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Author: Holly Hughes
ISBN13: 978-0738216034
Title: Best Food Writing 2012
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Language: English
Category: Cooking Education and Reference
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books; 2012 ed. edition (October 23, 2012)
Pages: 400

Best Food Writing 2012 by Holly Hughes

Best Food Writing 2012 book.

Our fascination with what we eat, its provenance, and its preparation just keeps growing-and food writing has continued to explode.

Each of the eight chapters address various issues and politics of food from vegan to gluten free of our shifting gastronomic landscape. In the chapter entitled Food Fights, Hank Shaw’s piece ‘On Killing’ from Cook. Originally published on Curled Up With A Good Book at ww. urledup.

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Best Food Writing 2012. About book: Zandstra From Memoir Journal Before she became a creative nonfiction writer and oral historian, teenaged Laura Zandstra helped her Indiana farming family sell produce at a weekly farmer’s market in Chicago. With impressionistic strokes, she evokes the market day experience as seen from behind the scales and cash register. smells like two hundred years of dirt and one hundred years of oil and gasoline spilled on pavement and then congealed in the dew before daylight

Скачать с помощью Mediaget. com/Best Food Writing by Holly Hughes! Tagged: Best. Hughes once again pulls together the year’s tastiest examples from the growing field of food writing. It’s the unexpected approaches to the genre of food writing that are the most appealing

Our fascination with what we eat, its provenance, and its preparation just keeps growing—and food writing has continued to explode. Once again, editor Holly Hughes plumbs magazines, newspapers, newsletters, books, and websites for the year's finest culinary prose—“stories for connoisseurs, celebrations of the specialized, the odd, or simply the excellent” (Entertainment Weekly). Featuring essays and articles from established food writers and rising stars, as well as some literary surprises, Best Food Writing 2012 captures the trends, big stories, and new voices. From going hunting to going vegan, from soup-to-nuts or farm-to-table, there's something for every foodie in the newest edition of this acclaimed series.Previous contributors include: Brett Anderson, Dan Barber, Frank Bruni, John T. Edge, Jonathan Gold, Gabrielle Hamilton, Jessica B. Harris, Madhur Jaffrey, Francis Lam, David Leite, J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, Molly O'Neill, Kevin Pang, Ruth Reichl, Alan Richman, Kim Severson, Jason Sheehan, Sam Sifton, John Thorne, and Calvin Trillin. 
Reviews: 7
I love love love this book. It's a collection of essays of great food writing and all of the ones that I've read in here are amazing. They really connect how food writing isn't just about the food itself but it has to do with the people that you eat food with and the places where you eat food. There was only one or two that I thought were ehh. The essays made me cry, the made me laugh, and the essays made me remember why I loved eating food. This isn't one of those sit down and read the whole book type things its more of a book that you want to sit down and flip thru the pages until you find one that you want to read. It's a great book to keep around the house to inspire you! Would recommend this book!!!
I've been buying and reading the Best Food Writing series since BFW 2000 came out (the year it started) - and this, the 13th volume, has more pages added to it with an even more diverse range of topics. I love how Holly Hughes spots the trends and organizes the articles around the trends, which are relevant. I hope she keeps this up for years and years to come...because not only is she a genius at selecting the articles and discerning the trends, she does so deftly and it feels like returning to an old friend's kitchen table, picking up where we last left off, and having a feast.
I love this series and it is hard for me to pace myself and not go from story to story. Some are funny, some tender, some businesslike , some are educational - but they are all worth your time. I have all of them and they are consistently excellent from year to year. Holly Hughes does a great job finding terrific material and don't miss her introductions, they are great writing as well.
How would I ever find time to read all the good food writing of the year? Thankfully, Hughes culled the field, and gave us the cream of the crop. Reads like finding your grandmother's tattered (and treasured!) recipe for your favorite dish! Holly Hughes is becoming a food tradition ritual for me, and I love the celebration of the best food writing collection each year. I'd like a second serving, please.
I am really enjoying this work. I will probably add the "2016" to my collection, too. There is so much to glean from this collect, where to begin? I reading another entry now!
Overall, this is a pretty good collection of food writing. I do wish that it included more writing about how the food industry is changing - but it does touch on that. The pieces it does have represent the many voices of food writing very well, and they're entertaining to read with very few that I didn't enjoy.
Brain Candy!
I love food essay anthologies and this is a great collection, as are all the Best Food Writing Essay series. The books contain numerous entries in a variety of categories and if you are a foodie, this is the book for you!