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After spending most of the 1980s in Paris, working in the fashion industry, at Fairchild Publications and The Wall Street Journal Europe, Christy Hobart moved to New York to pursue a degree in journalism from New York University. In 1994, she joined a group of editors and helped launch Saveur, the food, culture and travel magazine. Four years later, she joined the staff of Elle Decor, where she wrote and edited articles on homes, gardens and style.

For the past 10 years, she has been freelancing in Los Angeles for assorted food and shelter publications and The Los Angeles Times.

She lives in Santa Monica, CA, with her husband and two children.

Victoria Belanger and her book "Hello, Jell-O!"

I picked up a copy of "Hello, Jell-O," a new cookbook by Victoria Belanger (Ten Speed Press, 2012), with my 9-year-old daughter in mind.

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Grilled Asparagus and Leeks with Romesco Sauce. Salted and Pickled Anchovies on Grilled Flatbread. Trout a la Navarra prepared with kale and Serrano ham.

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Mitchell Rosenthal has three San Francisco restaurants --Town Hall, Salt House and Anchor and Hope -- and another, Irving Street Kitchen, in Portland, Ore.

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My favorite dinner is a cocktail party with passed hors d'oeuvres -- and Champagne. Caterer Peter Callahan's new book, Bite by Bite: 100 Stylish

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When I heard about Fanae Aaron's "What Chefs Feed Their Kids: Recipes and Techniques for Cultivating a Love of Good Food" (Globe Pequot Press,

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I must be one of the few Americans who didn't grow up eating home-cooked spaghetti and meatballs for dinner. I do fondly remember, however,

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In her new cookbook "Cucina Povera: Tuscan Peasant Cooking" (Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2011), Italian food authority Pamela Sheldon Johns takes us on a tour

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School's out, and summer is upon us. In anticipation of lots of friends -- my husband's, mine, my children's -- dropping by, I've stocked

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