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by Sally Bernstein

March 31, 2002
See the finalists for the 2002 James Beard Foundation Awards.

March 30, 2002
Robin Barr Sussman updated the Healdsburg, California restaurant listing. Check out the new hot spots!

March 28, 2002
"In the childhood memories of every good cook, there's a large kitchen, a warm stove, a simmering pot and a mom." Barbara Costikyan

March 26, 2002
A Celebration of Heirloom Vegetables by Roger Yepsen has more than 50 full-color watercolors of these much-loved living antiques with 60 recipes, many of them heirlooms themselves.

March 23, 2002
See the finalists for the 2002 International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Awards.

March 21, 2002
Sally teaches at Ramekins Somona Valley Culinary School! Ramekins is pleased to announce the launch of the Summer 2002 session on their website, www.ramekins.com/catalog . You'll find over 125 exciting cooking and grilling classes, culinary tours and winemaker dinners over the four month session. Check out July 18th for Sally's Phyllo workshop!

March 19, 2002
Mixing Drinks by Bev Bennett is a new book that includes the basics of stocking your bar, a detailed guide to classic and trendy drinks, party and drink etiquette, recipes of foods that go with drinks, a glossary of popular drink terms and tips for responsible drinking.

March 18, 2002
Master Chef Wolfgang Puck helped redefined American cooking. Kendall-Jackson Winery helped redefine California Chardonnay. In a natural partnership of two organizations built on a commitment to quality come two exciting new wines, a 2000 California Chardonnay and a 1999 California Red Meritage in special Kendall-Jackson bottlings with a label prominently displaying Puck's signature.

March 17, 2002
Happy St. Patrick's Day!

March 15, 2002
New York City on a Budget by Susan Bernstein is a new restaurant listing for those looking to save a few pennies on food in The Big Apple!

March 14, 2002
Copia: The American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts in Napa, California will celebrate contributions from "South of the Border" throughout the month of April. From an exploration of food mythology to the creativity of fresco art to the origins of many of our favorite ingredients, equatorial America is presented with sweeping scope.

March 13, 2002
This magnum opus from the world's great authorities on the history and use of food: The Oxford Companion To Food by Alan Davidson is a true cornucopia of 2,650 delightfully written A-Z entries.

March 12, 2002
On March 26th Emeril will have a new cookbook...for kids: "There's A Chef In My Soup." Order now through amazon.com.

March 11, 2002
Lonely Planet publishes new World Food titles: World Food Greece, World Food Indonesia and World Food Japan. Full-color throughout, these are guides to the culture of eating and drinking in each of these countries.

March 9, 2002
Dutch photographer Jan Bartelsman brings us Magic In The Kitchen, a coffee table cookbook of 40 American chefs with whimsical portraits and over 70 recipes. Bartelsman has taken inspiration from surrealist painters, added 21st century technology and his love of cooking.

March 7, 2002
The IACP Awards of Excellence and the IACP Cookbook Awards will be presented during the IACP Awards Gala, which will be open to the general public...Saturday, April 20 at 6:00 p.m. in San Diego, CA....tickets are $125.

March 6, 2002
Emeril Lagasse, Martin Yan, Jacques Pŕpin, and "Too Hot Tamales" Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger to Cook in Concert at IACP Conference in San Diego, CA..this event is open to the public on Thursday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m....tickets are $75 & $100.

March 5, 2002
Jacques Pepin's landmark, fully illustrated guides to all of the cooking fundamentals, La Technique and La Methode, are finally available in one volume, fully updated by the author---Jacques Pepin's Complete Techniques.

March 3, 2002
The Four Seasons Resorts on Jimbaran Bay, Bali, Indonesia now offers the "Cooking School," an interactive, multi-cultural Asian learning experience. For information on this Balinese culinary adventure: Putu.Indrawati@fourseasons.com

March 1, 2002
Wines priced at just under $10...unheard of? Not so. Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates new venture in Australia offers four 2001 Yangarra Park wines: Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. www.kj.com

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