by Deepi Ahluwalia and Stef Ferrari
From the publisher: Discover the trailblazing women who changed the world from their kitchens. If “a woman’s place is in the kitchen,” why is the history of food such an old boys’ club? A Woman’s Place sets the record straight, sharing stories of more than 80 hidden figures of food who made a lasting mark on history.
- Georgia Gilmore, who fueled the Montgomery Bus Boycott with chicken sandwiches and slices of pie
- Hattie Burr, who financed the fight for female suffrage by publishing cookbooks
- Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, who, with just a few grains of salt, inspired a march for the independence of India
- The inventors of the dishwasher, coffee filter, the first buffalo wings, Veuve Clicquot champagne, the PB&J sandwich, and more.