Description - Hamburger by Andrew F. Smith
The hamburger has been a staple of American culture for the last century, both a source of gluttonous joy and a recurrent obstacle to healthy eating. Now the full beauty of the burger in all its forms is explored in Hamburger. Andrew F. Smith traces the trajectory of hamburger history, from its humble beginnings as a nineteenth-century street food sold by American vendors, from which it soon spread to the menus of diners and restaurants.
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Author Biography - Andrew F. Smith
Andrew F. Smith is a hamburger enthusiast who teaches culinary history at the New School, New York. He is the author of The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food (2006) and edited The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink (2007).