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Foreword by way of Marion Nestle
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The Recipe Reader: Narratives–Contexts–Traditions. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2003. Gopnik, Adam. 7 (9 April 2007): 80–85. Pollan, Michael. In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. New York: Penguin, 2009. Rombauer, Irma S. The Joy of Cooking: A Compilation of Reliable Recipes with a Casual Culinary Chat. 1931. New York: Scribner, 1998. Simmons, Amelia. American Cookery. 1796. Project Gutenberg. 4 July 2004. 10 October 2012. html>. Smith, Andrew F. Eating History: Thirty Turning Points in the Making of American Cuisine.
We piled out of the car, and he stood, expressionless. The box was full of personal odds and ends, his photographs, his toothpaste, the old clock he kept on his mantel. My father reached for the box. ” he asked. ” My father went inside for the large envelope. He said nothing to Juan about the box. When he came out the door, he called back over his shoulder. “Love,” he said. ” My mother and I climbed back into the car. My father walked over to Juan’s little house. He peered into the windows then came back.
Eating History: Thirty Turning Points in the Making of American Cuisine. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009. Theophano, Janet. Eat My Words: Reading Women’s Lives through the Cookbooks They Wrote. New York: Palgrave, 2002. Waters, Alice. Chez Panisse Menu Cookbook. New York: Random House, 1982. Wilson, Mary Tolford. Introduction. The First American Cookbook: A Facsimile of “American Cookery,” 1796, by Amelia Simmons. New York: Dover, 1984. vii–xiii. Invocation This page intentionally left blank • 1 • Porkchop Gravy An Invocation Bill Kloefkorn ••••••••••••••••• Not alone the blend of corn oil and flour and drippings, and browned bits flaked from the chops, but also the movement of the tablespoon in the hand of your mother, movement and spoon and mother no less ingredients than oil and flour, drippings and bits, you beside her not yet a man but a boy tall enough to watch the movement of the spoon, tall enough to see the mixture in the black cast-iron skillet blending, sizzling and blending, your mother with her free hand feeding the fire with small sticks you gathered this morning, not alone the sticks, but also the elm and the walnut the dead limbs fell from, and likewise the patience it takes for the blending, sizzle and pop and your mother’s thick hand moving the spoon in a circle, mother in a sky-blue apron not seeming to know you are there, or if knowing, not minding, until it is time for the adding of milk from a clear glass pitcher, not alone the milk but also the udder from which the milk derived, milk15 16 • Bill Kloefkorn white milk flowing slowly into the mixture of oil and flour, drippings and bits and pieces, steam rising aromatic and warm, small bubbles forming and bursting, patience sustained until the milk and the mixture begin to thicken, and your mother— she’s humming now, humming a tune you have heard so many, many times, but can’t remember the name of—slows down the stirring, slows it and slows it until she knows what the boy doesn’t, that it’s time, precisely, for the delicate process to end, time to give way to what the boy has been waiting so long for: faces in a circle at the table, the hesitation, the nod.