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Author Steingarten, Jeffrey.
Title It must've been something I ate : the return of the man who ate everything / Jeffrey Steingarten.
Published New York : A.A. Knopf, 2002.
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 Special Collections & Archives  TX631 .S72 2002    DUE 05-25-18 12:00AM
Edition 1st ed.
Description 513 p. ; 22 cm.
Note Includes index.
Contents Who is having all the fun? -- Toro, toro, toro -- Brain storm -- As the spit turns -- Cast party -- Taro, taro, taro -- A deep and blinding insight -- Salt chic -- Fear of formaggio -- The man who cooked for his dog -- Why doesn't everybody in China have a headache? -- Cheese crise -- The impossible dream -- The loaf that nearly died -- Addicted to losing -- Haute chocolate -- Tiers and laughter -- Is Paris learning? -- Lining up -- There is a god in heaven -- Chocolate dreams -- Scraping by -- Caviar emptor -- Cream of the crop -- Climb every moutain -- Birds of a feather -- It takes a village to kill a pig -- Downtown and far away -- Crossing the line -- Wilderness enow! -- Flat out -- Explaining expresso -- Thailand -- An intense hunt for the facts -- On a roll -- Supergoose -- Perfection pizza -- Red wine and old roosters -- Where's the boeuf? -- The most perfect so far -- Pot shots -- Decoding parmesan-- Prickly pleasures -- High steaks -- Standards and practices.
Summary Forty outrageous, deliciously provocative pieces from the food critic who eats everything, dreams perpetually of the ultimate food experience, and compulsively searches out the truth about how, why, and what we eat.
Local Note Special Collections copy is signed by the author.
Barbara Fairchild; Gift; 2013.
Subject Gastronomy -- Humor.
Food -- Humor.
Alternate Title It must have been something I ate
ISBN 0375412808
0375727124 (paper)
9780375727122 (paper)
OCLC number 49305817