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Murray Lender, 81, helped popularize the NYC treat

Murray Lender, founder of Lender's Bagel, died this week at 81 at his home in Florida, the Associated Press reports.

Lender's Bagels, founded in 1927, came about during a time when bagels were sold mostly to Jewish families, who enjoyed them with the traditional lox and cream cheese. Lender's was a family bakery in Connecticut which turned into a national bagel empire in no time. It was the first brand to offer bagels frozen, fresh, and refrigerated, according to its web site. The company reached its heyday in the 1950s, when it began baking Sunday bagels far in advance and freezing them. Lender then began selling packaged bagels in supermarkets in 1955, and frozen ones in 1960. Lender said to the AP in 1986, "The frozen bagel is convenient, which is important to today's on-the-go consumers."

Lender's Bagels, which was sold to Kraft Foods in 1984, made nearly 750 million bagels last year.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' creator, LBI native releases 'Food Americana' book

Offering exclusive ride time on up to 12 roller coasters, Coaster Power Hours will include music, specialty food, free parking and surprises for guests throughout the night. Asbury Park Press

When it comes to food, have you ever wondered "What is American cuisine?"

Long Beach Island resident David Page covers that and more in his new book "Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America’s Favorite Dishes."

Page, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television producer and the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," shares the backstories of many popular dishes.

"The idea for the book has been percolating in the back of my mind for quite some time and I finally forced myself to start researching and writing," Page said.

"Food has been a passion of mine," he added, " . starting when I was living in Europe and enjoying the remarkable foods of Europe, Africa and the Middle East."

David Page is the author of "Food Americana." (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

The book, which will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version and Kindle), tells the story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors — and how that process continues today.

It's a mix of food culture, pop culture, nostalgia and personalities.

Page talks to, among others, farm-to-table chef Alice Waters, pizza pioneer Chris Bianco, the co-founder of Lender’s Bagels Marvin Lender, the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield, Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell, and Chinese food pioneer Cecilia Chiang, with whom he spoke shortly before she passed away at 100 last year.

Two years in the making, Page traveled to various states for the book — and he did not forget New Jersey. He spotlights a restaurant on LBI, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, and takes a deep look at Mexican American foods like mole poblano — meaning mole from Puebla, where it originated. Considered Mexico’s national dish, mole is a sauce of chile peppers, chocolate, nuts, fruits and spices.

"Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes" by David Page will be released May 4 (April 20 for the audio version). (Photo: Courtesy of David Page)

Readers also will meet a woman running a sushi bar in an Oklahoma gas station, and a chef re-inventing traditional Chinese food (at $500 per person). There's info on a pizza school in San Francisco, a lobster boat off the coast of Maine, and the national Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival.

Page also explores the latest trends in American food, from artisanal pizza to handmade ice cream to the upscaling of barbecue, burgers and bagels.

Each chapter ends with a recipe.

"I made sure to tell this story through the people behind the dishes and their experiences," he said.


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