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by Peter Genovese

  • Author: Peter Genovese
  • ISBN: 0813523508
  • ISBN13: 978-0813523507
  • ePub: 1532 kb | FB2: 1924 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Rutgers University Press (November 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 826
  • Format: lrf mobi lit txt
Jersey Diners ePub download

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. New Jersey Monthly named Peter Genovese one of the twenty-five "New Jerseyans We Love

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. New Jersey Monthly named Peter Genovese one of the twenty-five "New Jerseyans We Love. There is nothing more "Jersey" than a diner. Adorning the highways and byways of fully half of the state's 566 municipalities.

There is nothing more "Jersey" than a diner. Adorning the highways and byways of fully half of the state's 567 municipalities, no one in New Jersey lives far from one. There are more diners here than in any other state, and on top of that, two of the three remaining diner manufacturers are located in the Garden State. The result is a funny, revealing book about a beloved American institution.

I'm a food/features writer at n. om and the author of eight books about NJ, including "Roadside New Jersey," "Jersey Diners,'' "The Food Lover's Guide to New Jersey,'' and "A Slice of Jersey.

No one knows Jersey better than PG. This is where you'll find stories on his endless travels around the state. I'm a food/features writer at n.

The result is a funny, revealing book about a beloved American institution. Whether you want to know where and how diners started, who invented eggs served in a skillet, why these day eateries are so popular, or, most important, which one has the best French toast, Jersey Diners has the answers.

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Read Food Lovers' Guide to® New Jersey, by Peter Genovese online on Bookmate – Savor the flavors of New Jersey If there is one thing New Jerseyans are good at, it’s eating. Call it the Food Fanatic State. A bounty of mouthwatering delights awaits you in this engagingly written guide. With delectable recipes from the renowned kitchens of the state’s iconic eateries, diners, and elegant dining rooms, Food Lovers’ Guide to New Jersey is the ultimate resource forfood lovers to use and savor.

Peter Genovese I NJ Advance Media for N. om. 23. Arlington Diner, North Arlington. Many classic diners have been torn down or abandoned in the 20+ years since my book Jersey Diners was published. Maybe no Jersey diner is more beautiful at night than the Arlington Diner - look at that splendid neon! It's undergone several transformations since 1958. It was originally owned by the three Dominos brothers, Nick, Chris and John. Here are several I've especially missed and mourned: Bound Brook Diner, Bound Brook.

Последние твиты от Pete Genovese (genovese). Author of ten books on diners, Jersey Shore, food, etc. Named ''One of 40 New Jerseyans We Love'' by New Jersey Monthly. Nobody knows Jersey better than PG. Дата регистрации: март 2011 г. 3 221 фото или видео Фото и видео.

Peter Genovese is a feature writer for The (Newark, NJ) Star-Ledger and author of Roadside New Jersey, Jersey Diners, and The Great American Road Trip: US 1, Maine to Florida

Peter Genovese is a feature writer for The (Newark, NJ) Star-Ledger and author of Roadside New Jersey, Jersey Diners, and The Great American Road Trip: US 1, Maine to Florida. Winner of various state press association awards, he was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his series on Rwanda.

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New Jersey Monthly named Peter Genovese one of the twenty-five "New Jerseyans We Love." There is nothing more "Jersey" than a diner. Adorning the highways and byways of fully half of the state's 566 municipalities, no one in New Jersey lives far from one. There are more diners here than in any other state, and on top of that, one of the two remaining diner manufacturers is located in the Garden State. In a year of roadside research, Peter Genovese talked to owners, employees, and customers, and ate more bacon and egg sandwiches than he cares to remember. The result is a funny, revealing book about a beloved American institution. Whether you want to know where and how diners started, who invented eggs served in a skillet, why these twenty-four-hours-a-day eateries are so popular, or, most important, which one has the best French toast, Jersey Diners has the answers. Packed with facts, trivia, and stories about the owners, employees, and clientele, the book is also complemented with over three hundred evocative, beautiful photos of the buildings, their distinctive dTcor, the food, and the people who love it from Sussex to Salem counties. This newly revised edition includes a fully updated directory that details where you can find every diner throughout the state!
Dianazius
Great
Wnex
very interesting and colorful book
Vonalij
Very nice book!
Ylonean
Pete Genovese's Jersey Diners is a must for anyone living in the Garden State who loves the classic nature of the state's most recognizable style of restaurant. Mr. Genovese spent a year eating in most of the diners throughout the state and the book is filled with great pictures and stories from his adventures as well as where to the best diner food. This isn't just for people who live in or are from New Jersey, but would be a good read for people who are fans of shows like Diners, Drive Ins & Dives.
Oghmaghma
This was given as a gift to a diner fan. Good book
Геракл
This is a great book if you love Diners. The photos in this are just wonderful. Then I recommend this.
Shou
I am originaly from Jersey and have visited a few of these diners and look forwad to someday seeing the rest
This book captures the heart and soul of diners in what is obviously the greatest diner state in the country. The stories and photos are wonderful, and the book is a joy to read. The only criticism: do not rely on the diner listings in the back without careful checking. The economic downturn has unfortunately hit certain north jersey diners especially hard and some are no longer in business.
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