by Adrienne Kane
A Northeastern Bakewell Pie (left) and Western Chocolate Raisin Pie cool on author Adrienne Kane's Connecticut kitchen counter.
July 4, 2012 We hold this truth to be self-evident: America loves pie. But each region also reserves the right to bake the treat in its own style. In United States of Pie, writer Adrienne Kane explores local takes on the ultimate American confection.
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May 23, 2012 These cookbooks take fruits and vegetables fresh from the field and the farm stand to delectable extremes. Writer T. Susan Chang has gleaned 10 top cookbooks that will make even the most devoted carnivore slip into accidental vegetarianism.
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