Eating architecture

By Horwitz, Jamie & Singley, Paulette

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ISBN
978-0-26208-322-5
Publisher
Cambridge, Mass. ; MIT Press, 2004.


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Reviewed on June 21, 2004

These 20 inquisitive, sophisticated and offbeat essays explore the junctions between cookery and architecture, probing the unexpected links between the two art forms. They're more numerous than one might imagine-as Phyllis Pray Bober reminds readers in the volume's prologue, Antonin Careme, father of French cuisine, claimed, "Most noble of all the arts is architecture, and its greatest manifestation is the art of the pastry chef." Separated into four sections, "Place Settings," "Philosophy in the Kitchen," "Table Rules...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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