Andrew Coe

Andrew Coe

Andrew Coe is a writer and independent scholar. He is a direct descendant of Henry Huttleston Rogers, one of the main subjects in his latest book, "Pirate's Gold: A Gilded Age Saga of Family, Money and (Maybe) Murder." Andrew and his wife, Jane Ziegelman, are co-authors of "A Square Meal: A Culinary History of the Great Depression," which won a James Beard award. His "Chop Suey: A Cultural History of Chinese Food in the United States" was a finalist for a James Beard award and named one of the best food books of the year by the Financial Times. He has written articles and blog posts on everything from the ancient history of foie gras to indulging in the tastiest bread in New York City. He has appeared in documentaries such as the National Geographic Channel's "Eat: The Story of Food" and "The Search for General Tso." Andrew and his wife live in Brooklyn with their two children.
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