Yup, Davydd, that’s one of my favorite books. If you like it, check out D.W. Meinig’s work – its more historic/geographic than cultural but very informative.
ie) three volume "The Shaping of America: A Geographical Perspective on 500 yrs of history" also (older): "Imperial Texas:An Interpretive Essay in Cultural Geography", "The Great Columbia Plains: A Historic GeographY", "The Southwest: 3 Peoples in Geographic Change" "Exploring the Beloved Country:Geogrphic Forays into American Society and Culture"
Also a series called "American Land and Life" (Amazon search)
Also (on a "foodways" Amazon search):
"American Foodways: What When Why and How We Eat in America", "Cajun Foodways", "African-American Foodways", "Flavors of Kentucky: a Look at Foodways", "Sauerkraut Yankees" PA Dutch Foodways" "The Sensible Cook" Dutch Foodways in Old & New World",
"Ethnic & Regional Foodways in US:Performance of Group Identity", etc etc etc
In fact I love the last title: "foodways" (cooking, selling, eating, etc.) as a "performance of group identity".Eating as sociological performance!
Like (Road) Food for the Mind! Yum!