READ No Foreign Food The American Diet in Time and Place Geographies of the Imagination Author Richard Pillsbury

Igration patterns and the ways that cookbooks reflect and SHAPE OUR FOODWAYSTHE BOOK CONCLUDES WITH AN EXAMINATION OF our foodwaysThe book concludes with an examination of contemporary cuisine Noting current trends at home and in restaurants Pillsbury reflects on the changing character of the new American diet the growing nationalization Pillsbury reflects on the changing character of the new American diet the growing nationalization declining regionalization of what and how we eat and a new American diet the growing nationalization declining regionalization of what and how we eat and a where there is no foreign food. ,
Examination of the changing American dietAppropriately Richard Pillsbury reviews the colonial American diet and its evolution from Its Old World Origins To The Impact Old World origins to the impact the Industrial Revolution on food He emphasizes the roles of transportation development and technological change the rise of great food companies the changing role of the rise of great food companies the changing role of the distribution system the impact of changing imm. No Foreign Food explores the and transformation of the diet from colonial times to the present How and why did transformation of the American diet from colonial times to the present How and why did bland colonial diet evolve into today's restless mélange of exotic foods Why are Hoppin' Jon lutefisk and scrapple once so important seldom eaten today How has the restaurant shaped our daily menus These Hoppin' Jon lutefisk and scrapple once so important seldom eaten today How has the restaurant shaped our daily menus These hundreds of other uestions are addressed in this. No Foreign Food The American Diet in Time and Place Geographies of the Imagination