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Taste of Tucson

by Rachel Jagareski

"Taste of Tucson" is creative in exploring the vibrant culture of the Arizona food capital. Designated as the first American City of Gastronomy by UNESCO in 2015, Tucson’s freewheeling blend of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican... Read More

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The World Eats Here

by Rachel Jagareski

Six years ago, John Wang and Storm Garner pooled their talents to start the terrifically popular Queens Night Market. The venue brings together food vendors from diverse culinary traditions on summer Saturday nights. "The World Eats... Read More

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The Long Table Cookbook

by Jessie Horness

Understanding food as nourishment for mind, body, and soul, Amy Symington’s "The Long Table Cookbook" is a guide to plant-based cooking meant to be enjoyed together. Emphasizing both the physical benefits of plant-based recipes and the... Read More

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Anatolia

by Eric Patterson

Somer Sivrioglu and David Dale’s "Anatolia" presents Turkish cuisine in a way that challenges “old theories about Turkish cooking and creat[es] a few new ones.” "Anatolia", from the ancient term for the geographical area now known... Read More

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Japanese Home Cooking

by Matt Sutherland

For the handful of centuries that Japan has been on the minds of westerners, the country has exemplified the mysteries of the East. The island nation’s unique geology, climate, rich waters, and isolation led to a culture, a... Read More

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Forking Good

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Are its tempting dishes heavenly, or simply bound to land you in caloric hell? Don’t let such arbitrary diametrics detract you from picking up Valya Dudycz Lupescu and Stephen H. Segal’s "Forking Good", a quippy, watch-party-minded... Read More

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FoodWISE

by Tanisha Rule

Gigi Berardi’s passion for food is apparent in her guidebook "FoodWISE". Against a deluge of dieting suggestions, fads, and conflicting studies on nutrition, Berardi’s book acknowledges that it can be hard to know which aisle to... Read More

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