Burn the Ice: The American Culinary Revolution and Its End

By Alexander, Kevin

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9780525558026 9780525558033
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Penguin Pr.


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Reviewed on July 1, 2019  |  Science & Technology

James Beard Award-winning food journalist Alexander provides an ambitious, frenetic chronicle of what he deems the American culinary food revolution and its end. Beginning in 2006, Alexander credits Portland, OR—specifically chef Gabriel Rucker and his restaurant Le Pigeon—for prompting the rise of local, influential, casual fine-dining restaurants. The "Portlandization of American dining," he asserts, aided by the rise of social media and food blogs ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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