by Massimo Francesco Marcone and Jay Ingram
Hardcover, 198 pages, Key Porter Books, List Price: $22.95 |
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July 10, 2007 Excerpt: 'In Bad Taste'
July 10, 2007 Food scientist Massimo Marcone travels the world's remotest corners to investigate bizarre food "delicacies": cheese infested with squirming maggots, coffee brewed from coffee beans extracted from the feces of a cat-like creature, and so on. Marconi's new book is In Bad Taste? The Adventures and Science Behind Food Delicacies.
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