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'Smith knows his hamburger history . . . and his synopses of the rise of the great burger chains, and their global impact, provide an interesting point of view on the effects of globalization in the modern world.' --Eats.com
'amusing and informative' --Oxford Times
'The Edible Series contains some of the most delicious nuggets of food and drink history ever. Every volume is such a fascinating and succinct read that I had to devour each in just a single sitting . . . food writing at its best!' --Ken Hom, Chef and author
Andrew F. Smith is a hamburger aficionado who teaches culinary history at the New School in Manhattan. He is the author of thirteen books, including The Encyclopedia of Junk Food and Fast Food (2006), and has edited The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink (2007).