Volume III, Issue 24
December 6 - December 13, 1999
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
n the two hours it takes to ride a bus into New York City and catch a train to leave, there's an entire world on display.
Just shy of a dozen is this list of cookbooks that will make great gifts for the holidays for anyone who enjoys making -- or eating -- food.
The ongoing fascination with microbrews has unleashed an avalanche of beer and brewing trivia equally confusing to both the diehard six-pack fan as well as more adventurous souls.
Now What? 
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
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Two Hours in the City 
Into New York City on a bus, out on a train, with the whole world in between.
Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Buy The Book 
Cooks and foodies are sure to delight in these surefire winners.
Rebecca Cook, TUCSON WEEKLY
Beer -- It's Not Just for Breakfast Anymore 
Beer is not considered traditional breakfast fare, but it actually does taste best in the morning.
Bob Klein, WEEKLY ALIBI
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