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Bruce Moffett Cooks

by Matt Sutherland

The popularity of fusion cooking too often overshadows the fact that mastering, truly mastering, the cuisine of even one region can take years, even decades. On the one hand, we have adventurous fusion devotees go to town pairing Korean... Read More

Book Review

Ethiopia

by Eric Patterson

Yohanis Gebreyesus’s cookbook Ethiopia: Recipes and Traditions from the Horn of Africa is both an educational and an inspirational addition to culinary libraries that encourages eating and cooking outside of your comfort zone. From his... Read More

Book Review

Sakepedia

by Matt Sutherland

It is easy to forget that as recently as twenty-five years ago, America’s drinking habits were anything but crafty and adventurous. We were a Bud country, we liked our cocktails old-school, and the little wine we drank was of the Gallo... Read More

Book Review

A New Way to Food

by Karen Rigby

Culinary professional and Eat Boutique creator Maggie Battista charts her weight-loss transformation in "A New Way to Food". This candid hybrid memoir gathers mostly dairy-free vegetarian recipes to encourage ditching a diet mentality on... Read More

Book Review

All the Wild Hungers

by Katie Asher

Achingly sad and incredibly beautiful, Karen Babine’s "All the Wild Hungers" is a welcoming invitation to dinner, family, and laughter, evoking a warm, full kitchen and good company. The essays follow Babine through the discovery and... Read More

Book Review

Amber Revolution

by Matt Sutherland

For all its authentic, artisanal, true-to-the-earth talk, today’s wine industry is high tech, and the science-driven approach to quality in the vineyards and wineries around the world has surely made these the glory days for wine... Read More

Book Review

What the Health

by Melissa Wuske

"What the Health" lobs a bombshell into the typical American diet. Documentary filmmakers Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn set out to better understand the dangers of the foods we eat, propelled by Andersen’s own fear that he’d face the... Read More

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