A creative study by a woman architect intern (soon to be an architect...) of the intersection between architecture and cooking, complete with essays and recipes. Chapters explore Architecture Practice (Recipe for an Architect: An Invented Tradition; Construction), Architecture Theory and Design (Levittown Salisbury Steak; Agri-tecture: A Look at Sustainability), Sensory Design (Consuming Architecture; Can I get that in Pill form? Taste in Architecture), and, of course, Dessert (History of Culture, Cuisine, and the Cookbook; Personal Samplings). Profusely illustrated.
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