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by Sally Bernstein

October 31, 2000
Texas Cowboy Cooking is a new book by Tom Perini, native of Buffalo Gap, Texas, population 499. Perini, a sought-after cook of authentic Texas fare, owns the Perini Ranch Steakhouse in Abilene, Texas. Try the Trail-Blazin' Beef Stew and Tom's signature Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce.

October 28, 2000
Gallo Winery, begun by Ernest and Julio 70 years ago, is a privately held, profitable empire. This is truly success one generation at a time! The company was built around a low-priced product with many of the grapes coming from outside growers. Today Gallo is producing great wine from its own Sonoma vineyards and third generation family winemaker Gina Gallo is the family's spokesperson.

October 19, 2000
Julia hits the Net! Remember the Public Broadcasting System's feature on Julia...from cooking with master chefs to bakers? Well now you can find Julia Child online -- where you can buy cookbooks and even watch videos of her past performances.

October 11, 2000
A new book by Carolyn Miller and Sharon Smith, Savoring San Francisco, showcases recipes from over 100 of the City's neighborhood restaurants, including cafes, bistros, grills, and other eateries. Whether you are interested in hangtown fry, cioppino, artisan breads, artichokes, or ethnic dishes, this book is for you.

October 5, 2000
Jelly Belly Candy has come out with a "hot" new jellybean flavor, Tabasco Flavored Cinnamon. It combines two American favorites, jellybeans and Tabasco pepper sauce. Yikes! you've got to taste this one.

October 4, 2000
Sometimes a reporter asks questions that become a defining moment in the telling of a story. In a recent interview with Sally by Marguerite Thomas, of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, one such moment occured. I hope you, my valued visitors, will gain some insight into the heart and soul of this company called Sally's Place from this exchange.

October 3, 2000
The Aussies speak English, right? "Well, yes and no on that one, mates." Sharon Tyler Herbst sorts out some of the more amusing gastronomic differences in this glossary of Australian food terms.

October 2, 2000
Sharon Tyler Herbst travels to Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, to report on the world's biggest food festival.

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