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"This fun encyclopedia, organized alphabetically, describes and offers cultural context for foodstuffs people eat today that might be described as 'weird'--at least to the American palate. Coverage also includes American regional standards, such as scrapple and chitterlings, that other regions might find distatesful, as well as a few mainstream American foods, like honey, that are equally odd when one considers their derivation"--Provided by publisher.