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Cookbook Review: Hog by Richard H. Turner

He’s back. Richard H. Turner has a new cookbook: Hog. Oh, you don’t recognized the name? He was part of the team that brought you Pitt Cue Co: The Cookbook in 2013. That book is a fabulous tale about some Brits who love meat, explored American barbeque joints, and then opened up their exceptional London…

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TBT Cookbook Review: Hors D’Oeuvre and Canapés by James Beard

In the 1930’s a man named James Beard moved from the Pacific Northwest to his city of destiny: New York. The ultimate gourmand, Beard and some friends wanted to fashion a food business and, after consideration and experimentation, they formed a small shop devoted to party appetizers. The shop eventually went away, but that shop…

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Cookbook Review: Pimento Cheese The Cookbook by Perre Coleman Magness

The truth is I am not a regular consumer of pimento cheese. I do like it, for I’m addicted to peppers. But for me it has never become a daily habit. Turns out, if I had grown up in the South, it could have been a daily staple. Perre Coleman Magness is a native Southerner…

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Cookbook Review: Smoke & Pickles by Edward Lee

“Do you have this book?” my friends asked. It was my birthday recently and I can be a tough person to buy a cookbook for. Suzen and I have a sprawling collection and we are graciously sent review copies from publishers far and wide. So, typically, if someone gives me a cookbook, I do already…

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