The Man Who Ate Everything

The Man Who Ate Everything

And Other Gastronomic Feats, Disputes, and Pleasurable Pursuits

eBook - 1998
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Offers forty essays that recount the quest for the perfect fat substitute, the best formula for sourdough bread, and other culinary grails.
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 1998.
Edition: 1st Vintage Books ed.
ISBN: 9780307797827
0307797821
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Contents: The man who ate everything
Nothing but the truth
Primal bread
Staying alive
Why aren't the French dropping like flies?
Totally mashed
Water
Ripeness is all
Hot dog
Playing ketchup
Help yourself
Le régime Montignac
The waiting game
Vegging out
High satiety
Sweet smell of sex
Going for the burn
Stirring things up
Salad the silent killer
Just say yes
Salt
Pain without gain
Murder, my sweet
A fat of no consequence
Journey of a thousand meals
True choucroute
Hail Cesare!
Where's the Wagyu?
Kyoto cuisine
Creatures from the Blue Lagoon
Rosemary and moon beans
Going whole hog
Ingredients in search of a cuisine
Out of North Africa
Variations on a theme
The mother of all ice cream
Hauts bistros
Proof of the pudding
The Smith family fruitcake
Fries
Fish without fire
Back of the box
Repairman
Big bird
Pies from paradise.
Summary: Offers forty essays that recount the quest for the perfect fat substitute, the best formula for sourdough bread, and other culinary grails.

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SARA A MAXIMOFF
Jun 05, 2012

HILARIOUS! Steingarten makes me laugh, get hungry, and want to make my own sourdough starter. I was pleased to find a surprising amount of science in this book.

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