By The Numbers

By The Numbers: The Oxford Encyclopedia Of Food And Drink In America

It's a very big book about eating and drinking
Nov 26, 2012 1:01 pm

Wondering what exactly constitutes Appalachian food? Curious about what people were eating for dessert in the 1950s? (Answer: zabaglione.) Find out about nearly every American food topic you can fathom, from airplane food to Zombie cocktails, by consulting the newly updated Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America, now in its second edition. Here's a breakdown of the 2,560-page tome.

Fast Stats From Auction Napa 
Valley

America's largest wine auction, with live cheetahs
Jun 5, 2012 1:01 pm

This past weekend, Napa Valley Vintners held its annual community fundraiser and baller wine auction at the Meadowood Resort  St. Helena, California. Here's a numerical breakdown of all the action.

Dinner for Four Thousand?

Cooking for hungry Midshipmen at the Naval Academy
Jul 12, 2011 10:46 am

For David O’Malley as with hundreds and thousands of others who know their way around a kitchen, cooking is a second-nature activity that you do between one and three times a day. The difference between O’Malley and the rest of us is that most of us aren’t cooking for 4,500 hungry members of the Armed Services.

Cooking for such a large number of people every...

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