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Enjoy the cookbook review, recipe for Artichoke Tarte Tatin and the ultimate (and local) South of France wine pairing.

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… Southern cooks have always drawn upon the fusion of cultures that created the South as we know it today. Some of those cultures include Native American, European, and African cultures. Enter a new twist on this mix…Ms. Whitney Miller. In her new cookbook New Southern Table …

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…I’ve discovered the real deal way to understand and indulge in healthy Indian gastronomy. In a clever u-turn move away from Indian cookbooks of old, it appears enjoying healthy, flavorful Indian food is actually easy. Let me introduce you to Crack the Code: Cook Any Indian Meal with Confidence, second edition by author Nandita Godbole…

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…an adventure that takes you inside companies and restaurants that truly impact the San Diego’s culinary scene is more appealing to you? Let me lead you on a one day, three-stop exploration of the history, roots and reasons San Diego is a food mecca for locals and world travelers alike. You’ll taste the magic, I promise, including a very special recipe at the end of this article from one of the stops…

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With style and a bit of sass, you’ll be engaged and involved in what makes French food so good. On page nine, the author asks, “What is the secret of making an excellent pot-au-feu?” Her answer may surprise (and delight you). “A shopping-and cooking husband.”

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