Who Invented Fine Dining in America?

“We have not honored the masters of the culinary profession by keeping their memories,” writes University of South Carolina food historian David Shields in the introduction to his new book (The University of Chicago Press). “In a strange way, the memory of cooking has condensed around recipes, dishes

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