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Here’s what I have:
“Ultimate Camp Cooking,” by Mike Faverman and Pac Mac, includes recipes you can cook over an open fire. The authors are also stand-up comedians. 208 pages, somewhat water resistant cover.
“Food From Many Greek Kitchens,” by Tessa Kiros, an elegant, beautiful, very heavy 333-page tome including elegant, beautiful recipes and photographs. Would work as a coffee table book, or highly sophisticated cookbook for advanced cooks interested in authentic Greek cuisine. Also contains stories and personal photographs.
“Tomatoland,” by Barry Estabrook, formerly a contributing editor at the defunct Gourmet magazine. It’s another in what’s become its own genre of anti-agribusiness exposes. This one is about what big business has done to the people who help raise tomatoes and other produce. Highly recommended with cover blurbs from Eric Schlosser (the Godfather of the genre), Ruth Reichl, Jacques Pepin and others.