More please! How that came to be, how the tuna industry rose from being a local ethnic industry to a food giant, how that impacted the fish, their ecology and very survival, is the subject of this excellent and highly readable study by Andrew F. It is, literally, just about everything you want to know when opening a can to make a tuna salad sandwich. Expect surprises at every turn, as Smith hauls in this huge subject. Angling for a Big Fish.
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This Delicious Fish. Caucasians Who Have Tasted.
Porpoise Fishing. Alfred A. Knopf, Lolis, Eric Elie, ed. Lolis, Eric Elie. Faust, Drew Gilpin.
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Vintage Press, Finnegan, Cara A. Smithsonian Press, Fowler, Damon Lee. New Southern Kitchen. Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth. Gabaccia, Donna R. Gruber, J. Richard and David Houston. The Art of the South, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Scala Publishers, Gutierrez, C.
Cajun Foodways. The University of Mississippi Press, Hale, Grace Elizabeth. Pantheon, Harris, Jessica B. Karen Hess. Hilliard, Sam Bowers. Southern Illinois University Press, Humphrey, Theodore C. Humphrey, Eds. UMI Research Press, Isaac, Rhys. The Transformation of Virginia, Jones, Jacqueline. Vintage Books, Lu Ann.
Junior League of Charleston. Charleston receipts collected by the Junior League of Charleston. Kurlansky, Mark.
The Food of a Younger Land. Riverhead Books, Land, Mary. Louisiana Cookery. Lee, Matt and Ted Lee. The Lee Bros. Levenstein, Harvey. Levi-Strauss, Claude. The Raw and the Cooked. Pimlico, Lewis, Edna.
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The Taste of Country Cooking. Lundy, Ronni, ed. Cornbread Nation 3: Foods of the Mountain South. Nancie McDermott. McWilliams, James E. Columbia University Press, Mintz, Sidney. Penguin Books, Neal, Bill. Biscuits, Spoonbread, and Sweet Potato Pie.
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Bill Neal's Southern Cooking. Moreton Neal. Opie, Frederick Douglass. Pollan, Michael. Penguin Press, Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman, ed. Prudhomme, Paul.
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Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen. Edge, general ed. Reed, John Shelton. Robinson, Sallie Ann.
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Scott, Ann Firor. University of Chicago Press, Shortridge, Barbara G. Shortridge, Eds. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.