Food Histories/Politics

This will be a never ending, always changing list of books on food history.  These are not necessarily recommendations, just a list, some of the books I have read and some I have not.  Please feel free to send some recommendations my way, as the search is always continuing!  Don't forget when you build up your collection to support your local independent booksellers!
Here it goes:

Bacon, A Love Story: a salty survey of everybody's favorite meat by Heather Lauer 
Banana: the fate of the fruit that changed the world By Dan Koeppel
Beans: a history  by Ken Albala
Better Than Homemade: amazing food that changes the way we eat by Carolyn Wyman
Beer & Food: an American history by Bob Skilnik
The Big Oyster: history on the half shell by Mark Kurlansky
The Billionaire's Vinegar: the mystery of the world's most expensive bottle of wine by Benjamin Wallace
Bittersweet: the story of sugar by Peter Macinnis
Champagne: how the world's most glamorous wine triumphed over the world and hard times by Don Kladstrup
Chocolate: a bittersweet saga of dark and light by Mort Rosenblum
Cod: a biography of the fish that changed the world by Mark Kurlansky
Coming Home to Eat: the pleasures and politics of local food by Gary Paul Nabhan
Cookoff: recipe fever in America by Amy Sutherland
Consider the Eel: a natural and gastronomic history by Richard Schweid
Curry: a tale of cooks and conquerors by Lizzie Collingham
Dangerous Tastes: the story of spices by Andrew Dalby
Devils Cup: a history of the world according to coffee by Stewart Lee Allen
Diet For a Dead Planet: how the food industry is killing us by Christopher D. Cook
Don't Eat This Book: fast food and the supersizing of America by Morgan Spurlock
Eat Your Heart Out: who really decides what ends up on your plate? by Felicity Lawrence
An Edible History of Humanity by Tom Standage
Food Fray: inside the controversy over genetically modified food by Lisa H. Weasel
The Food of a Younger Land by Mark Kurlansky
The History of Dinner: the origins, evolution, eccentricities, and meaning of table manners by Margaret Visser
The Hive: the story of the honeybee and us by Bee Wilson
How We Eat: appetite, culture, and the psychology of food by Leon Rappoport
Hungry Town: a culinary history of New Orleans by Tim Fitzmorris
In the Devil's Garden: a sinful history of forbidden food by Stewart Lee Allen
Ladyfingers and nun's Tummies: a lighthearted look at how foods got their names by Martha Barnette
A Nation of Farmers: defeating the food crisis on American soil by Sharon Astyk
The Omnivore's Dilemma: a natural history of four meals By Michael Pollen
The Potato: how the humble spud rescued the Western world by Larry Zuckerman
A Revolution in Taste: the rise of French cuisine by Susan Pinkard
The Rituals of Dinner by Margaret Visser
Salt: A world history by Mark Kurlansky
Siren Feasts: a history of food and gastronomy in Greese by Andrew Dalby
Spice: the history of a temptation by Jack Turner
Sugar: a bittersweet history by Elizabeth Abbott
Swindled: from poison sweets to counterfeit coffee-the dark history of the food cheats by Bee Wilson
A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove by Laura Schenone
The True History of Chocolate by Sophie D. Coe
The Way We Eat: why our food choices matter by Pete Singer
Why Some Like it Hot: food genes and cultural diversity by Gary Paul Nabhan