Llyod Handwerker's Famous Nathan: A Family Saga of Coney Island, the American Dream, and the Search for the Perfect Hot Dog (Flatiron Books, June 2016)
If no trip to Brooklyn's delightfully gritty Coney Island is complete without a hot dog from Nathan's, then no beach bag is complete without this history of one of America's most famous hot dog purveyors. Handwerker, founder Nathan's grandson, charts the rise and evoluation of the business. This book is perfect summertime read for the food-history buffs among us. Best read with a hot dog in hand, of course.
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