Sam Sifton emails readers of Cooking five days a week to talk about food and suggest recipes. That email also appears here. To receive it in your inbox, register here . Good morning. A new voice joins our chorus this morning on Cooking as the writer, chef and restaurateur Gabrielle Hamilton makes her debut in T he Times Magazine as a regular "Eat" columnist.
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Sam Sifton emails readers of Cooking five days a week to talk about food and suggest recipes. That email also appears here. To receive it in your inbox, register here . Good morning. Tejal Rao has a beautiful article in today's Times Magazine about the culinary legacy of the cook, writer, anthropologist and radio commentator Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor, who died last month at 79.
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