Twenty Michigan Women in Food and Farming
Pays tribute to the women behind the local, sustainable, and quality foods of northwestern Michigan.
An Insider’s Guide to Detroit, Second Edition
The most popular printed guide to Detroit, Belle Isle to 8 Mile: An Insider's Guide to Detroit features nearly 1,500 Detroit attractions, sites, institutions, events, restaurants, bars, shops, and curiosities, from the essential to the obscure.
The story behind Faygo, a Detroit soft drink company since 1907.
A Farmers Market Shopping and Cooking Guide, Third Edition
An updated guide to Detroit’s renowned open-air farmers market, featuring stories and recipes from four generations of families, with new information, photos, and recipes.
Essays on Edmonton's Gardening History
Nine essays explore how gardeners and gardens moulded Edmonton’s social, cultural, and physical landscape.
Cookbooks and domestic manuals mainly from the Linda Miron Distad Collection
Catalogue featuring cookbooks and household guides, as well as manuscript cookbooks, dietetics, and health.
Food, Film, and the Politics of Representation
Employs the foodways paradigm to analyze the ideological dimensions of food imagery and food behavior in fiction and documentary films.
A lively and thorough history of Detroit’s culinary icon: the coney island hot dog.
A Chicago Culinary Memoir
Based on the pocket notebook and handwritten recipes of Irma Rosenthal Frankenstein, a young Chicago housewife from the turn of the twentieth century, Learning to Cook in 1898 is a glimpse into American culinary history.
Breweries and Beers Since 1830
Brewed in Detroit describes the history of the brewing industry in the Detroit metropolitan area from its beginning in the 1830s to the present revival by microbrewers and brewpubs.