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Food Truck Feasts

Broken into chapters by continent, this book has recipes to suit every taste and occasion.

Author : Erika Budiman

Release : 2015-06

Publisher :

ISBN : 9781741174588

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A feast for your eyes as well as your tummy, Food Truck Feasts is the first book to reveal the recipes behind Australia's most successful food trucks, from Gumbo Kitchen's fried chicken and andouille gumbo recipe to The Little Mushroom Co's ratatouille burger. It's bringing the food truck phenomenon off the streets and into your home, and offers a selection of recipes from food trucks based in Australia, where a smorgasbord of cuisines are represented. Broken into chapters by continent, this book has recipes to suit every taste and occasion. Food Truck Feasts' striking PVC cover will jump off the shelf and into your kitchen, and the mouth-wateringly good food photography will have you clamouring to either get cooking or head to the nearest food truck. All food trucks have QR codes so finding the location of each food truck is simply a click away.

Moveable Feasts

From Ancient Rome to the 21st Century, the Incredible Journeys of the Food We
Eat Sarah Murray ... As Daoudi points out, local infrastructure has often been
destroyed, leaving nowhere for cargo planes to land and no roads for food trucks
to ...

Author : Sarah Murray

Release : 2007-11-13

Publisher : St. Martin's Press

ISBN : 1429970278

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Today the average meal has traveled thousands of miles before reaching the dinner table. How on earth did this happen? In fact, long-distance food is nothing new and, since the earliest times, the things we eat and drink have crossed countries and continents. Through delightful anecdotes and astonishing facts, Moveable Feasts tells their stories. For the ancient Romans, the amphora---a torpedo-shaped pot that fitted snugly into the ship's hold---was the answer to moving millions of tons of olive oil from Spain to Italy. Napoleon offered a reward to anyone who could devise a way of preserving and transporting food for soldiers. (What he got was the tin can.) Today temperature-controlled shipping containers allow companies to send their frozen salmon to China, where it's thawed, filleted, refrozen, and sent back to the United States for sale in supermarkets as "fresh" Atlantic salmon. Combining history, science, and politics, Financial Times writer Sarah Murray provides a fascinating glimpse into the extraordinary odysseys of food from farm to fork. She encounters everything from American grain falling from United Nations planes in Sudan to Mumbai's tiffin men who, using only bicycles, carts, and their feet, deliver more than 170,000 lunches a day. Following the items on a grocery store shopping list, Murray shows how the journeys of food have brought about seismic shifts in economics, politics, and even art. By flying food into Berlin during the 1948 airlift, the Allies kept a city of more than two million alive for more than a year and secured their first Cold War victory, appealing to German hearts and minds---and stomachs. In nineteenth-century Buffalo, the grain elevator (a giant mechanical scooping machine) not only turned the city into one of America's wealthiest, but it also had a profound influence on modern architecture, giving Bauhaus designers an important source of inspiration. In a thought-provoking and highly entertaining account, Moveable Feasts brings an entirely fresh perspective to the subject of food. And today, as global warming makes headlines and concerns mount about the "food miles" clocked by our dinners, Murray poses a contentious question: Is buying local always the most sustainable, ethical choice?

A Desert Feast

movement stretches from a funky food truck to foothills resorts, each chef inspired
through their own vision to provide their customers with a taste of Tucson. This is
just a snapshot of seven of Tucson's restaurants serving fabulous Southwest ...

Author : Carolyn Niethammer

Release : 2020-09-22

Publisher : University of Arizona Press

ISBN : 0816538891

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Drawing on thousands of years of foodways, Tucson cuisine blends the influences of Indigenous, Mexican, mission-era Mediterranean, and ranch-style cowboy food traditions. This book offers a food pilgrimage, where stories and recipes demonstrate why the desert city of Tucson became American’s first UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Both family supper tables and the city’s trendiest restaurants feature native desert plants and innovative dishes incorporating ancient agricultural staples. Award-winning writer Carolyn Niethammer deliciously shows how the Sonoran Desert’s first farmers grew tasty crops that continue to influence Tucson menus and how the arrival of Roman Catholic missionaries, Spanish soldiers, and Chinese farmers influenced what Tucsonans ate. White Sonora wheat, tepary beans, and criollo cattle steaks make Tucson’s cuisine unique. In A Desert Feast, you’ll see pictures of kids learning to grow food at school, and you’ll meet the farmers, small-scale food entrepreneurs, and chefs who are dedicated to growing and using heritage foods. It’s fair to say, “Tucson tastes like nowhere else.”

Feasting Our Eyes

19. Katy McLaughlin, “Food Truck Nation,” Wall Street Journal, June 5, 2009,
20. Sean Basinski, “Hot Dogs, Hipsters, and Xenophobia: Immigrant Street Food

Author : Laura Lindenfeld

Release : 2016-11-29

Publisher : Columbia University Press

ISBN : 0231542976

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Big Night (1996), Ratatouille (2007), and Julie and Julia (2009) are more than films about food—they serve a political purpose. In the kitchen, around the table, and in the dining room, these films use cooking and eating to explore such themes as ideological pluralism, ethnic and racial acceptance, gender equality, and class flexibility—but not as progressively as you might think. Feasting Our Eyes takes a second look at these and other modern American food films to emphasize their conventional approaches to nation, gender, race, sexuality, and social status. Devoured visually and emotionally, these films are particularly effective defenders of the status quo. Feasting Our Eyes looks at Hollywood films and independent cinema, documentaries and docufictions, from the 1990s to today and frankly assesses their commitment to racial diversity, tolerance, and liberal political ideas. Laura Lindenfeld and Fabio Parasecoli find women and people of color continue to be treated as objects of consumption even in these modern works and, despite their progressive veneer, American food films often mask a conservative politics that makes commercial success more likely. A major force in mainstream entertainment, American food films shape our sense of who belongs, who has a voice, and who has opportunities in American society. They facilitate the virtual consumption of traditional notions of identity and citizenship, reworking and reinforcing ingrained ideas of power.


I've had enough mad-hungry nights in New York City to have learned the beauty
of the taco truck burrito, the food I crave ... It's thanks to the flattop griddle most
food trucks use to sear onions and squash before tucking them into a soft flour ...

Author : Sarah Copeland

Release : 2013-10-29

Publisher : Chronicle Books

ISBN : 1452129606

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Vegetables never tasted better than in these richly flavored, satisfying vegetarian meals from Sarah Copeland, whose Newlywed Cookbook has become a trusted resource in the kitchens of thousands of new cooks. In her latest cookbook, Copeland showcases a global range of flavors, from the peppery cuisine of her Hungarian, vegetarian husband to the bibimbap she fell in love with in New York's Koreatown. More than 140 recipes cater to cooks of all skill levels and meal occasions of every variety, while more than 60 gorgeous photographs from celebrated photographer Yunhee Kim demonstrate the delectable beauty of these vegetable feasts. Feast is the book that satisfies everyone who wants to expand their repertoire to include more vegetables and grains as well as those transitioning to a vegetarian diet.


Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip Lindsay Anderson, Dana
VanVeller. REINDEER. MEATLOAF. There are a handful of food trucks in
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, but the most popular one by far is Chef Robin
Wasicuna's ...

Author : Lindsay Anderson

Release : 2017-03-07

Publisher : Appetite by Random House

ISBN : 0147529727

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Two friends. Five months. One car. Ten provinces. Three territories. Seven islands. Eight ferries. Two flights. One 48-hour train ride. And only one call to CAA. The result: over 100 incredible Canadian recipes from coast to coast and the Great White North. In the midst of a camping trip in Squamish, British Columbia, Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller decided that the summer of 2013 might be the right time for an adventure. And they knew what they wanted that adventure to be: a road trip across the entire country, with the purpose of writing about Canada's food, culture, and wealth of compelling characters and their stories. 37,000 kilometres later, and toting a "Best Culinary Travel Blog" award from Saveur magazine, Lindsay and Dana have brought together stories, photographs and recipes from across Canada in Feast: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip. The authors write about their experiences of trying whale blubber in Nunavut, tying a GoPro to a fishing line in Newfoundland to get a shot of the Atlantic Ocean's "cod highway," and much more. More than 80 contributors--including farmers, grandmothers, First Nations elders, and acclaimed chefs--have shared over 90 of their most beloved regional recipes, with Lindsay and Dana contributing some of their own favourites too. You'll find recipes for all courses from Barley Pancakes, Yukon Cinnamon Buns, and Bannock to Spot Prawn Ceviche, Bison Sausage Rolls, Haida Gwaii Halibut and Maritime Lobster Rolls; and also recipes for preserves, pickles and sauces, and a whole chapter devoted to drinks. Feast is a stunning representation of the diversity and complexity of Canada through its many favourite foods. The combination of Lindsay and Dana's capitivating journey with easy-to-follow recipes makes the book just as pleasurable to read as it is to cook from.

Fodor's Maui 2014

Maui's Food Trucks: Movable Feasts As in so many other places, the food-truck
culture is taking hold on Maui, but don't expect to find wellequipped, customized
trucks like the ones you see on the Food Network. And none (or almost none) ...

Author : Fodor's

Release : 2013-08-13

Publisher : Fodor's Travel

ISBN : 077043214X

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Every year Maui makes and often tops travelers' lists of the best islands in the world, and it's not just because of the great resorts and golf courses. Perfect beaches, green rain forests, and dramatic cliffs, along with spectacular marine life and rich Hawaiian culture, make Maui irresistible. EXPANDED COVERAGE: New restaurant listings highlight the best local favorites as well as top resort restaurants. Also included are the latest updates on nearby Lanai, now owned by billionaire Larry Ellison, who plans to make the island a model of sustainability. INDISPENSABLE TRIP PLANNING TOOLS: It's easy to plan a vacation for any interest using the book's Top Experiences and Great Itineraries sections; best bets for restaurants and lodgings; water-activities comparison chart; top beaches list; and tips for families and for weddings and honeymoons. DISCERNING RECOMMENDATIONS: Fodor's Maui ebook edition offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor's Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. "Word of Mouth" quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights. TRIPADVISOR REVIEWS: Our experts' hotel selections are reinforced by the latest customer feedback from TripAdvisor. Travelers can book their Maui stay with confidence, as only the best properties make the cut. ABOUT FODOR'S AUTHORS: Each Fodor's Travel Guide is researched and written by local experts.

Food Trucks

With food-truck fever sweeping the nation, intrepid journalist Heather Shouse launched a coast-to-coast exploration of street food. In Food Trucks, she gives readers a page-by-page compass for finding the best movable feasts in America.

Author : Heather Shouse

Release : 2011-04-26

Publisher : Ten Speed Press

ISBN : 9781607740650

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With food-truck fever sweeping the nation, intrepid journalist Heather Shouse launched a coast-to-coast exploration of street food. In Food Trucks, she gives readers a page-by-page compass for finding the best movable feasts in America. From decades-old pushcarts manned by tradition-towing immigrants to massive, gleaming mobile kitchens run by culinary prodigies, she identifies more than 100 chowhound pit-stops that are the very best of the best. Serving up everything from slow-smoked barbecue ribs to escargot puffs, with virtually every corner of the globe represented in brilliant detail for authentic eats, Food Trucks presents portable and affordable detour-worthy dishes and puts to rest the notion that memorable meals can only be experienced in lofty towers of haute cuisine. The secrets behind the vibrant flavors found in Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches, Hungarian paprikash, lacy French crepes, and global mash-ups like Mex-Korean kimchi quesadillas are delivered via more than 45 recipes, contributed by the truck chefs themselves. Behind-the-scenes profiles paint a deeper portrait of the talent behind the trend, offering insight into just what spawned the current mobile-food concept and just what kind of cook chooses the taco-truck life over the traditional brick-and-mortar restauranteur route. Vivid photography delivers tantalizing vignettes of street food life, as it ebbs and flows with the changing demographics from city to city. Organized geographically, Food Trucks doubles as a road trip must-have, a travel companion for discovering memorable meals on minimal budgets and a snapshot of a culinary craze just waiting to be devoured. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Caledonian Feast

... it skailed the bike; for I heard them, like guilty creatures, whispering, and
gathering up their truck-pots and trenchers, and cowering away home. ... Only the
two last, because professionally concerned with food, have had a noticeable

Author : Annette Hope

Release : 2010-07-01

Publisher : Canongate Books

ISBN : 1847674429

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A postmodern novel of melancholy memory and erotic fantasy—“a filthy tour de force”—by the acclaimed Scottish author of Lanark (The Washington Post). 1982, Janine is a searing portrait of male need and inadequacy, as explored via the lonely sexual fantasies of Jock McLeish, failed husband, lover, and businessman. Alone in a hotel room, Jock attempts again and again to escape the realities of his life through an elaborate sadomasochistic fantasy featuring a woman named Janine. As various memories—from childhood to marriage to his present predicament—invade his imagination, Jock reels through this endlessly inventive black comedy of a man’s mind. An unforgettably challenging book about power and powerlessness, men and women, masters and servants, small countries and big countries, Alasdair Gray’s exploration of the politics of pornography has lost none of its power to shock. “1982, Janine has a verbal energy, an intensity of vision that has mostly been missing from the English novel since D.H. Lawrence.” —New York Times “1982, Janine revived my flagging impetus to continue writing myself.” —Jonathan Coe, winner of the 2019 Costa Novel Award

Food & Feasts in Ancient Greece

Most people ate food that was produced locally . There were no planes , trucks ,
or trains to transport food quickly around the world . The choice of fresh fruit ,
vegetables , and herbs depended on what was grown locally in each season .

Author : Imogen Dawson

Release : 1995

Publisher : New Discovery

ISBN : 9780027263299

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Discusses food, farming, fishing, hunting, drinking, cooking, and feasts in ancient Greece

Feast for Thieves

My visions of more food evaporated in the warm café air. The sheriff slid behind
the ... He pumped the brakes as we came closer, made for the left-hand lane, and
inched by the row of idling trucks and cars. “This is gonna be a real mess,” he ...

Author : Marcus Brotherton

Release : 2014-08-15

Publisher : Moody Publishers

ISBN : 0802491286

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Preaching or prison. An impossible choice for a man who usually solves his problems with a rifle or his fists. Sergeant Rowdy Slater was the most incorrigible paratrooper in Dog Company during World War II. But after the war, when Rowdy robs a bank with the black-hearted Crazy Ake, he vows to turn his life around. The lawman, suspicious that Rowdy’s confession is a sham, gives him an ultimatum: Rowdy must serve for one year as the town minister, or go straight to jail. Rowdy’s choice? Preaching at the community church in Cut Eye, Texas, at the midpoint of nowhere and emptiness. At first the job seemed easy, particularly since Rowdy took over for the willowy female missionary who held the church together while the men were at war. But when Crazy Ake shows up with a plan to make some quick cash, Rowdy becomes ensnared and is forced to make a deadly choice.

Forbidden Feast

Upon closer inspection, Eden determined that on the front of Tony's richly—
textured shirt was a crusted substance that appeared to be congealed, food
stains. Although his ... my truck, so I had to hide. ... I wonder if there's Forbidden
Feast 99.

Author : Joelle Sterling

Release : 2013-04-30

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 1476705798

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Bestselling author Joelle Sterling concludes her vampire trilogy as a young woman must decide between love and saving her world. In the town of Frombleton, government and law enforcement are run by vampires, and humans can’t get justice—particularly after the sun goes down. Holland Manning has been studying witchcraft at the elite Stoneham Academy. Having reached the rare pinnacle of Witch of the First Order, Holland is the only human who has the power to thwart the vampires’ heinous designs. She alone can save the town’s residents. While devising a plan to overthrow the vampire regime, Holland is appalled to discover that another threat to humans has found its way to Frombleton: a growing band of ravenous zombies are prowling the streets, devouring the vampire’s food source and challenging their seat of power. And to Holland’s horror, at the helm of the marauding flesh eaters is the recently returned love of her life, Jonas! No matter who wins, the human race is doomed unless Holland can make the arduous decision to choose victory over love.

Feast Day of Fools

... food or ate or slept or worked or got drunk. He smoked his own meat and grew
his own vegetables, did his own repairs on his army-surplus flatbed truck, and
washed his clothes in an outdoor bathtub and dried them on a smooth-wire fence

Author : James Lee Burke

Release : 2012-03-27

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 145167533X

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Interviewing an alcoholic who witnessed a murder, Sheriff Hack Holland and his deputy recognize the work of serial killer Preacher Jack Collins in an investigation that is assisted by the enigmatic Anton Ling.

The Feast Nearby

Dairy laws, both state and federal, are among the most complex of all regulations
regarding food. ... that he regularly sees tanker trucks of Michigan milk headed to
Florida for bottling there, yet I'm fairly confident that the milk cartons in Florid-.1 ...

Author : Robin Mather

Release : 2011-05-24

Publisher : Ten Speed Press

ISBN : 1607740419

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Within a single week in 2009, food journalist Robin Mather found herself on the threshold of a divorce and laid off from her job at the Chicago Tribune. Forced into a radical life change, she returned to her native rural Michigan. There she learned to live on a limited budget while remaining true to her culinary principles of eating well and as locally as possible. In The Feast Nearby, Mather chronicles her year-long project: preparing and consuming three home-cooked, totally seasonal, and local meals a day--all on forty dollars a week. With insight and humor, Mather explores the confusion and needful compromises in eating locally. She examines why local often trumps organic, and wonders why the USDA recommends white bread, powdered milk, and instant orange drinks as part of its “low-cost” food budget program. Through local eating, Mather forges connections with the farmers, vendors, and growers who provide her with sustenance. She becomes more closely attuned to the nuances of each season, inhabiting her little corner of the world more fully, and building a life richer than she imagined it could be. The Feast Nearby celebrates small pleasures: home-roasted coffee, a pantry stocked with home-canned green beans and homemade preserves, and the contented clucking of laying hens in the backyard. Mather also draws on her rich culinary knowledge to present nearly one hundred seasonal recipes that are inspiring, enticing, and economical--cooking goals that don’t always overlap--such as Pickled Asparagus with Lemon, Tarragon, and Garlic; Cider-Braised Pork Loin with Apples and Onions; and Cardamom-Coffee Toffee Bars. Mather’s poignant, reflective narrative shares encouraging advice for aspiring locavores everywhere, and combines the virtues of kitchen thrift with the pleasures of cooking--and eating--well. From the Hardcover edition.

Food & Feasts Between the Two World Wars

Food processing became an industry . Foods were cooked , pickled , canned , or
bottled in large factories . These were often located in the builtup areas around
large cities , or suburbs . Truck and rail transportation allowed goods to be ...

Author : Philip Steele

Release : 1994

Publisher : New Discovery

ISBN : 9780027263220

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Discusses agriculture during the period, including the dust bowl, looks at the origins of grocery store chains and brand names, and shares period recipes

Food & Feasts in Tudor Times

At the end of the meal , a nursemaid would put the children to bed . New foods
Explorers and travelers brought back many “ new ” foods to Europe during Tudor
times . Today these foods are enjoyed all over the world . Trucks ...

Author : Richard Balkwill

Release : 1995

Publisher : New Discovery

ISBN : 9780027263190

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Looks at sixteenth-century farming methods, describes the kinds of food served in towns and for travelers and nobles, and shares period recipes

New York City Farmer & Feast

... flower business, greenhouses, walk-in coolers and storage facilities, and
painted delivery trucks to move Ryder Farm's products into New York City. And
yet, Betsey works tirelessly to make her foodgrowing space also aesthetically

Author : Emily Brooks

Release : 2012-06-05

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 0762789328

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Following in the footsteps of Connecticut Farmer & Feast, this second book in the series is a cordial invitation to meet fifty passionate farmers and producers who generate food from the bustling urban landscapes of New York City. NYC Farmer & Feast is a welcoming expose into the lives of NYC food producers and the delicacies they produce within the hidden enclaves of this extensive metropolis. Sumptuous full-color photos and elegantly written profiles throughout showcase lives rich in both food and history from all 5 New York City boroughs and Orange, Putnam, Westchester, and Putnam Counties directly to the north. This book brings locally produced food directly home to your kitchen with individually created recipes featuring each producer’s specialty food. NYC Farmer & Feast reconnects urban agglomerates, whether they reside within the hallowed network of the NYC mass transit system, to the bounty of locally produced food, and serves as a memento and travel guide of urban agritourism for visitors as well. Above all, it is a guide, a reference, and an edible manifesto for anyone who wants to put a face to their food and partake in the urban farming revolution.

The Immovable Feast

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Release : 1974

Publisher :


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Feasts and Frolics

Pop stopped the truck once at a railroad crossing, and Debby could hear the faint
cheep of the chickens under the burlap bag. Surely Mom ... He parked the truck in
the alley, and Debby and Mom and Jerry all helped carry food in to their stall.

Author :

Release : 1952

Publisher :


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Wedding Feasts

Author : Denise Greig

Release : 1991

Publisher : Raincoast Books

ISBN : 9780920417980

File Size : 22.43 MB

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