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A peek inside Savannah’s restaurants with Damon Lee Fowler


A peek inside Savannah’s restaurants with Damon Lee Fowler

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A peek inside Savannah’s restaurants with Damon Lee Fowler
News from Savannah Morning News:

Savannah food writer and author Damon Lee Fowler has put together a new cookbook — his seventh — featuring recipes from more than three dozen restaurants in Savannah, the Lowcountry and Tybee Island.

The new book, “Savannah Chef’s Table: Extraordinary Recipes from this Historic Southern City,” is somewhat of a departure for Fowler, whose other cookbooks, such as “Classical Southern Cooking” and “Damon Lee Fowler’s New Southern Kitchen,” of course focus on Southern cuisine.

While “Savannah Chef’s Table” includes Southern staples, such as Mrs. Wilkes’ fried chicken and The Lady & Sons chicken pot pie, it also delves deep into other cultures and highlights recipes such as Zunzi’s South African curry stew and spicy steak with crisp vegetables and curry from Ele Fine Fusion.

Fowler, who is food writer for the Morning News and culinary director for Kitchenware Outfitters, admits his latest book was “quite an adventure” mainly because he was hired in the middle of the project after the original writer dropped out.

But he enjoyed his dealings with the publisher, The Lyons Press, and they like his work and want to continue the writing relationship, Fowler said.

The challenge of jumping in midstream intrigued Fowler, and he set out to put his personal signature on the book, he said.

“The restaurant choices mostly had…………… continues on Savannah Morning News

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Sam Farber, Creator of Oxo Utensils, Dies at 88
News from New York Times:

Sam Farber, who was spurred by a fiend in the form of a vegetable peeler to start Oxo, the housewares manufacturer whose ergonomic rubber handles grace its kitchen utensils in many homes, died on Sunday in East Meadow, N.Y. He was 88.

The cause was complications of a recent fall, his son John said.

Oxo took root in the late 1980s, when Mr. Farber, ostensibly retired, and his wife, Betsey, were making an apple tart in their rented home in the south of France. Preparing the apples, Ms. Farber, who has mild arthritis in her hands, was exasperated by their unwieldy peeler, which she found painful to use.

Mr. Farber knew housewares — he had founded Copco, a maker of brightly colored enameled cast-iron cookware, in 1960 and run the company before selling it in 1982. He immediately discerned a gap in the market: kitchen devices that were as comfortable as they were functional, designed not only for cooks with hand problems but for all cooks.

With John Farber, the couple founded

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