. Smith has taught the history of American food and drink at the New School University in New York, NY, for the past 18 years.
"Teachers and libraries that support general history enthusiasts will find a lot of use for this work."-- "
School Library Journal"
"[T]he historical recipes and primary sources . . . are unique and useful for research projects. . . . Food and Drink in American History is recommended for culinary, sociology, U.S. history, and nutrition collections."-- "
"These articles are readable and compact yet full of information. . . . A useful set for libraries supporting those involved or interested in food studies, U.S. history, cooking, nutrition, and sociology."-- "
"This is an entertaining and useful resource for school, public, and academic libraries."-- "
"Not only is Food and Drink in America: A Full Course Encyclopedia of interest to those studying American history and aspects of food, diet and food technology . . . it is ideal for usage in a library, particularly of a college dealing with catering, food technology or history."-- "