In “Eat the City,’’ author Robin Shulman illuminates the circles of life within New York’s local food movement and how it has ingeniously, if not always wittingly, adapted the traditions of hundreds of years of food production in the city to modern urban life, with its teeming acres of cement and dense thicket of forbidding regulations.
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