Edible CityBook - 2016
The story of food in Seattle is a living history. Through photos and narratives, "Edible City" takes us from the city's early eating days up through the modern boom, introducing us to iconic figures and signature foods. It also includes several recipes that helped define the region, from the Dutch Baby invented by a local restaurateur to an irresistible shortcake using strawberries developed by Washington State University. From farmers markets to foraged foods to famous restaurants, we learn how what we eat helps show who we are.
Publisher: Seattle, WA : Museum of History & Industry, 
Copyright Date: ©2016
Branch Call Number: 641.59797 D418E 2016
Characteristics: 79 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
From Library Staff
Through photos and narratives, Edible City takes the reader from Seattle's early eating days up through the modern boom, introducing iconic figures and signature foods. (adapted from publisher's copy).
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