Roadfood, 10th Edition by Jane Stern, Michael Stern: | rumahhijabaqila.com: BooksSubscribers: to set up your digital access click here. To subscribe, click here. Simply close and relaunch your preferred browser to log-in. If you have questions or need assistance setting up your account please email pw pubservice. PW Edu. At 52, Stern, a well-known foodie—she and her husband, Michael, have coauthored some 20 books on American culture and food, including Roadfood—found herself profoundly depressed. Holed up in the couple's Connecticut home, she'd.
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Jane Grossman Stern and Michael Stern both born are American writers who specialize in books about travel, food, and popular culture. They are best known for their Roadfood books, website, and magazine columns, in which they find road food restaurants serving classic American regional specialties and review them. Starting their hunt for regional American food in the early s they were the first food writers to regard this food as being as worthy to report on as the haute cuisine of other nations.
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Roadfood means great regional meals along highways, in small towns and in city neighborhoods. Roadfood restaurants are almost always casual and affordable. They are diners, small-town cafes, seaside shacks, drive-ins, barbecues, and bake shops. The best of them are colorful places enjoyed by locals and savvy travelers for their character as well as their menu. It is our intention that Roadfood lead the way to great local color, the best regional specialties, unforgettable meals that are the highlights of the trip.
Skip to main content Michael Stern. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Jane and Michael Stern drive around America looking for good food and exploring popular culture. Their collaboration has yielded over forty books, including the restaurant guide Roadfood, the cookbook Square Meals, the memoir Two for the Road and, most recently, Things to Eat Before It's Too Late. The Sterns write a monthly column about their discoveries in Gourmet magazine, contribute weekly to Public Radio's "The Splendid Table," and host the interactive website, Roadfood.