The new work is part autobiography, part travelogue, and part cookbook.
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Great American literature meets great American cocktails at this boozy-revisionist look at Hemmy's works.
Since parting ways with Stephen Starr back in 2004, he's been seldom seen around these parts.
The Garces visit refreshed rumors that he's opening an restaurant in L.A.
Th Iron Chef will discuss his latest book, "The Latin Road Home."
The dinner will feature some of the city's most talented chefs, who also happen to be women.
The authors will sign copies of their new book, and discuss the beers being paired with the dinner.
He's back in Philly again, and this time he's giving out free copies of his new book.
In building his formidable restaurant kingdom, the Iron Chef has been keeping himself busy, and out of the kitchen.
Sosa's coming to plug his new book.
Not surprising: The author learned pickling while growing up in Portland, Oregon.
We caught up with Frederic Morin, one-half of the team behind Montreal's super-popular Joe Beef.
Plus: Global food prices continue falling; and Martha Stewart compares sausage casings to condoms, all in our morning news roundup.
The Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster brings his new book and some rare beers to London Grill.
The brains behind Montreal's Joe Beef comes to Osteria to cook for one night.
Plus: an increasing number of chefs are turning out books about cooking at home; and the 2011 British Curry Awards go off without a hitch, all in our morning news roundup.
The chef will talk about his book amongst other things at tonight's library event.
The book features more than 200 recipes from the Civil War era.
The staff meal-inspired dinner includes a copy of Guggiana's latest book.
With Vetri's help the magazine presents the city in broader scope..