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Although she’s a food columnist for the New York Times and Bon Appetit magazine as well as a successful cookbook author, Alison Roman at home prefers relaxed and casual cooking to more stressful, complex ‘entertaining.’ “This is not about living an aspirational life,” she writes: “It’s about living an attainable one.”

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“More Glass Onion Classics: Recipes from a Southern Restaurant”

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In “Weeknight Cooking with Your Instant Pot,” personal chef and cooking teacher turned full-time food blogger Kristy Bernardo didn’t set out to write a how-to. Rather, she offers a collection of 75 recipes using the machine to put dinner on the table in a fraction of the usual time, from qui…

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Whether it be persimmons or paw paws, author Nancie McDermott delivers a 101 on their characteristics and recipes for them in “Fruit,” the newest cookbook in the University of North Carolina Press Savor the South series. (See example below.) Especially interesting are sections on lesser-know…

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"Peter Callahan’s Party Food." Caterer to the stars, Peter Callahan produces beautiful bites, and whether they are in an array of the mini hors d’oeuvres that he is credited with inventing, a sensational sushi station, or an ice cream stand, all are artistically displayed. You’ll be wowed by…

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“On Vegetables: Modern Recipes for the Home Kitchen"

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Michelle’s Chocolate Rice Krispy Peanut Butter Bon Bons

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The 2017 edition of the Charleston Wine + Food Festival boasts more than 100 events over five days (it started Wednesday), featuring “homegrown flavor” with notable local and guest chefs, mixologists, winemakers, storytellers and artisans, adding up to around 500 professionals stirring every…

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By establishing the Lee Brothers Library series with Rizzoli, brothers Matt Lee and Ted Lee have been able to bring what may be the first of many culinary jewels back into print, Pamela Strobel’s 1969 cookbook. Laced with Strobel’s poetry and seasoned with her life story, it is, as the readi…

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“Big Bad Breakfast: The Most Important Book of the Day.” Author John Currence owns a number of highly successful restaurants in Oxford, Mississippi, among them Big Bad Breakfast, the fountainhead of this cookbook. Like the hangtown fry recipe below, the food is robust, ranging from eye-opene…


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Ty’s Roadside Coastal Kitchen celebrates the impromptu trip out of town and hopes to establish itself in Mount Pleasant as the kind of neighborhood joint that makes folks think twice about moving on.

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The latest eating place from The Indigo Road Hospitality Group, The Daniel Island Market & Eatery emphasizes coffee, tea and juice, plus pastries, sandwiches and dessert.

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