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Culinate Newsletter October 22 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 Do you relish food memories? Mention French onion soup and somehow it is 1985, and I am in Paddington Station, having just said goodbye to mon amour who is heading home and leaving me lonesome in chilly London. I comfort myself with a crock of perfectly rich and oniony soup — and somehow my memory captures the moment forever.

 This week on Culinate, [/columns/deborah/eggsandwichesandstrangevegetables?utmsource=NL102208&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=EggSandwiches&utmcampaign=DeborahMadison "Deborah Madison"] recalls a sublime fried-egg sandwich in Astoria, Oregon, and a surprising dinner at Ubuntu, a new vegetable-centric restaurant in Napa Valley — future food memories gleaned from her summer vacation. Full disclosure: Reading this on an empty stomach may lead to combing the fridge, firing up the stove. 

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: Matthew Amster-Burton gives the low-down on the cutting edge. 
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story2text: Looking for inspiration for cooking vegetables? Carrie Floyd lists her picks; readers add theirs.

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