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Cookbook Review: Eat Mexico by Lesley Tellez

Eat Mexico is simple to desribe: an exceptional book. It will appear in book stores in July and if you love Mexican food you really, really want a copy. I wrote a full review yesterday. You can find it on the Huffington Post at     http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brian-orourke/cookbook-review-eat-mexico-by-lesley-tellez_b_7637858.html Please take a look at my Huffinton review for this important…

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Cookbook Review: The Newlywed Cookbook by Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore

People like to get married in June. It’s a magical month. Suzen and I were married on June 20 in 1986, which seems like yesterday. If yesterday can be 29 years ago. We were both foodies when we met and that made for a quick marriage and a first year spent in the kitchen as…

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The Outdoorsman: A Father’s Day Tequila Cocktail from Cody Goldstein of The Upholstery Store

For Father’s Day, master mixologist Cody Goldstein of The Upholstery Store in New York City has yet another suggestion for that important Sunday. This drink actually serves a double purpose. First, it does provide an inspired cocktail that you will find sublime. Second, it helps in the revitalization of tequila. Tequila. The Rodney Dangerfield of…

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Baby Back Ribs from Comfort Food by Rick Rodgers

For your weekend consideration, rib, sticky, meat ribs. This baby back ribs recipe comes from Rick Rodger’s Comfort Food. In Comfort, Rick specializes in showing you the best of “the middle of the road.” So these are the best in standard baby back ribs. These are not super-hot or spicy, not over the top in any…

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