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New cookbook shows a skilled chef's approach to sweets

Noted food writer Deborah Madison has a new cookbook out called "Seasonal Fruit Desserts," and Times Food Editor Russ Parsons thinks it might be her best one yet. (He admits he's prejudiced: They've been friends for 25 years.) Read more...
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