Saturday, July 30, 2011

Edible Secrets

Edible Secrets A Food Tour of Classified US History by: Michael Hoerger & Ma Partlow
Non-fiction, history food 123 pages
Book Count: 48

This is a book about the role of food in un-classified US documents. It includes the role of Jell-o in the trial of Ethel and Juilus Rosenberg, how a movie theator owner trying to increase popcorn sales ended up with the CIA using LSD on people without their knowedge, and how Coke's All American image got them government help in dealing with the fighting in the Middle East. It includes copies of the actual documents and then the authors discusing it's importants and role in history.

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