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Cookbooks: Review: ‘Taste of Persia’ Crosses Borders

Naomi Duguid’s latest cookbook follows a trail through Iran, Georgia, Kurdistan, Azerbaijan and Armenia.
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Armenia Overprint One overprint used on early stamps Armenia is a small, mountainous, landlocked country bordered by Turkey, Iran, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. It is the smallest of the republics that gained independence following the c...

Cooking Light Names Two New Columnists

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Cooking Light has added two new columnists: Rozanne Gold and Naomi Duguid. Gold is a four-time James Beard award-winning chef and cookbook author. Duguid is an award-winning cookbook author as well and a well-known food historian. G...

Cookbook Review: Taste of Home Cooking School Cookbook

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Heather says: I was sent a copy of the Taste of Home Cooking School Cookbook for review. (You can check out my policy on reviews up there in the navigation bar under Site Administration and Disclosure, exciting stuff, I guarantee.) ...

Burmese Food, or Why Haven’t I Known about this Food Before Naomi Duguid’s New Cookbook

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When I got a copy of the cookbook, Burma: Rivers of Flavor by Naomi Dugid, I had no idea what Burmese cooking was even like. As it turns out, geography is a pretty good guide: To the west, Burma (a.k.a. Myanmar) is bordered by India...

Cookbook Collector: Burma + 5 Questions for Naomi Duguid

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In Naomi Duguid's new book, Burma: Rivers of Flavor, she surveys one of the most unknown cuisines of Southeast Asia. Duguid is known for her in-depth explorations of a country's food culture and this book is no different. She unveil...

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