Arts Notebook
11:43 am
Tue July 15, 2014

Five quirky memoirs about food

Credit Zeetz Jones / via Flickr

Food culture is both a booming industry and a booming hobby. From the seemingly boundless well of programming available on the Food Network to the endless world of food blogs, food is an adventure, a destination and an obsession.

Whether you long for the meals from your family table or consider yourself a hardcore foodie, out for the unusual and adventurous, there is a memoir involving food to suit your tastes. This happens to be one of my favorite memoir sub-genres, so some of these recommendations are newly published while others are long-time favorites.


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Blacklands Cafe
6:00 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Knight: Confessions of a 'foodie'

Jerrod Knight
Texas A&M University-Commerce

KETR general manager Jerrod Knight reveals some of his tips for preparing haute cuisine in this edition of the Blacklands Cafe.

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3:42 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Review: Tuscan Slice, a wood-fire kitchen

Greenville has a new purveyor of pizza and many other Italian bistro dishes. Tuscan Slice opened in late April at the corner of Wesley St. and Mustang Crossing, a quarter-mile south of Interstate 30.

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