YOU AND I EAT THE SAME
On the Countless Ways Food and Cooking Connect Us to One Another
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Part exploration of world culture, part ode to food, this collection of essays argues that food is a unifying force in the world, representative of the good that comes from the sharing of ideas across borders.
With titles such as "Everybody Wraps Meat in Flatbread," "Your Fire and My Fire Burn the Same," and "Curry Grows Wherever It Goes," each of the book’s 19 essays entertains as much as it informs, and a wealth of full-color photos add context and depth. "An impressive collection of essays and stories about how food connects people across political lines and cultural borders"—Smithsonian.
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