Albert Yeung on ‘Why We Like Our Home Food’

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New book discusses principles of eating

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Eating is a basic human activity, necessary for survival but it can also be much more than that. Eating can be a social activity and an immersive, sensual experience — this is the message at the core of Albert Yeung’s new book, “Why We Like Our Home Food” (published by Xlibris).

Yeung’s book is a diverse study on eating and the principles of eating. He gives a concise history of this activity, tracing its evolution from a crude and simple means of survival to an experience that fuses skill, culture and exquisite preparation. The main focus of his work, however, is why people have certain eating habits. He also discusses the different kinds of food presentation, dining experiences and the factors that affect the quality of eating.

“Many writers have written about the culture and history of eating,” says Yeung, “I would like to introduce the principles of eating.”

By understanding these principles, people can make eating a more pleasurable and rewarding experience. “Why We Like Our Home Food” will appeal to homemakers, culinary enthusiasts, chefs and restaurant owners.

“Why We Like Our Home Food”
By Albert Yeung
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781499047059
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781499047066
E-Book | 100 pages | ISBN 9781499047042
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Albert Yeung is a graduate of hospitality management and holds many certificates from the Nation Restaurant Association.

Xlibris Publishing, an Author Solutions, LLC imprint, is a self-publishing services provider created in 1997 by authors, for authors. By focusing on the needs of creative writers and artists and adopting the latest print-on-demand publishing technology and strategies, we provide expert publishing services with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound and full-color formats. To date, Xlibris has helped to publish more than 60,000 titles. For more information, visit xlibris.com or call 1-888-795-4274 to receive a free publishing guide. Follow us @XlibrisPub on Twitter for the latest news.

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