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Food Anatomy The Curious PartsPieces of Our Edible World Get your recommended daily allowance of facts and fun with Food Anatomy the third book in Julia Rothman s best selling Anatomy series She starts with an illustrated history of food and ends with a gl

  • Title: Food Anatomy: The Curious PartsPieces of Our Edible World
  • Author: Julia Rothman Rachel Wharton
  • ISBN: 9781612123394
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • Food Anatomy: The Curious PartsPieces of Our Edible World By Julia Rothman Rachel Wharton, Get your recommended daily allowance of facts and fun with Food Anatomy, the third book in Julia Rothman s best selling Anatomy series She starts with an illustrated history of food and ends with a global tour of street eats Along the way, Rothman serves up a hilarious primer on short order egg lingo and a mouthwatering menu of how people around the planet serve fried poGet your recommended daily allowance of facts and fun with Food Anatomy, the third book in Julia Rothman s best selling Anatomy series She starts with an illustrated history of food and ends with a global tour of street eats Along the way, Rothman serves up a hilarious primer on short order egg lingo and a mouthwatering menu of how people around the planet serve fried potatoes and what we dip them in Award winning food journalist Rachel Wharton lends her editorial expertise to this light hearted exploration of everything food that bursts with little known facts and delightful drawings Everyday diners and seasoned foodies alike are sure to eat it up.

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    1. This was a super interesting little book It s one of those books you pick up, read a little, put down, pick up again It s chocked full of little bits of information covering a wide variety of subjects Has great colorful handdrawn illustrations and fun font types that give it a bit of a notebook type feel Some of the things covered in this book are the Different ways people cultures set their tables Different forks and spoons and how to use them How cocoa is harvested and processed Different type [...]

    2. Julia Rothman dishes up a beautifully illustrated guide to the basics of food and food preparation in her new installment Food Anatomy, the third in her Anatomy series She covers a broad scope of topics, from food groups to spices to desserts and alcohol The guide is not designed to be comprehensive but instead to introduce food basics such as appropriate terminology, how various cultures use the food item, and little known facts.My favorite part of Food Anatomy was the trivia Rothman includes i [...]

    3. Made expressly for those people who, like me, love reading posters with pictures of plant varieties on them.

    4. A delightful visual tour through international cuisine, giving an insight into cultures without being overwhelming with information, and making it an enjoyable reading and learning experience This is one of those books that you have on your coffee table, and pick up to read a little before putting it down for another time, so read in small doses It s full of food basics and information from cuisines around the world, told through a charming and colorful illustrated glossary with little facts.

    5. A digitized ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Review WIPTo me, Food Anatomy is a book a bit hard to describe, as in, I actually have quite a mix feeling towards it it was SO GOOD, in a sense that it covered a broad range of odd and fascinating pieces of factual information on just about anything, but also a little too good, good enough to make me wish it were MORE in dephth on all the subjects Does that make any sense For a book titled [...]

    6. The art is so great that I m probably giving this book a higher rating than the content merits The information is fun but very surface level It needs a lot depth and detail to be truly interesting.

    7. Such a beautiful and fun read mostly picture book Great book to keep for a coffee table And some recipes that I will actually try too

    8. This was a Christmas present from my daughter, who knew of my love of cooking and interest in various foods and processes it s cute some useful bits, pretty to look at, fun to flip through with her but not anything substantial It s the book to buy the foodie who has everything.

    9. This cute illustrated glossary of food terminology has a handful of recipes and is full of interesting foods and food preparation items from around the world Some popular foods, such as coffee and chocolate, have extended entries that include varieties as well as information on how they are produced.I found much that was new to me in the book While it was necessarily not comprehensive, the author did a very good job of representing varieties of foods from across the globe I was surprised at the [...]

    10. I stumbled upon this book over random browsing at The Last Bookstore this is one of Los Angeles legacy indie stores The book was on my mind from then on.Food Anatomy by Julia Rothman is a detailed analysis of all kinds of food grains, eggs, greens, fruits, desserts, meat, drinks, beverages and for each of these she puts together the contribution by countries all over the world I did not know that the French croissant is crescent shaped to mark the defeat of the Ottoman Empire Fortune cookie was [...]

    11. This is a cute little book of illustrations about food and eating It kind of makes me think of Richard Scary books for adults There is an entire two page spread showing different shapes of pasta There is information about kinds of sushi, place settings around the world, and sandwiches for various regions Overall, it is a very interesting book to browse through If I had one complaint, it would be that sometimes the cursive captions can be difficult to read but I really had few problems with it.

    12. Charming, interesting, quirky Detailed, pretty illustrations of facts and information I d never considered all the types of rice, for example The tools section covering refrigeration and ovens through time and in various places didn t do it for me, but I enjoyed the food My favourite part was the short order egg lingo, including adam and eve on a raft and wreck em and cluck and grunt My time in a breakfast deli did not include these fabulous phrasesFun

    13. 4.75 I really enjoyed this book, it was very interesting to learn different facts about different dishes and drinks around the world and even the different place settings and manners I definitely want to add this book to my own collection at some point in the future My only complaint was that some of the handwritten could be a little bit hard to read at times.

    14. Food Anatomy The Curious Parts Pieces of Our Edible World by Julia Rothman Storey Publishing 2016 641.3 This volume is a nicely illustrated guide to various food and kitchen utensil identification My rating 7 10, finished 6 25 17.

    15. I love this book The actual recipes are impossible but I never wanted to make my own vinegar anyway The pictures are beautiful and I learned a lot, like how some fish have eyes that move across their heads

    16. Great illustrations again, and interesting info about food around the world, from the processing of chocolate from plant to candy, the fermentation process of a variety of things, recipesfun book all around

    17. Found this at the library and am thinking about buying a copy to keep at home Beautifully illustrated book that serves as a handy reference.

    18. Absolutely stunning, thorough information wise and completely engaging without being overwhelming I simply cannot praise all of Julia Rothman s books enough.

    19. Mainly a vehicle for Julia Rothman s distinctive, quirky art, versus an exhaustive or in depth source of culinary info Still, I picked up some fun, odd facts.

    20. This is like a sweet little coffee book or introduction to food for young cooks book with captivating illustrations It s a simple source for food trivia and fun to flip through.

    21. 3 1 2 stars Lots of lovely pictures and mouthwatering descriptions, but I wanted depth in some of the areas.

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