How to Feed an Army : Recipes and Lore from the Front Lines

By: Lewin, Jim; Huff, P. J.

Price: $8.28

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Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket


Enjoy a fascinating slice of American history in this wonderful examination of military fare from the American Revolution through the war in Iraq. Full of absorbing facts and trivia, this book features more than 100 actual military recipes, culled from a variety of primary sources and spanning American military history from the early 18th century through today's war in Iraq. Recipes include: Cannonballs from the Spanish-American War (there were more casualties in this war from food poisoning than from combat) ; Civil War hard tack (also called "sheet-iron crackers" or "teeth dullers") ; Iraqi Freedoms' Caribbean Catfish. In addition to the recipes, informative commentary, illustrated sidebars, cartoons, and other images help to place the role of food in the soldier's daily life. Includes a bibliography and index. The inside cover has information on the selling campaign on a clear sticker. The title page has Aug. 06 written on in pen and a book store stamp. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall

Title: How to Feed an Army : Recipes and Lore from the Front Lines

Author: Lewin, Jim; Huff, P. J.

Illustrator: Illustrated by Photographs

Categories: General,

Publisher: New York, NY, Harper Collins: 2006

ISBN: 0060891114

ISBN 13: 9780060891114

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 002758

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