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Eating Eternity

by Matt Sutherland

God felt so guilty about creating France as the most beautiful place in the world that he somehow needed to make amends. So he created the French people. Bada bing! But he also sprinkled the population with incomparable French chefs and... Read More

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My Rice Bowl

by Meg Nola

Along with being an outstanding example of taking on the American dream, "My Rice Bowl" presents a menu of delicious contrasts. Chef Rachel Yang’s culinary journey began—appropriately—at a kitchen table. In the mid-1990s, she was a... Read More

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Pie & Whiskey

by Matt Sutherland

In vino veritas, in whiskey wit, in pie pleasure. With that Latin-inspired preamble, we are called West to an all-American literary event held annually in Spokane and Missoula named Pie & Whiskey. And yes, pie and whiskey are served... Read More

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YumUniverse Pantry to Plate

by Rachel Jagareski

If you are new to the kitchen or to a gluten-free, vegan, or vegetarian diet, Heather Crosby can be your culinary guru. The YumUniverse blogger beat her own path to wellness with a wheat-free, meat-free regimen while nourishing her inner... Read More

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L.A. Mexicano

by Rachel Jagareski

It’s a zig-zag journey with author Bill Esparza, redolent of chiles, citrus, and freshly made tortillas, to sample the dazzling varieties of Mexican-American cooking through sprawling Los Angeles. Forty profiles of cooks and artisan... Read More

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