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Though rife with recipes for bohunk sausage, cowboy brisket and chipotle-slathered ribs, Legends of Texas Barbecue is best read as a work of social history, a smoky portrait of the myriad peoples of Texas. By way of insightful prose and archival photos, Walsh does them proud. -John T. Edge, Gourmet Magazine More about the Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook Read about (or purchase) Robb's other ...
Peter Mayle reminisces about 'Two Towns in Provence' by M.F.K. Fisher -- the book that inspired his move to Provence.
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R u t h r e i c h l When the New York Times restaurant critic dared to challenge the tyranny of French snoots, she sparked a messy food fight at the newspaper of record. By DWIGHT GARNER Illustration by Elizabeth Kairys War of the Times' dining divas. That's the screaming headline the New York Post recently placed atop a Page Six item about Ruth Reichl, the current New York Times restaurant ...