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December 24, 2004

Leite's Culinaria

screenshot​​​​​Leite's Culinaria is David Leite's elegant and tasty online food 'zine -- a collection of delightful articles about the history and mystery of culinary pleasures. We found mouth-watering recipes, book reviews, and resources for cooks, foodies, and all who enjoy eating well. We lingered longingly over recipes from the James Beard House, where chefs test recipes on their hard-to-impress culinary peers. We made a mental note of Cape Verdean pastry with the devil inside, imagining a festive table set for fallen angels. Dreaming of a Dickensian Christmas? The seasonal cover story, The Goose of Christmas Past, is entertaining and instructive. Shopping for a literate cook? Don't miss the best books of 2004, with volumes by culinary celebs like Tony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson, and focused tomes on chocolate, spice, toast, and other essentials.

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I'm flattered that you've mentioned my site on your blog. (And what a great blog it is!) Keep up the good posts.

David Leite

Posted by: David Leite | Dec 31, 2004 9:34:43 AM

sounds deliciously interesting :-)

Posted by: lucidly awake | Dec 24, 2004 4:45:39 PM

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