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Ted Allen at Bluecashew

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For years, chef Ted Allen has been sharing his guidance as “Queer Eye” wine and food specialist, judge on “Top Chef” and “Iron Chef America,” and as host of “Chopped.” His secrets will now be available in his new book, In My Kitchen (Clarkson Potter), which Allen will be signing at bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy in Rhinebeck. In My Kitchen strays from today’s time-crunch canons. Allen seeks out little-known ingredients, lingering in the grocery, creating food in a passionate, artistic process, and savoring every moment along the way—as well as each sumptuous result. Recipes for Fresh Goat Cheese Tartlets, Heirloom Gaspacho Salad, Chicken and Merguez Tagine, and White Sangria Peach Compote make their way into In My Kitchen, just waiting, tempting, to be tried. The signing will run from 2 to 5pm on September 8.
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