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Zester Daily contributor Louisa Kasdon is a Boston-based food writer, former restaurant owner and  the Founder and CEO of Let's Talk About Food, an organization that engages the public around food issues in our world (letstalkaboutfood.com.) Kasdon was the food editor for Stuff magazine and the Contributing Editor for Food for the Boston Phoenix.  Winner of the M.F.k> fisher Award for Culinary Excellence, she has  written for Fortune, MORE, Cooking Light, The Boston Globe, Boston Magazine and The Christian Science Monitor, among others.

On Feb. 2, 1998, Seth Goldman sat down at his kitchen table, and deleted the solitaire program on his laptop. With that click, the

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I blame it all on the brisket. Without the recipe, I wouldn't have gone into the restaurant business, I wouldn't have started writing about

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Even food-centric people who regularly tune out to the din of congressional back and forth might want to take note of the deliberations as

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Dear kids, This is again a year when neither of you will be home for Thanksgiving. There will be lots of family around, plenty of

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There are cookbooks that send you rummaging through your cupboards or propel you to the grocery store in a hot swoon, eager to find

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In Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Penny Jordan can point with pride to the farmhouse where she, her father and her grandmother were all born. After

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Many of Chef Charles Draghi's conversations about food end with the phrase, "just the way my uncles in Piedmonte do it." Draghi, the chef owner

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Robin Pelc, fisheries research manager at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, Calif., summed up the problem of sustainable fisheries management this way: "Fish

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