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"Poolside reading for gourmets with upper-echelon IQs." Metropolitan Home "...Serves up a surprisingly palatable experience." Julia Mandell Architecture

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Jamie Horwitz is Associate Professor of Architecture at Iowa State University. Paulette Singley is Associate Professor of Architecture at Woodbury University and in the Department of Arts and Sciences at Art Center College of Design.

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My pleasure 9 April 2011
By Leslie - Published on Amazon.com
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I first discovered this jewel at my college library. I enjoyed it so much I ultimately purchased a copy for my own Food Studies collection. It is visually attractive and an excellent example of fine writing with a thought provoking perspective. Highly recommended.
4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Delicious! 10 July 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Editors Horwitz and Singley have assembled a delectable recipe of essays that graze on an admixture of architecture and food. Highly recommended.
0 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I've never seen it or read it! 20 May 2011
By cinbin - Published on Amazon.com
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Sorry, I can't help you. I've never seen the book, but the title was very appropriate for the person it was chosen for. It was sent to a relative who's an architect and loves to eat and cook. Obviously, the title appealed. I do hope he likes it, but I haven't heard anything yet. Thanks
4 of 28 people found the following review helpful
A Fascinating Book, Marred by Poor Typeface 8 Feb. 2005
By Dylan Gordon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Although what a book says is perhaps the most pressing sphere in which to evaluate it, the way those words are presented can sometimes, sadly, eclipse the content.

This is one of those unfortunate books, cast asunder before it was even fully born. The crime: body text in sans-serif! And not only that, but on glossy pages. I could almost handle the typeface, but it does, truly, give me a headache. Add in the somewhat patchy editing and it makes for a lot of frustration.

A fascinating book with fascinating content. If only I could read it for more than a few minutes at a time. If, like me, you are one of those who refuses to purchase books printed in horrible, difficult-to-read fonts: this is one of them.
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