Having swallowed up the online Gourmet Guide and foodwine.com, California cook Kate Heyhoe’s gastronomical guidebook expands the horizons of would-be gourmands with best recipes (peppermint brownies, anyone?), culinary tips (what Brits call a biscuit, Americans call a cracker), and such useful sections as ”I Love Chocolate” and ”Pasta, Risotto & You.” Worth celebrating – and salivating.
Posted February 12 2000 — 12:00 AM EST
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