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Best food writing 2006

Author: Holly Hughes
Publisher: New York : Marlowe & Co., ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Best Food Writing 2006 assembles, for its seventh year, the most exceptional writing from the past year's books, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and Web sites. Included are the best writers on everything from celebrated chefs to the travails of the home cook, from food sourcing at the greenmarket to equipping one's kitchen, from erudite culinary history to food-inspired memoirs. Like past collections, the 2006  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Holly Hughes
ISBN: 1569242879 9781569242872
OCLC Number: 71783584
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 363 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The food chain. The meal : grass-fed, from the Ominivore's dilemma / by Michael Pollan --
A grand experiment, from Gourmet / by Bill McKibben --
Proud heritage, from Bon appetit / by Patric Kuh --
Fleshy and full of life, from The scavenger's guide to haute cuisine / by Steven Rinella --
Stuffed animals, from Men's vogue / by Jeffrey Steingarten --
Mackerel punts and pilchards, from Saveur / by Megan Wetherall --
Fulton Street Fish Market, from Gastronomica / by Maria Finn Dominguez. Personal tastes. Tales of a superstar, from Ridgefield magazine / by David Leite --
Italian butcher shop blues, from Gastronomica / by Matthew Gavin Frank --
Taking the (fruit) cake, from Bon appetit / by Jack Turner --
Late-night chitlins with momma, from Saveur / by Audrey Petty --
My life with rice, from Saveur / by Mei Chin --
Jambon dreams, from Boulevard / by Floyd Skloot. Home cooking. Chef's homemade secret, from The Cleveland plain-dealer / by Laura Taxel --
Macaroni and lots of cheese, from the New York times / by Julia Moskin --
The Pilgram's didn't brine, from the New York times / by Kim Severson --
Sometimes, mother knows best, from the Atlanta journal-constitution / by John Kessler --
It takes a tough man to make tender tofu, from Food & wine / by Henry Alford --
The blowtorch gourmet, from enRoute / by Chris Johns --
An unexpected kitchen, from Hidden kitchens / by Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson --
The quest, from the New Yorker / by Jane Kramer --
Lobster killer, from Julie & Julia / by Julie Powell. Dining around. La belle France, from My life in France / by Julia Child and Alex Prud'homme --
Putting Le Bec-Fin to the test, from Food & wine / by Peter Wells --
Vive la restaurant, from Saveur / by James Villas --
My parents are driving me to drink, from Food & wine / by Chip Brown --
The fish that surpasses all understanding, from Breathe / by Jeff Gordinier --
Ho Chi Minh City, from Bon appetit / by Brett Martin --
Eating space, from Oxford American / by John T. Edge --
Mama's house, from Westword / by Jason Sheehan. Someone's in the kitchen. Two cooks, from the New Yorker / by Adam Gopnik --
Southern exposure, from the Washingtonian / by Todd Kliman --
The romantic ideal, from The reach of a chef / by Michael Ruhlman --
My dinners with André, from Insatiable / by Gael Greene --
Pasta-maker, from Heat / by Bill Buford --
A mentor named Misty, from Food & wine / by Gabrielle Hamilton --
An encyclopedia of seafood cookery, from Mostly true / by Molly O'Neill --
Meet David Bouley, from Don't try this at home / by Dan Barber --
Life on the line, from Gourmet / by Francis Lam --
New Year's meltdown, from Don't try this at home / by Anthony Bourdain --
Formal dining be damned, from 7 x 7 / by Sara Deseran --
They got game, from the Boston globe / by Joe Yonan. The restaurant biz. The egg men, from the New Yorker / by Burkhard Bilger --
The business of the restaurant business, from Turning the tables / by Steven A. Shaw --
A critic at every table, from the New York times / by Frank Bruni --
A letter from New Orleans, from Gourmet / by Lolis Eric Elie. Reviewing life. Spy vs. spy, from Houston press / by Robb Walsh --
Twelve meals a day, from Two for the road / by Jane and Michael Stern --
Reality bites, from The pitch / by Charles Ferruzza --
Back to the Zak, from www.rootsandgrub.com / by Matthew Amster-Burton --
One last meal in the old New Orleans, from the Times-Picayune / by Brett Anderson.
Responsibility: edited by Holly Hughes.

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Best Food Writing 2006 assembles, for its seventh year, the most exceptional writing from the past year's books, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and Web sites. Included are the best writers on everything from celebrated chefs to the travails of the home cook, from food sourcing at the greenmarket to equipping one's kitchen, from erudite culinary history to food-inspired memoirs. Like past collections, the 2006 round-up will include pieces from food-writing stars such as Robb Walsh, Ruth Reichl, Thomas McNamee, John Thorne, Calvin Trillin, Amanda Hesser, Colman Andrews, Jason Epstein, and Jeffrey Steingarten. Opinionated, evocative, nostalgic, brash, thought-provoking, and sometimes just plain funny, it's a tasty sampler to dip into time and again, whether you're in the mood for caviar or hot dogs.

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