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 NOVEMBER 2013 ISSUE
     The Oxford Dictionary defines -phile as: One that loves or has a strong affinity or preference for something, with origins from the Greek word philos, or 'beloved, loving.' This month, we've got a lot of lovin' going on, as all of our featured personalities fit, if not profess to be, some sort of -phile.
 
     Then come back in mid-month for our interview with Certified Nutritionish/Master Herbalist, Donnie Yance in our review of his new book. The Slow Foodsphile with a photographic memory and a propensity for scientific research (as well as John Coltrane) has landed on the forefront of alternative therapies for preventing and treating degenerative diseases, starting first with food.




CHARLIE TROTTER:


IN MEMORIAM





     
     


 





DAVID SERUS:

The Maîtres Cuisiniers de France likes to keep things simple in the kitchen.               




     
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CHRYSA ROBERTSON:

The Cowgirl faces life head on, lives by her own light, and makes no excuses
. Dale Evans




 


   







BARD DATE COMPANY


They call dates the fruit of the gods; see why.





 








MATT CARTER:

"I'm a Francophile" (that loves Latin foods)
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BRYAN GORTON:

He's at the right place at the right time.






 





SEA SMOKE CELLARS:

Is there love in the wine you're drinking?




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BOOK REVIEW:

Slow food's a key component to prevent and heal degenerative diseases. Find out the rest of the story in Donnie Yance's new book, Adaptogens in Medical Herbalism: Elite Herbs and Natural Compounds for Mastering Stress, Aging, and Chronic Disease.


 
 





CORE KITCHEN & WINE BAR:

A look at what's happening at one "stunning kitchen" in the Sonoran Desert.


 

        

          
 
  








Feeding France's presidents -- a cultural and gastronomic tour de force!