The Warmest Room in the House: How the Kitchen Became the Heart of the Twentieth-Century American Home

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Instead of a book about food, of which there are now so many, this one is about the place where we make and enjoy it - the kitchen. There's a reason why, when you have a dinner party, no one sits at the table, and everyone ends up standing around the kitchen.


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    Instead of a book about food, of which there are now so many, this one is about the place where we make and enjoy it - the kitchen. There's a reason why, when you have a dinner party, no one sits at the table, and everyone ends up standing around the kitchen.

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