The Way We Ate: 100 Chefs Celebrate a Century at The American Table.

An innovative work of history and a cookbook like no other, The Way We Ate is the story of a nation’s cravings—and how they continue to influence the way we cook, eat, and talk about food today.

"Emotional richness, metaphorical flamboyance…" - Vanity Fair

 ”Innovative interpretations of classic recipes…” - Publishers Weekly

"Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be an original idea for a cookbook left to invent…” - Gael Greene, Insatiable Critic

"…a stunning historical cookbook" - Underground Eats

"… a wonderfully, irresistibly loopy, edible trek through history… a head-spinning who’s who in the best possible sense of that term." - Edible Manhattan

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Additional Press

Authors and Appetizers

The Village Voice

The Atlantic


The Good Cook

First We Feast

United Tribune San Diego

The Advocate

Four Pounds Flour