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Summer Reading

A Summer Reading List for Foodies - Los Angeles Magazine

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Dorie Greenspan’s ‘Baking Chez Moi,’ reviewed: It’s no mere puff project - The Washington Post----Links to recipes

Dorie Greenspan’s ‘Baking Chez Moi,’ reviewed: It’s no mere puff project

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‘Shroom,’ reviewed by T. Susan Chang - The Washington Post----Links to recipes

‘Shroom,’ reviewed by T. Susan Chang

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‘Milk Bar Life,’ reviewed: guilty pleasures, sweet and savory alike - The Washington Post----Links to recipes

‘Milk Bar Life,’ reviewed: guilty pleasures, sweet and savory alike

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Known best for his work foraging—his book The Mushroom Hunters won the 2014 Pacific Northwest Book Award and was an Amazon “Best of the Year” ----New book on Salmon

Food Adventurer Langdon Cook Talks About His Big Salmon Book

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A memoir by David Axelrod, Obama’s strategist and political adviser.

David Axelrod’s ‘Believer’

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Justice John Paul Stevens--"Six Amendments"

Justice Stevens Pens Six Amendments to Tune-Up Constitution

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In his new book, Jamie Bissonnette of New York and Boston's Toro and Coppa says you can make his charcuterie at home, but we think the professional kitchen is a better spot to whip up the three versions of blood sausage,...

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Write a Memoir--David Leite

Why Everyone Should Write a Memoir from Leite's Culinaria

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The History Of Japanese Soul Cooking In 100 Recipes | Food Republic

The History Of Japanese Soul Cooking In 100 Recipes

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A Moose Boosh

A Moose Boosh: A Few Choice Words About Food

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10 Questions And Answers With The Author Of 'Bread Revolution' | Food Republic

10 Questions And Answers With The Author Of 'Bread Revolution'

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50 Books to (Re-)Read at 50 | Next Avenue

50 Books to (Re-)Read at 50

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Molly Wizenberg is co-owner of the Delancey and Essex restaurants in Seattle, founder of the popular Orangette blog, author of A Homemade Life and Delancey, and host of the “Spilled Milk” podcast. She took an afternoon out of her busy schedule to eat a rather unique 16-course lunch, hang with Italy’s coolest and most popular chef, and report back to us.

Orangette Lunches With Italy's Most Famous Chef

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Cookbook collage

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The 43 Most Anticipated Cookbooks of Fall 2014

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The second edition of "Shaping Seattle Architecture" is out from University of Washington Press. Both editions were edited by Jeffrey Ochsne...

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Closing the Book On Gourmet Magazine - NYTimes.com

Closing the Book On Gourmet Magazine - NYTimes.com

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Dan Barber on Sustainability and the Future of Food on Food52

Dan Barber Interview - Sustainability and The Third Plate

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12 Things You Should Start Making Time for Again

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These Are Photos Of Childrens Bedrooms. But They Represent Something Much, Much More.

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This Jacob Riis photo was taken around 1890 in the home of an Italian ragpicker on Jersey Street in New York.

The 1890 Book I Had to Have

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