Culinate Newsletter Nov 7 07

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear Readers,

 Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone is celebrating its 10th birthday this month, and this week its author, Deborah Madison, reflects on the changes in how she eats -- in fact, how we all eat -- over the last decade. Although the "V-word" tends to throw people off, she writes, more of us are looking at ways to eat less meat and more vegetables, more often. For reasons of health -- our own and that of the planet -- eating toward the bottom of the food chain is an idea we at Culinate are trying for ourselves. So far, we like the results.

 But then there's chocolate, which makes us all go a little crazy. This week, we've partnered with Charles Chocolates to give away two tickets to this weekend's chocolate show in New York -- with a tour from chocolatier Chuck Siegel. Don't win the tickets? Maybe you'll win the "consolation prize," a box of chocolates from Charles Chocolates. Leave a comment here before Thursday noon PST to be eligible to win.

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: The Thanksgiving meal means different things to different eaters.
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story2text: A busy single mom finds time to bake bread with her children. And she loves it.

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recipe2text: Tom Douglas's gingersnaps call for fresh, not powdered, ginger. 
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