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A Desert Feast: Celebrating Tucson's Culinary Heritage

  • TC002
  • By Carolyn Niethhammer

    Drawing on thousands of years of foodways, Tucson cuisine blends the influences of Indigenous, Mexican, mission-era Mediterranean, and ranch-style cowboy food traditions. This book offers a food pilgrimage, where stories and recipes demonstrate why the desert city of Tucson became America's first UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Includes the origin story of Native Seeds/SEARCH.

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Jane Bell

Great book. I wish I had a copy before my daughter moved from Arizona. Miss your retail store hope you have books seeds and gifts online

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BAIRD THOMPSON
EXCELLENT RESOURCE FOR NATIVE SEEDS AND MORE

We've been customers for a number of years and are always pleased with the variety of seeds/sauces/plants etc. for those of us that treasure the resources of the desert. Well worth the effort to sample their always valuable treasures

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Amber Sampson
A MUST buy for 2020 and beyond!

I purchased this book for my graduate degree and read it cover to cover! The quality of content is phenomenal for a scholar, yet also approachable and very engaging for anyone who simply wants to learn about Arizona. The book is very well organized and easy to read. It's peppered with fantastic stories, history, quotes, archeological evidence, recipes, and more. A 2020 new release which will grow to showcase the beauty and bounty of Arizona foodways. My favorite read of the whole year. I highly recommend this book to any lover of the Southwest!