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"The Taste of Place provides a delightful and informed read, through the stories and analysis of people and places across the country, of terroir as dynamic; possessing a European-like food ethos but adapting to the American landscape."—Michael W.
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Fascinating book about how to define the idea of terroir that was a pleasure to read and has given me much to think. I recently had a conversation with one of the farmers at our farmers' market about the idea of "terroir" related to maple syrup, and I have become more aware of the degree to which wines are marketed with respect to place (vs.
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Amy Trubek's Taste of Place is a fantastic book. It's main thesis is that there is such a thing as terroir, or a taste of place, and she explores how this is manifested in the foods grown or developed in four separate locations: France, California, Wisconsin, and by: The Taste Of The Place cookbook has arrived.
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The Taste of Place: A Cultural Journey Into Terroir. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Pages. Amy Trubek’s latest book is an engaging and thorough introduction to the notion of terroir, or the “taste of place,” in the United States. begins with a deﬁned place, tracing the taste of place back from the mouth to the plants and animals and ultimately into the soil, creating a very Gallic twist on the oft-used American phrase “location, location, location.” In France, food and drink.
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Trubek begins her book from the French perspective, illustrating the ways that terroir can provide a nostalgic connection to France’s past. In this era of increased industrialization, Trubek argues.
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This exciting and expansive book convincingly argues that place is an essential lens through which to view all aspects of the food system, from bodies to landscapes to global economic flows.
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