You and I Eat the Same
An award-winning collection of essays on the myriad ways in which food brings people together across cultural and political boundaries. Featuring eighteen thoughtful and engaging entries by food writers and chefs from the world over, including René Redzepi, Tienlon Ho, and Osayi Endolyn on topics such as the false concept of an 'ethnic' restaurant or cuisine and our weird obsession with it, and the unavoidable universality that is fried chicken.
Soft cover with color photographs throughout.
Measures ~8.5"x9.5". 214 pages.