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The Chinese Lady

by Rachel Jagareski

Nancy E. Davis’s "The Chinese Lady" applies historical detective work to document the life of Afong Moy, who took an unusual journey through nineteenth-century America. It reveals much about the young United States, its view of other... Read More

Book Review

Hearts of Our People

by Rachel Jagareski

Hearts of our People catalogs the first major exhibition focused on Native American women’s art. Curated by Jill Ahlberg Yohe and Teri Greeves, and incorporating essays by many Native artists and scholars, this is a landmark... Read More

Book Review

Bake from Scratch

by Rachel Jagareski

Brian Hart Hoffman’s third volume of recipes from "Bake from Scratch" magazine continues the well-designed, inspirational format of the cookbook series with another 600+ recipes that dig into the details of baking everything from the... Read More

Book Review

The Peached Tortilla

by Rachel Jagareski

Eric Silverstein, a Chinese and Jewish American chef who grew up in Japan and Atlanta before moving to Texas to start a food truck, restaurant, and catering business, draws upon his culturally rich experiences to serve up “modern Asian... Read More

Book Review

Prep

by Rachel Jagareski

It’s not difficult to slip into the trap of eating out way too often when you’re first living on your own, especially given the allure of pub grub and takeout. As a dietician and the mother of three teenagers, Katie Morford offers a... Read More

Book Review

Sweet Nature

by Rachel Jagareski

In "Sweet Nature", Beth Dooley makes a persuasive case for replacing sugar with honey and maple syrup. She argues that natural sweeteners are not only better nutritional choices but add deeper, more complex flavors to recipes and help... Read More

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