New Food Books

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‘April Hassun,’ featured in ‘Kaiseki’ 

For the first time in years, there’s reason to celebrate the food books of fall. The mindless (and presumably profitless) trend of chef’s ego books has slackened in favor of more thoughtful reads. Finest among them … “

Dorothy Kalins surveys the season’s best new food books in this week’s Newsweek.

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