Best Food Writing 2003

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Da Capo Press, Incorporated, Sep 8, 2003 - Cooking - 368 pages
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Best Food Writing 2003 assembles, for the fourth year, the most exceptional writing from the past year’s books, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and websites. Within its six sections—Stocking the Larder, Home Cooking, Someone’s in the Kitchen, Dining Around, The Recipe File, and Personal Tastes—read our best writers on everything from celebrated chefs to extraordinary restaurants, from histories of vital ingredients to food-inspired memoirs. Included are pieces from such stars of the genre as John Thorne, Amanda Hesser, and Calvin Trillin. Selected as required reading by the Culinary Institue of America for all of its undergraduate students, neither cook nor food lover should be without this remarkable annual collection.

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User Review  - Karen59 - LibraryThing

I am not an adventurous eater yet mid-way through reading Best Food Writing 2014 edited by Holly Hughes I found myself in a Russian grocery store. I asked the grocer to choose food for me that she ... Read full review

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User Review  - bostonian71 - LibraryThing

Either this series has gotten better or I just needed a break, because I enjoyed this more than previous year's editions. Though some of the themes are the same from year to year, the 2013 edition ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Holly Hughes is a freelance writer and editor who lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with her husband and three children. She is the author of the American Girl History Mysteries book "Hoofbeats of Danger" and has been the editor of Pocket Books' "Nancy Drew Mysteries," a contributing editor to Scholastic's "Literary Calvacade" magazine, an executive editor of Fodor's Travel Guides, and editor of the annual "Best Food Writing" anthology (Avalon Publishing). For Frommer's, she has been series editor for Frommer's Irreverent Guides.

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