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Reviving the family table

By Glenn Yoder
Globe Staff / November 23, 2011
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The award-winning New Orleans chef is owner of nine restaurants, including August, Besh Steak, American Sector, and Domenica. He published his first book, “My New Orleans,’’ in 2009, but soon realized the recipes may be too complex for the average cook. With that in mind, he penned “My Family Table: A Passionate Plea for Home Cooking.’’ “The family table’s something that’s been the nucleus of all families throughout history,’’ he says. “We’re a generation away from that home-cooked meal, celebrated at the table, that breaking of bread. And I think that leaves us in a very perilous position as a country, as a society, as humanity - period.’’

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