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“What brings us to the kitchen is hunger, hunger for food, hunger to feed others. What brings us to the kitchen is love, conviviality, connection—we’re finding a place at the table of life. No simple matter to bring forth food, no simple matter to receive nourishment. Beginning where we are, utilizing our gifts, working with our hindrances, the way to be a cook is to start cooking.”—Edward Espe Brown

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  1. Garlic, an Edible Biography

    Garlic, an Edible Biography

    The History, Politics, and Mythology behind the World?s Most Pungent Food?with over 100 Recipes

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    • Robin Cherry
    Garlic is the Lord Byron of produce, a lusty rogue that charms and seduces you but runs off before dawn, leaving a bad taste in your mouth. Called everything from rustic cure-all to Russian penicillin, Bronx vanilla and Italian perfume, garlic has been loved, worshipped, and despised throughout history. No writer has quite captured the epic, roving story of garlic—until now.While this book does not claim that garlic saved civilization… Read More

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