Food Travels Across the USA

Food Travels Across the USA

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    In my new cookbook FOOLPROOF, I've included a recipe inspired by his Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts. If you’re in San Francisco, run -- don't walk -- to this restaurants!
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    Perfect steak to go with amazing side dishes like creamed spinach, buttery whipped potatoes with coarse California sea salt, and thyme-roasted wild mushrooms and shallots. They were all so delicious!
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    By far, our favorite was Robert Sinskey Vineyard’s “Vin Gris” rosé, which is the most gorgeous color and has hints of peaches and strawberries.
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    One of my favorite places in the world! If you can’t make it to Al Forno, you can always cook one of their iconic recipes at home – Roasted Sausages & Grapes – from my “Foolproof” cookbook. Hope you love it as much as I do!
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    I'm getting freshly baked ciabatta rolls from the Blue Duck Bakery in Southampton and I'll use them for roasted Salmon & Guacamole Sandwiches. Local products and delicious recipes.
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    One of our favorites is called Seersucker and the food is delicious and Southern with a modern twist – stone ground grits with cheddar and chives, biscuits and gravy, and cornmeal crusted catfish.
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    The “Edible Academy” is absolutely adorable, and more importantly, gives kids the experience and satisfaction of growing their own vegetables. If you’re ever in New York and have a chance to visit the Botanical Gardens, you’ll be so glad you did!
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