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Food in America

Food in America

Andrew F. Smith
Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO
February, 2017

3 volumes:
1) Food and the Environment
2) Food, Health and Nutrition
3) Food and the Economy

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New York City A Food Biography

New York City
A Food Biography

Andrew F. Smith
Lanham, MD
AltaMira Press, 2013

New York City
A Food Biography
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Interviews, Reviews and Quotes

Recent Interviews, Reviews and Quotes

Mike Chalmers, “Del. Provides Stuffing for Nation’s Feast Popular Stove Top Holiday Dish Made Exclusively at Kraft Foods in Dover,” The News Journal [Dover], November 22, 2007

Answer Fella, “Mushrooms, Fugu & Chef Sweat,” Esquire (December 2007): 76. [Club Sandwich]

Joan Obra, “Pick Cookbook that Matches Food Fan’s Fancy; Guide Helps Pair Personality Types with Holiday Gifts,” Fresno Bee, December 19, 2007 [OCAFD]

Cheré Coen, “Traditions with a Twist: Black-eyed Peas Con Queso Southern Hummus Stuffed Cabbage with Oyster Dressing Oyster Cornbread Dressing Hoppin’ John,” The Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, Louisiana), December 27, 2007 [Hoppin’ John; OCAFD]

Sylvia Carter, “Dining Out on Culinary History,” Newsday, February 19, 2008 [National Arts Club historical diner 1908]

Marialisa Calta, “Bring it On: Hot Soup for Cold Times,” Daily Dispatch (Douglas, Arizona), February 20, 2008 [Soup]; article also appeared in the Eagle-Tribune (Andover Massachusetts)

Scott Hume, “Interface: Andrew F. Smith,” Restaurants & Institutions (July 15, 2008): [Hamburger]

Christopher Hirst, “The Credit Munch: the History of the Hamburger,” The Independent, August 23, 2008 [Hamburger]

Donna Pierce, “Spread the Love; the Time Is Ripe for a Peanut Butter Resurgence,” Chicago Tribune, September 3, 2008, p. 1. [Peanuts]

Nina C. Ayoub, “Nota Bene: Edible Books; Pets in Peril; Food Cheats; ‘Holey War,’” The Chronicle Review 55 (September 5, 2008): B17.

“Cover to Cover,” Atlantic Monthly 302 (October 2008): 116-7. [Hamburger]

Donna Pierce, “Savoring Peanut Butter,” The Orlando Sentinel, September 10, 2008 [Peanuts]

Helen Peacocke, “When Burgers Conquered All,” Oxford Times, September 26, 2008. [Hamburger]

Leslie A. Duram, “Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food,” Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 11 (September 2008): 407-408. [Junk Food]

Julia Keller, “Feast Your Eyes on This: Snacks and the Arts; Why Food, Entertainment Go Hand-in-hand,” Chicago Tribune, October 12, 2008. [Hamburger]

Christopher Borrelli, “Edible Books: the Lives of Food,” Chicago Tribune, October 16, 2008. [Hamburger]

Jonathan Sale, “Naples, New York, and a Queen’s Takeaway– a Slice of Culinary History,” Independent (UK), October 29, 2008. [Hamburger]

Jennifer Hewett, “Hail the Hamburger!” Holidays (November/December): 123-126. [Hamburger]

Marty Meitus, “Dressing Recipes Worthy of a Permanent Place at Your Table,” Rocky Mountain News, November 18, 2008. [Thanksgiving; OCAFD]

Jane Black, “Q& A Andrew F. Smith; A Culinary Adventurer Embroiled in Hamburgers,” Washington Post, November 23, 2008. [Hamburger]

Mary Meehan, “The First Thanksgiving is an American Myth,” Kentucky Herald-Leader, November 27, 2008 [Thanksgiving Turkey]

Laura Penny, “Junk, Inglorious Junk,” The Globe and Mail, December 13, 2008 [Hamburger]

Andrew M. Brown, “How the Hamburger Conquered the World,” Catholic Herald [UK], December 5, 2008 [Hamburger]

“Recipe Booklets,” Country Living (January 2009): 38 [recipe booklets]

Vit Wagner, A Groaning Board of Books Proves We Are What We Read, February 28, 2009, The Star (Toronto) [Hamburger]

Betty Hallock, “Daily Dish,” Los Angeles Times, April 8, 2009 [Paperback version: The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Aimee Levitt, “Monsanto to Food, Inc.: Drop Dead,” Riverfront Times, June 11, 2009

Francine Segan, “The Fourth of Barbecues; Hamburgers, Even Pizza, on the Grill,” Washington Times, June 24, 2009 [barbecue]

Jennifer Graue, “How Ketchup Conquered American Taste Buds,” Mercury News, June 30, 2009 [Pure Ketchup]

Maia Kushick, “Celebrate the Sandwich in August,” News-Journal.com, August 19, 2009 [Peanuts]

Joseph Brownstein, “Popcorn a Hidden Source of Antioxidants, Study Says; Does Popcorn Provide a Healthy Snack?” ABC News Medical Unit, August 19, 2009 [Popcorn]

Jonathan Brunt, “Playing Ketchup,” Spokesman Review, August 26, 2009 [Ketchup]

William Neuman, “‘Boneless’ Wings, the Cheaper Bite,” New York Times, October 12, 2009 [Chicken Wings]

“Eating History,” Publishers Weekly, November 2, 2009 [starred review]

Terri Schlichenmeyer, “Toothsome Little Morsel for the Bookshelf,” Pahrump Valley Times, November 4, 2009 [Review Eating History] [Also in DL ON LINE: “Eating History is a Deliciously Different Take on past Events”]

Veronica Hinke, “Warming to Shawarmas: Iraq Veterans Adapt to Middle Eastern Cuisine,” Sun-Times Media, November 5, 2009

Ann Levin, “Indian Food Curries Favor with Americans,” The Associated Press, December 31, 2009 [Indian food]

Rebecca Marx, “Future of Food Journalism is Fragmented, Niche-Oriented, and Possibly too Concerned with Keith McNally’s Ass,” The Village Voice February 9, 2010 [Food Writing]

Guy Adams, “Happy Meals: Why McDonald’s Has Been a Positive Force for Change,” Independent, May 13, 2010 [Hamburgers]

Chelsea Conaboy, “Can-do Culinary Leader,” Philadelphia Inquirer, May 16, 2010

Manny Fernandez, “Let Us Now Praise the Great Men of Junk Food,” New York Times, August 7, 2010 [Junk Food]

Samuel Muston, “The Tin Can Revolution: the Humble Invention That Changed the Way We Live,” Independent (UK) September 3, 2010 [History of Canning]

China Millman, “Menu: Peanut Butter and Jelly — from Simple to Complicated,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 5, 2010 [Peanut Butter]

Amanda Hesser, “Recipe Redux: Saratoga Potatoes, 1904,” New York Times September 22, 2010

“Book Review,” Journal of American History 97 (September 2010): [Eating History]

Devra First, “A Burger Is Only a Burger – Except When It’s a Steak,” Boston Globe, October 13, 2010 [Hamburger: A Global History]

Past Interviews, Reviews and Quotes

Fred M. Hechinger, “What’s the Proper Role for Education Department,” New York Times, April 29, 1986

“US Students Ignorant of Global Affairs,” Los Angeles Times May 12, 1987, p. 2.

Peter Baker, “Va. Colleges Discovering the World.” Washington Post, June 21, 1990, C01.

John Martellaro, “Pages through the Ages; Cookbook Collection at K-State id Full of Deliciously Rare Old Texts,” Kansas City Star, July 3, 1991, E1.

Marc Mappen, “Jerseyana,” New York Times, September 12, 1993, p. 100.

Carol Cubberley, “Home economics — The Tomato in America: Early History, Culture, and Cookery by Andrew F. Smith,” Library Journal 119 (November 15, 1994): 84.

Sandy Oliver, “The Tomato in America,” Food History News, 6 (Winter 1994): 8-9.

“Tomato in America,” [Review], Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer-Times, December 18, 1994.

Laura Shapiro, “Review of The Tomato in America,” New York Times Book Review, December 25, 1994, Book Review, p. 12.

Alan E. Davidson, “The Tomato in America – Early History, Culture and Cookery, Andrew F Smith.” 49 Petits Propos Culinaires (1995): 50. [hard copy]

Barbara Scotto, “Food — The Tomato in America: Early History, Culture, and Cookery by Andrew F. Smith,” Wilson Library in 69 (April 1995): 100.

Hartford Courant, August 9, 1995, G4. [Tomato in America]

Pat Dailey, “Wholly Tomato There’s a Lot to Know about the Tomato, Not the Least of Which Is It’s Legally a Vegetable,” Chicago Tribune, August 16, 1995, 6. [Tomato in America]

James Barron, “New Labels for Ketchup Real Fans,” New York Times, June 12, 1996, C1.

James Barron, “Ketchup’s Face-Lift: Heinz Finds that Kids ‘R’ Them,” International Herald Tribune, June 13, 1996, p. 1.

“Kids Couldn’t Live Without It,” Washington Post, August 14, 1996, p. [hard copy]

Ted Anthony, “Would You like Fries with That Ketchup?” Associated Press, 1996; http://www.s-t.com/daily/01-97/01-12-97/e05li004.htm

“On the Fridge,” Wall Street Journal, August 14, 1996, p. E03. [Pure Ketchup]

Daniel Young, “Time to Catch Up with Ketchup,” Daily News, October 9, 1996. P. [hard copy]

Alan E. Davidson, “Pure Ketchup – A History of America’s National Condiment, With Recipes, Andrew F. Smith,” 55 Petits Propos Culinaires (1997): 56. [hard copy]

Lisa Messinger, “Ketchup Uncapped,” Daily Breeze, January 27, 1997, E1

James Barron, “New Labels for Ketchup’s Real Fans,” New York Times, June 12, 1996, C1 & C7.

James Barron, “Ketchup’s Face-Lift: Heinz Finds that Kids ‘R’ Them,” International Herald Tribune, June 13, 1996, 1, & 6.

Andrea Mather, “One World under Ketchup: over 840 Million Bottles Are Sold Each Year,” Vegetarian Times (July 1997):

Donna St. George, “The Tomato, Singing Its Siren Song,” New York Times, August 20, 1997, p. C1. [Tomato in America]

Wheeler, Kenneth H. Wheeler, “Religion, Education, and Boosterism in the Midwest” [Review of the Saintly Scoundrel] H-SHEAR (September 1997)

Eric Asimov, “Close Your Eyes, Hold Your Nose, It’s Dinner Time,” New York Times, September 14, 1997, WK2.

Robert Booth Fowler, “The Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of Dr. John Cook Bennett,”

American Historical Review 102 (December 1997): 1571-2.

Anne Mendelson, “Through History in Many Modes,” [Pure Ketchup] Gourmet 57 (December 1997): 94-6.

Eric Asimov, “Gentlemen, Choose Your Sausage,” New York Times February 15, 1998, WK2 [tomato as a weapon]

John S. Haller, [Review of the Saintly Scoundrel], Annals of Iowa 57 (Summer 1998): 276-277.

Gene A. Sessions, “Review of The Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of Dr. John Cook Bennett, by Andrew F. Smith,” Journal of American History 85 (September 1998): 675-6.

Donald Q. Cannon, “The Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of John C. Bennett by Andrew F. Smith,” Journal of Mormon History 24 (Fall 1998):

Harold T. Muir, “Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of Dr. John Cook Bennett by Andrew F. Smith,” Journal of the John Whitmer History Association 18 ( 1999): 151.

Judy Hevrdejs, “Pop (Corn) Culture,” Chicago Tribune, March 19, 1999

Newell G Bringhurst, “The Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of Dr. John Cook Bennett,”

Western Historical Quarterly 30 (Spring 1999): 88-9.

Malcolm McConnell, “The Tomato; How Sweet It Is!” Reader’s Digest (May 1999):

Elisabeth Giacon Castleman, [Tomato in America], Slow, the International Herald of Tastes 13 (April-June 1999):

Brian Q. Cannon, “The Saintly Scoundrel: The Life and Times of Dr. John Cook Bennett,”

Journal of the West 38 (April 1999): 93.

Jennifer K. Ruark, “A Place at the Table,” Chronicle of Higher Education July 9, 1999, p.

Hsiao-Ching Chou, “Ketchup Reigns Supreme; Tomatoey Topper Universally Loved,” Denver Post, July 14, 1999.

Jim Chatfield, “A Reynoldsburg Man in 1893 Wrote Landmark Book on Fruit’s Culture,” Akron Beacon Journal, August 21, 1999

Kristian Eddy, “Pop On: America’s Love Affair with Popcorn Goes Back Centuries,” Chicago Tribune, September 15, 1999, p.

Ted Anthony, “Toys to Popcorn, Two Tomes That Travel Through Time,” Chicago Tribune, September 17, 1999 [Associated Press]

Margaret Vreeland, “Popped Culture,” Independent Publisher 17 (September/October 1999): :

Kristian Eddy, “America’s Love Affair with Popcorn Goes Back Centuries,” Kansas City Star. October 6, 1999.

Mary Martin, “Souper Tomatoes: The Story of America’s Favorite Food,” Library Journal 124 (December 1999): 176.

Terryl Givens, “Review: The History of the Saints, 3rd edition, by John C. Bennett, Ed. Andrew F. Smith,” Dialogue A Journal of Mormon Thought 33 (Winter 2000):

“By the Way” column; “History: the Condensed Version,” [Souper Tomatoes] New York Times, January 9, 2000 p.3 (New Jersey Edition).

N. Duran, “Popped Culture: A Social History of Popcorn in America,” Choice 37 (February 2000): 1121.

Jim Walsh, “Souper Tomatoes,” Courier Post, January 2000, p.

“By the Way; History The Condensed Version,” New York Times, January 9, 2000 [Souper Tomatoes]

Judith Rosenberg, “If You Can’t Stand the Heat,” [part of a series: “A Thousand Years of Food”], The Christian Science Monitor, April 5, 2000, p. 16; http://www.csmonitor.com/atcsmonitor/specials/athousandyears/homefront/food7.html

N. Duran, “Souper Tomatoes: The Story of America’s Favorite Food ,” Choice 37 (June 2000): 1836.

“Andrew F. Smith: Souper Tomatoes: The Story of America’s Favourite Food,” Petits Propos Culinaires 64 (June 2000): 55.

Marty Hair, “Ketchup Just Pours It on,” Akron Beacon Journal, August 23, 2000, p. ,

Judith F. Thomas, “Souper Tomatoes,” Science Books and Films 36 (2001): 71-2.

Florence Fabricant, “Calendar,” New York Times, January 24, 2001

Eric Asimov, “It’s Easier to be Green,” New York Times, April 8, 2001, WK2. [vegetarianism]

Michael Pakenham, “Review of Pure Ketchup: A History of America’s National Condiment by Andrew F. Smith,” Baltimore Sun, April 22, 2001, p. 11F.

Florence Fabricant, “Calendar,” New York Times, May 23, 2001, p. F8.

James P. Sterba, “This Thanksgiving, It Could be Turkeys Doing the Celebrating,” Wall Str
eet Journal, May 31, 2001, A1.

Greg Morago, “Summer’s Sweet Sauce Simply Red: When Warm Weather Hits, Ketchup’s the King of All Condiments,” Hartford Courant, June 15, 2001

Noel C. Paul, “Popping Profits,” The Christian Science Monitor, July 23, 2001, p.

Kristin Eddy, “Pop Culture Americans Consume Nearly 16 Billion Quarts of Popcorn a Year. Is it the No. 1 Snack? You Butter Believe It,” Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale), June 1, 2000

Helen Frangoulis, “All Buttered Up,” [Popped Culture] Playboy 48 (August 2001): 38.

Letters to the editor, The Christian Science Monitor, October 22, 2001, p. 10 [re Rush to Rewrite History]

Laurie Stuart, “The Tale of the Tomato in Salem,” Salem Courier-Post, July 23, 2001, p.

Michael Precker, “Foot-and-mouth, Mad Cow Disease, E. Coli … the Scare of the Week Has Some Texans Rethinking Meat,” The Dallas Morning News, May 1, 2001, p.

Florence Fabricant, “Calendar,” New York Times, May 23, 2001, p. F8. [speech at Horticultural Society]

Debra J. Hotaling, “Greetings from Planet Ketchup,” Los Angeles Times Magazine, June 10, 2001, p. 1.

Amanda Hesser, “Now Playing in the Heartland: The Great Popcorn Harvest,” New York Times, October 3, 2001, p. F1-2.

“The ABCs of Agriculture: K is for Ketchup,” Virginia Farm Bureau Federation (November 2001); http://www.vafb.com/magazines/2001/nov/1101_19.htm

Chris King, “Corn Bread Stuffing Gives Way to Kippy,” New York Times, November 18, 2001, p. 14 [turkey]

James Comer, “Centennial Buckeye Cookery,” Northwestern Review 73 (Winter 2001): 51-4.

Gary Allen, “Souper Tomatoes: The Story of America’s Favorite Food,” Gastronomica 1 (Winter 2001): 111-2.

Kevin R. Kosar, “The Saintly Scoundrel: An Interview with Andrew F. Smith,” Bully Magazine 2002

Kevin R. Kosar, “Ketchup, Tomatoes, Popcorn- What the Hell? An Interview with Andrew F. Smith,” Bully Magazine 2002

Casey Seiler, “Popped Culture,” Albany Times Union, January 2002, p.

“Cinema’s Real Star,” The New York Times, May 1, 2002, p.

Ian Parker, “Faster Food,” New Yorker (May 27, 2002):

Peter Hepburn, “Tomato in America: Early History, Culture, and Cookery,” [review] E-STREAMS Vol. 5, No. 5 – May 2002

“Paean to Peanuts; Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea by Andrew S. [sic] Smith,” Associated Press, May 14, 2002

Annalee Newitz, “In this Potato, the World: a Short Examination of the Global History of Everything,” The Guardian, May 29, 2002

Nancy Ring, “Jersey Farmer Pegged as Missing Popcorn Link,”Star Ledger, July 24, 2002

Charles Perry, “A Mystery Begins in the Backyard,” Los Angeles Times, July 31, 2002, H1. [ketchup]

Ian Parker, “An English Sandwich in New York,” The Guardian (August 9, 2002):

Cristián A. Sierra, “Condiment of the Aztecs; A Good Salsa Makes the Meal,” Tucson Weekly, August 8, 2002 [Souper Tomatoes]

“New York Bookshelve: Why New Yorkers Loved the Babe,” New York Times, August 25, 2002 [Cherne]

Anthony Day, “Book Review; Bent on Saving the World, One Political Refugee at a Time,” Los Angeles Times, September 19, 2002, E3. [Cherne]

Erika Kinetz, “So Pink, So New York,” [salmon] New York Times, September 22, 2002, p. 14.

Lytton John Musselman, “The Tomato in America Early History, Culture, and Cookery,” [review], Economic Botany 56 (October 2002): 406.

Andrea Strong, “An Ode to Sloppy Joe, a Delicious Mess,” New York Times, October 9, 2002

Cait Goldberg, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea,” Science News 162 (October 12, 2002): 239.

Adrian Karatnycky, “When Help Becomes a Problem,” Wall Street Journal, November 5, 2002, p. D8.

Michael Yeomans, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, November 28, 2002, p.

Kara Newman, “Member Profile,” Culinary Historians of New York 16 (Fall 2002): 7.

“Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea, by Andrew F. Smith,” Publishers Weekly (January 14, 2003):

Mark Pendergrast, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea, by Andrew F. Smith,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2003, p.

K. Fescemyer, “Reviews the book Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea, by Andrew F. Smith,” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 40 (February 2003): 1007.

Meri Robie-Craven, “The Tomato in America – Book Review,” Vegetarian Journal (January-February 2003):

Daniel H. Pink, “Is Natural Fast Food a Healthy Business?” Wall Street Journal Idea File, May 22, 2003

Ryan Lenz, “Popcorn Marketing Bursting Abroad,” Associated Press, May, 28, 2003

Abbie Gellman, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea,” Gastronomica 3 (Summer 2003): 100-1.

Olivia Wu, “Ketchup? Catsup? Ke-cap? Whatever the Name, a Squirt of Red Can Change Everything,” San Francisco Chronicle, August 27, 2003

Doug Blackburn, “America’s Favorite Condiment Goes High-Class,” Albany Times Union, September 24, 2003, p.

Molly O’Neill, “Food Porn,” Columbia Journalism Review 42 (September/October 2003):

Gerard Hogan, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea. By Andrew F. Smith,” Business History Review (Autumn 2003):

Lisa Friedman Miner, “Thoroughly Modern Meatloaf ‘Quintessential Comfort Food’ Keeps Up with the Time,” Chicago Daily Herald, October 15, 2003, p.

Donna R. Gabaccia, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea,” Journal of Southern History 69 (November 2003): 1002-3.

Douglas Martin, [Obituary of Samuel M. Rubin] “‘Sam the Popcorn Man’ Promoted Snack in N.Y.,” New York Times, February 9, 2004, p. D8.

Ian Hodder, “Musical Tastes: Famous Songs about Food,” LiveDaily, May 18, 2004.

Leah Eskin, “Crunch Time; the Snack That Fueled Millions of Fans and Launched Surprise Endings,” Chicago Tribune, June 20, 2004, p.

Daphne Rozen, “Excerpt from Celebrating the Tomato,” The American Gardener (July/August 2004):

Judith Weinraub, “Feeling Squeezed, OJ Trims the Carbs,” Washington Post, July 1, 2004, p.

W. K. McNeil, “The Tomato in America: Early History, Culture, and Cookery,” The Ozarks Mountaineer (July 2004): 45. [hard copy]

Jeff Wise, “Garden Variety,” Departures (July/August 2004) [tomatoes]

Trudy Eden, Why Popcorn, Ketchup, and Bananas Go So Well Together, H-Net Reviews H-Amstudy (July 2004) [reviews of “Pure Ketchup: A History of America’s National Condiment” and “Popped Culture: A Social History of Popcorn in America.”] http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=222381096374563

John Ehrman, “Leo Cherne, Neoconservative (But Don’t Tell Anyone),” Di
plomatic History 28 (2004): 591-4.

Malcolm Gladwell, “The Ketchup Conundrum,” New Yorker (September 6, 2004): 128-132.

Florence Fabricant, “Calendar,” New York Times, September 1, 2004, p. [culinary history class]

Roger Highfield, “What’s Cooking?” Telegraph (UK), September 8, 2004, p.

Doris Reynolds, “Let’s Talk Food: Hot-buttered Love to Orville and Christopher,”Naples Daily News, October 6, 2004, p.

Jo Ellen O’Hara, “Oxford Offers Food Encyclopedia,” Birmingham News, October 13, 2004, p.

Maria Glod [sic], “A Bread-and-Brulee Education Sophisticated Culinary Arts Programs Fire Up More Teens to Become Chefs,” Washington Post, October 18, 2004, p. B01.

Alison apRoberts, “Politics Sells – Even at the Grocery Store,” Sacramento Bee, October 27, 2004, p.

“The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” [Starred Review] Publishers Weekly 251 (November 8, 2004): 45.

Judith Weinraub, “In Search of the Smaller Bird,” Washington Post, November 17, 2004, F1.

“Knowledgeable Nosh,” Chicago Tribune, November 21, 2004, p. [Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Richard H. Steckel, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea,” The Historian 66 (December 2004):

Annette Nielsen, “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” The Saratogian, December 1, 2004, p.

Mike Dunne, “Holiday Gift Guide: a New Tome for Just about Every Taste,” Sacramento Bee, December 1, 2004, p.

Mary Ellen Quinn, “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” Booklist 101 (December 1, 2004): 687. [starred review]

Jean Prescott, “Cookbooks for Christmas,” The Sun Herald (Biloxi, Mississippi), December 8, 2004, p.

Geeta Sharma Jensen, “Memoirs, Mysteries and More to Fill this Year’s Stocking,”The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 11, 2004, p.

Barbara Durbin, “A Hero Sandwich of American Food, with a Side of Anecdotes,” The Oregonian, December 14, 2004, p.

Candy Sagon, “Big Five, “ Washington Post, December 14, 2004, p. F1.

Clara Silverstein, “Know it All,” Boston Herald, December 15, 2004, p.

Lois Friedman, “Read It and Eat,” Jewish Press, December 17, 2004, p. 11. [Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Joan Burnskill, “In Depth or at Basic Level, Food and Drink Fill the Pages,” Associated Press food column, December 20, 2004, p.

T. Susan Chang, “Latest Trend in Top Cookbooks: Good Food Takes Time to Make,” Boston Globe, December 22, 2004, p.

Lynne Rossetto Kasper, “Cookbooks Make Great Gifts; Wish List Fits Any Cook, from the Rookie to the Self-proclaimed ‘Foodie,’” Scripps Howard News Service, December 22, 2004

Dru Sefton, “Cookies Put Your Support for the Troops Where Your Mouth Is,” Newhouse News Service, released December 22, 2004

Richard H. Steckel, “Peanuts: The Illustrious History of the Goober Pea,” The Historian 66 (December 2004): 851-2.

M. M. Pack, “The Dinner Guest Lecturer,” Austin Chronicle, January 21, 2005, p.

Anne Schamberg, “Shelf Help, Your Guide to Smart Shopping,” The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 30, 2005 [Bloody Mary; Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Julia James, “Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” Library Journal 130 (February 15, 2005): 160.

Kim Pierce, “Book It: Foodie Convention Opens Events to Guests,” The Dallas Morning News, February 18, 2005, p.

Richard Poffenbaugh, “In the Garden: Book is a Helpful Reference for Today’s Tomato Growers,” News Journal (Central Ohio), February 22, 2005, p. [Review: Livingston and the Tomato]

Sylvia Carter, “A la Carter,” Newsday, March 9, 2005, p.

Tom Gilson, “From the Reference Desk,” Against the Grain (April 2005) [Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Meredith Cohn, “Perdue’s pioneering efforts remolded poultry industry;

Frank Perdue’s folksy TV commercials were credited in part with getting many Americans to shift from beef to chicken,” Baltimore Sun, April 2, 2005, p.

Joyce Adams Burner and Daryl Grabarek, “Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” School Library Journal 51 (April 2005): 85. [Starred review]

Adam Gopnik, “Dining Out,” New Yorker 80 (April 4, 2005): 92. [review of the Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America.]

“The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” Choice (for Academic Libraries) (April 2005):

Laura Taxel, “The Dinner Dance; Busy Lives Cut into Family Mealtime,” The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 13, 2005, p.

Brian E. Coutts, “Best Reference Sources 2004,” Library Journal (April 15, 2005):

Joshua Foer, “The Physics of … Popcorn,” Discover 26 (May 2005): 25.

Cheryl LaGuardia, “Oxford’s Reference Shelf,” Library Journal 130 (May 1, 2005): 30.

George M. Eberhart, “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” College & Research Libraries News 66 (May 2005): 404.

Judith Weinraub, “Bet for the Preakness: 32,000 Baked Crab Cakes,” Washington Post, May 18, 2005, p. F01

Peggy Grodinsky, “Tidbits of Texas History; Collector Savors Stories — and Dishes — from Vintage Cookbooks,” Houston Chronicle, May 17, 2005, p.

Kim Pierce, “Old-school Cooking; Foodie Group Reprints Historic Cookbooks, Including One from Dallas,” Dallas Morning News, May 20, 2005, p.

Peggy Grodinsky, “Lone Star Treasures; off the Endangered List, Cookbooks Offer True Taste of Texas,” Houston Chronicle, May 18, 2005, p.

Katharine Dean, “Reference that Rocks!,” American Libraries 101 (May 15, 2005): 1688

Carol Mighton Haddix, “A Treasury of Food History; University Opens Research Center Devoted to Nation’s Foodways,” Chicago Tribune, May 25, 2005

Anne Dingus, “Critters and Fritters,” Texas Monthly 33 (June 2005): 1.

Annabel Girard, “Around Town: Thoughts on Ketchup, Tea and Eating Out,” The Advocate Messenger (Danville, Kentucky), June 27, 2005.

Mary F. Williamson, “Book Review” [Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America], Culinary Chronicles 44 (Spring 2005): 14-6.

David Harrison, “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” Reference Reviews 19 (July 2005): 42-43.

Kari Kramer, “Salsa is a Favorite,” Country World [Rural Newspaper of Texas], July 28, 2005

Tom Gilson, “MILA, SLA, Book Expo Issue Reviews from the Reference Desk,” Against the Grain 17 (2005): 50+ [Review of Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Peggy Grodinsky, “Condiments Relish Praise Homemade Mustard, Ketchup, Buns Kick up Hamburgers a Notch,” Akron Journal Beacon August 24, 2005, [Pure Ketchup]

“A Taste of
Texas Past,” Texas Highways, September 2005 [Texas Cookbook Reprints]

“In the Saveur Library,” Saveur (September 2005): [Peanuts]

Paul Freedman, “Founding Farmers,” The Times Literary Supplement No. 5346 (September 16, 2005): 11. [review of Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Peggy Grodinsky, “Friends, Family Will Relish Your Fresh Condiments,” Houston Chronicle

September 17, 2005 [Pure Ketchup]

Sonia DeMarta and Lee Duhl, “The History of the Versatile, Wonderful Tomato,” Lexington Minuteman, September 22, 2005 [Tomato in America]

Jean Tang, “Itty-bitty Burgers,” Daily News, October 23, 2005 [Sliders]

Tom Jaine, “Star-spangled Platter; Tom Jaine Learns to Tell a Muffaletta from a Po’boy in Andrew F Smith’s Celebration of Stateside Eating, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” Guardian, October 29, 2005

Karen Herzog, “That’s a Hundred America’s Love Affair with the Big Pizza Pie Began a Century Ago,” The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel November 2, 2005 [Pizza; ODEFA]

[Review] “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” School Library Journal 2 (Fall 2005): 68.

Leigh Belanger, “The Power of Peanut Butter,” Boston Globe, November 9, 2005

Emma C. Spary, “Ways with Food,” Journal of Contemporary History 4 (2005) : 763-771. [Peanuts]

Sylvia Carter, “Pop Goes the Whole Grain; Popcorn Makes a Comeback — for its Great Taste and its Health Values,” Kansas City Star, November 30, 2005 [Popped Culture]

Kara Newman, “Stuff This,” Chile Pepper 19 (December 2005): 59.

James Barron, “The Cookie That Comes Out in the Cold,” New York Times, December 8, 2005 [Whippets Mallomars]

Jeff Barnard, “Meatloaf Popularity Grows Among Foodies,” Associated Press, December 27, 2005

Jennifer Steinhauer, “Generation Pad Thai,” New York Times Magazine, January 15, 2006

Andrea Strong, [Steak Tartare]

Stephanie Hoo, “Del Monte Pulls Hawaii Operation, Pineapples to Be Grown Cheaper Elsewhere,” Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette [Associated Press], March 12, 2006

Ellen J. Fried, “Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” [Review] Public Health Reports 121 (March–April 2006):

Peggy Grodinsky, “Food for Thought; New Book Illuminates Lives of Those Who Influenced the Way We Eat,” Houston Chronicle, March 21, 2006

Carolyn Holland, “Frozen Assets,” Pittsburgh Review-Tribune, March 26, 2006 [Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Susannah Gardiner, “Our Finest Hour; Lunch at an Upscale Sandwich Shop: $10. A Badly Needed Break from the Workday: Priceless,” Washington Post Magazine, April 8, 2006.

Carole Counihan, “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America,” Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture 6 (2006): 94-95.

Scott Jaschik, “The Quest for Crossover Books,” Inside Higher Ed, May 22, 2006 Online: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2006/05/22/books

Shivani Vora, “Frozen Treats: A Bite of Childhood,” New York Times, May 31, 2006.

William Friedland, “Tomatoes: a Review Essay,” Agriculture and Human Values 23 (June 2006): 253-262.

Barbara Damrosch, “A Cook’s Garden; Pop Goes the Classic Snack,” The Washington Post, June 1, 2006, H07

Judith Weinraub, “Crab Cake Season off and Running,” Cincinnati Post, June 7, 2006,

“Shady Position,” Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock). June 7, 2006 [Robert Gibbon Johnson and the tomato; Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

T. W. Barritt, “Food Historians Serve Up a Feast for the Ages,” Culinary Types 1 (2006) at: http://culinarytypes.com/db4/00303/culinarytypes.com/_download/CulinaryTypes_FoodHistorians_Vol1_Number1_July06.pdf

Michael Zitz, “Patriot Acts, New Brews Named for Two Founding Fathers,” The Free Lance-Star, July 2, 2006, F1 & F3 [Fredericksburg, Virginia] [re Sam Adams Beer]

Jennifer Bain, “The Other Side of Town,” Toronto Star, August 16, 2006 [Real American Food]

Elizabeth Gage, “Using Just a Bit of Ketchup Can Add A Lot of Flavor,” Gilroy Dispatch, August 28, 2006

“Publications,” Historians’ Newsletter of Ontario County 24 (July 2006) [Published by the Ontario County Historians]

“Books for Cooks and Contest,” The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 6, 2006 [Real American Food]

Richard J. S. Gutman, “250 Years of Mayo,” National Post (Toronto), September 20, 2006 [Mayonnaise]

“The Turkey: An American Story,” Publishers Weekly, September 18, 2006 [Review]

“The Cook’s Shelf,” Oakland Press, August 28, 2006, Section C, p. 1. [Real American Food]

Daily Herald [Chicago], October 18, 2006 [Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food and The Turkey: An American Story]

Jeffrey Kastner, “Ingestion: Talking Turkey,” Cabinet: A Quarterly of Art and Culture Issue 23 October 2006): 13-17. [q & a interview– The Turkey: An American Story]

Emily Fleischaker, “Interview and Review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food.” Bon Appétit’s Editors Blog Epicurious.com October 23, 2006

Amy Matthew, “No Tricks, No Treats; Halloween Food Adds Spooky Fun to the Festivities,” Pueblo Chieftan, October 25, 2006 [Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America]

Jason Headley, “”Andrew F. Smith, The Turkey in America” [review], Paste Magazine [Decatur, Georgia] (November 2006).

Allison Askins, “For Books and Gifts with Taste, We Give Thanks,” The State.Com http://www.thestate.com/mld/thestate/, November 1, 2006 [Review of Turkey]

Marilyn Dahl, “The Turkey Reviewed, Self Awareness, Daily Enlightenment for the Book Trade, November 3, 2006, Volume 1, [Review of Turkey]

Lisa Anderson, “Biting into Cookie Nostalgia,” Chicago Tribune, November 5, 2006 [Mallomars; Junk Food]

Amy Keyishian, “Squanto Never Ate Popcorn; An Investigation of Thanksgiving Dinner,” Chow.com November 6, 2006, http://www.chow.com/stories/10198 [Turkey; Popcorn]

“Turkey Lit,” Associated Press, November 8, 2006 [Review of Turkey]

Tara McClellan, “Turkey New Book Tells All,” State Journal-Register, November 8, 2006 [Turkey]

Peggy Grodinsky, “All about Turkeys: from Egg to Oven,” Houston Chronicle, November 13, 2006 [review]

Terri Schlichenmeyer, “The Turkey,” [review] [syndicated book reviewer in numerous local newspapers,] November 13, 2006

Michael Schrader, “America’s Diverse Cuisine and Well-loved Classics Shine,” Nation’s Restaurant News, November 13, 2006 [Review of Real American Food]

“Social News,” Reporter-Times (Martinsville, Indiana), November 13, 2006 [Turkey]

“The Turkey: An American Story” [Review], Garavi Gujarat

“Thanksgiving; Horse Feathers! Author Plucks
Myths about Holiday Turkey,” The Charlotte Observer, November 15, 2006

Kiri Tannenbaum, “The Right Stuff-ing; These Trimmings Are for the Birds,” New York Post, November 15, 2006 [re stuffing/turkey]

Howie Rumberg, “Idiot in the Kitchen,” Associated Press, November 17, 2006 [Turkey]

Emily Yoffe, “America’s Bird: The Turkey, in Love and War,” The Weekly Standard, November 18, 2006 [review of Turkey]

Aram Bakshian Jr., “Gastronomy,” The Wall Street Journal, November 18, 2006 [Turkey]

Lisa Anderson, “Pass the What? Turkey Unlikely at Pilgrim Feast,” Chicago Tribune, November 19, 2006 [Turkey]

“Get Stuffed,” Emerils.com, www.emerils.com/cooking/ November 20, 2006 [The Turkey]

Bryan Le Beau, “New Way to Talk Turkey; When Old World and New World Birds Meet, They Breed Anecdotes,” The Star (Kansas City), November 21, 2006 [Review of Turkey]

Howie Rumberg, “You Talkin’ (Turkey) to Me? What’s So Special about Turkey?,” Associated Press, November 21, 2006 [Turkey]

“Quick Takes,” Inside Higher Ed, November 22, 2006 [Turkey]

Judith W. Winne, “America’s Fair Fowl; a New Book Explains Why the Humble Turkey Is the Star of the Thanksgiving Table,” Courier-Post [South Jersey], November 22, 2006 [Turkey]

Jack Kelly, “The Truth about Thanksgiving,” AmericanHeritage.com, November 22, 2006 [Turkey]

Suzanne Wilson, “The Word on the Bird,” Daily Hampshire Gazette (Western Massachusetts), November 22, 2006

John Kass, “This Thanksgiving Story Is No Turkey,” Chicago Tribune, November 23, 2006

John Mariani, Virtual Gourmet, December 3, 2006 [Review of The Encyclopedia of Fast Food and Junk Food]

“Notes from the Kitchen,” Emerils.com, December 4, 2006 [review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food]

Lisa Innis, “Review of The Turkey: An American Story,” Library Journal, (January 15, 2007)

“Reference,” Library Journal (January 15, 2007)[review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food]

“Lawrence Looks at Books,” Thompson Gale, February 4, 2007 [review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food]

Bee Wilson, “The Joy and Horror of Junk Food, Times Literary Supplement, February 14, 2007 ” [review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fats Food]

“Review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food,” VOYA Voice of Youth Advocates (February 2007)

S. A. Marien “Review of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food,” Choice 44 (February 2007): 958-9.

Joanna Poncavage, “More and More, Peanuts Are Coming out of Their Shells,” The Morning Call (Allentown, Pennsylvania), March 21, 2007

Joanna Poncavage, “Going Gaga for Goobers,” The Gazette (Colorado Springs), March 21, 2007, D1 & D7.

N. Duran, [Review of] “The Turkey: an American Story,” Choice 44 (March 2007): 1190.

Paul Swider, “A Taste of Amish Comes to the Beach,” St. Petersburg Times, April 11, 2007

Rick Nichols, “Look, Book of Food Facts Spells P-h-i-l-a,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 12, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Amanda Hesser, “Food: Recipe Redux 1939: Ceylon Curry of Oysters,” New York Times Magazine, April 15, 2007

Julian Smith, “Gastropubs Straddle Bar-Restaurant Line,” USA Today, April 11, 2007

Jennifer Dawson, “Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food,” [Review of] Booklist 16 (April 15, 2007): 64.

Karola Saekel, “Picks from the New Spring Crop,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 18, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Renee Enna, “Celebrating Our Foodways,” Chicago Tribune, April 18, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Andrea Strong, “Food for Thought,” New York Post, April 22, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Amy Culbertson, “Express Lane,” Star Telegram [North Texas], April 25, 2007

St. John Frizell, Epicurious.com, April 26, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Katherine A. Powers, “On the Perilous Occupation of Fork Lifting,” Boston Globe, May 6, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Paul Levy, “Food: What to Eat. What Not to Eat. More than Hot Dogs and Apple Pie;

How the Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink Falls Short,” Slate, May 9, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Sharon J. Gintzler, “Here’s to Mom; Kitchen Inspirations Begin with Family, Where Tradition Is Passed along with Passion,” The Star-Ledger, May 9, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Eric Asimov, “Karen Hess, 88, Dies; Culinary Historian Who Challenged Standards,” New York Times, May 19, 2007, C10. [Hess]

Mary Rourke, “Karen Hess, 88; Helped Create Field of Food History,” Los Angeles Times, May 22, 2007 [Hess]

Amanda Hesser, “Cooking,” New York Times Book Review, June 3, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink}

Terri Schlichenmeyer, “Give Dad a Novel Gift,” Albany Democrat-Herald, June 13, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Michael Hastings, “New Book Takes Broad Look at Food in America,” Winston-Salem Journal, June 14, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

“Lawrence Looks at Books,” Thompson Gale, June 14, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

William Grimes, “Eating the Environment: A Literary Kitchen Cornucopia,” New York Times, June 15, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Nancy Stohs, “Impress Guests with Tidbits on American Food,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 19, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Merlye Evans, “U.S. Food Whys,” Food Arts 20 (June 2007): 19-20. [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Melissa McCart, “Eating Around: Hot Cold Comforts,” Express, June 21, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Mollie Chen, “The Nation That Ate Everything?” CondeNast Traveler, June 22, 2007

Jill Hunter Pellettieri, “Make it a Large for a Quarter More? A Short History of Movie Theater Concession Stands. Plus: a Candy Quiz!” Slate, June 26, 2007 [Popcorn]

Josh Ozersky, “The Hallowed Halls of Beef,” Saveur, July 2007, p. 53. [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

Evelyn Small, “Eat, Drink and Be Merry,” in Book World, Washington Post, July 1, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

“Food Calendar,” Dallas Morning News, July 3, 2007 [Presentation in Dallas]

Charles Perry, “The American Issue: Profile: Andrew Smith, Ketchup Guy, Turns Burgermeister,” Los Angeles Times, July 4, 2007 [also in Newsday, July 15, 2007]

Susan Reimer, “The Food of Independence; Early Americans Enjoyed Fourth of July Fare from Lands Old and New,” Baltimore Sun, Ju
ly 4, 2007

Amy Culbertson, “This Week’s Menu,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, July 4, 2007 [Presentation in Ft. Worth]

Sharon J. Gintzler, “The Heat Is on; Let the Fourth of July Be Your Stage for Special Salsas,” Newark Star-Ledger, July 04, 2007 [Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink]

M. M. Pack, “United Plates; Andrew F. Smith at Central Market,” Austin Statesman, July 6, 2007 [Presentation in Austin]

“Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food,” UCR Magazine of UC Riverside 2 (Spring 2007): 23.

“The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink,” Wall Street Journal, July 28, 2007 [Review]

Mara Zepeda, “Old-fashioned Way Is Best, When it Comes to Condiments,”

Boston Globe, August 1, 2007 [Ketchup]

Levenstein, Harvey, “The Turkey: An American Story,” [review] The New England Quarterly (June 2007): 324-326.

John Charles, [Review of] Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink,” Library Journal (August 2007)

“Love Frozen Pizza? Join the Midwest Crowd,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 17, 2007

“We Learn to Love Foam,” Condé Nast Traveler, (September 2007): 70. [Foam]

Gail Borelli, “Homemade Ketchups and Mustards Bring out the Best in Any Wiener,” Kansas City Star, August 29, 2007 [Ketchup]

Jean Stevens, “New Jersey Poised to Feed a Region Hungry for Them,” Herald News (North Jersey), August 29, 2007 [Tomatoes]

Mark Dery, “Remembrance of Tacos Past,” Salon.com, September 4, 2007 [tacos]

Robin Mather Jenkins, “New Food Organization Considers the Sausage,” Chicago Tribune Blog, September 11, 2007

Gail Borelli, “Try New Tastes with DIY Condiments,” Detroit Free Press, September 12, 2007

Dean Tudor, “Review of the OCAFD,” Gothic Epicures VinCuisine, September 26, 2007, www.deantudor.com

Joyce Adams Burner, “The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink”[Review], School Library Journal, October 1, 2007

Erica Marcus, “Why Orange Juice is Our Morning Drink,” Newsday, November 6, 2007

Dave DeWitt, “The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink,” Fiery Foods & BBQ 51 (September/October 2007): 45. [OCAFD]

Steven Shaw, “Eating in America,” Saveur 106 (November 2007): 23-24. [OCAFD]

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