Immigrant Influence on American Food
12:00 pm
Fri November 12, 2010

Immigrant Influence on American Food

Immigrant Influence on American Food America is often described as a melting pot and that depiction of our country is never more true than what is in that actual melting pot - the food we eat. From the country's founding, our food has been greatly influenced by the people who have come to live in America. Whether it's Italian spices, Asian cooking methods or new fruits and vegetables grown or imported here, immigrants continue to change what we eat and how we cook. Noted food critic and award winning writer, Molly O'Neill has been traveling the country to dine with people in different regions who cook different foods. She is traveling to the area to dine with 50 other folks and talk about her new book One Big Table: A Portrait of American Cooking. Pull up a chair and sit in while we talk about food across America on Charlotte Talks. *Ellis Island dinner image courtesy Molly O'Neill Guests Molly O'Neill - Author, One Big Table: A Portrait of American Cooking Dan Huntley - BBQ expert and Caterer, Outdoor Feast Catering Peter Reinhart - Chef on Assignment, Johnson and Wales University WFAEats (WFAE's brand spankin' new Food Blog!) One Big Table (Molly O'Neill's website) Smoke Southern Barbeque (Dan Huntley's restaurant) Amazon | Extreme Barbecue by Dan Huntley Events | Book signings, dinners and events with Molly O'Neill Add and read comments

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