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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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Salted and Cured

by Rachel Jagareski

The wave of interest in artisanal and fermented foods has made locally crafted cheeses, beers, and pickles a hot commodity at restaurants and farmers markets. Now preserved meats are bleeping bright on food lovers’ radar—those... Read More

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Full Moon Suppers at Salt Water Farm

by Rachel Jagareski

When Annemarie Ahearn was a teenager, she was dismayed by her parents’ decision to relocate from Wisconsin to build a house on a boggy former sheep farm on the Maine coast. Ahearn’s post-college mindset morphed over time, and... Read More

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Fiery Ferments

by Rachel Jagareski

Fermentation is an ancient method of preserving the harvest that has undergone a revival as a tasty way to receive the health benefits of probiotic cultures and enzymes. But the Shockeys aren’t just looking to replicate... Read More

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