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Excerpt: AMERICAN FLAVOR by Andrew Carmellini

Excerpt: AMERICAN FLAVOR by Andrew Carmellini

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A new cookbook of delicious, innovative, down-to-earth recipes, inspired by the fabulous melting pot of American food and street culture, from the acclaimed chef and James Beard Award winner Andrew Carmellini. ON SALE OCTOBER 18.
A new cookbook of delicious, innovative, down-to-earth recipes, inspired by the fabulous melting pot of American food and street culture, from the acclaimed chef and James Beard Award winner Andrew Carmellini. ON SALE OCTOBER 18.

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c:ses fm e 
wHn  HnK abou amCan foo,  HnKt the rd. er ice    kid, ’e pet  t tie driig cr the ctr, d tht’ h ered rthd t regi aeric ckig.’  mideterer r d ried, t  dd’ frid : he gre p hig i the mii c,hgig t  the ech, t erig he ch.whe he  eetee, he ed rth t ohi trk ith hi ce i the terrzz ie. ater heet  , he decided t t i ohi r gd—the eer gt ed t the t, gr, ic ohi i-ter. er chce he gt, he’d hed ck d th,d he   ck,  gt t g ith hi. nthigtpped hi: t d driig ether, r rk, rjr ie eet. oe   rt erie i driighe r mii ith  dd d  uce Ji i dd’ e Ptic epet—d dig  e i the he he e gt there. m rther hdee r hie e ere hedig th.m  etie e d t eet  i mii,t he did’t re ike t d the rd trip.  c’te her. he trip ere eerthig ’d expectr  t-d drie ith t  i the cr, dthe e:  rther d e ghtig,  dd e-ig t th  , t ch d i the cr, t eghhig  die r chgig  cthe. s t the tie, it  jt the g. ed eig  the rd.  ed t tr t t ke, tter h tired  , t tch the t betiter tr it gree ther ede er. wed ee Ceed re te t ight;  the tiethe  ce p, e’d e i the thi  app-chi. or rt tp   t  pcke he ibecke, wet virgii. e thgh e ere  cpe  hdred ie  r Ceed, thtpcke he et re reig t e, ece itered t thig  cd eer get ck he: ck-het pcke d ried h. ht’ iceeteed pet, de it pttie d the ried.whe it’ red,  drizze it ith pe rp de e cred ge et. t  prettch the et rd d eer.ater becke, e’d drie tright er the app-chi mti ti e hit  prticr ret tp i thenrth Cri Piedt. we t eer ted ihte: h p r  r,  dd d , he c eep i the cr r ree? s e’d p  therd d eep right there i the cr, r eet hg-ig t the pe id. (hi  ck i the dhe  cd d t ike tht itht gettig rthrt it   crzed ret-tp ic—r t etere e ke e hd e rried t crzedret-tp ic.)we’d ck  the ide  the rd, t. m dd hd Ce g-red te he’d h d t frid ith, d i the rig e’d et “ret-tp r-p.” ht  pe-ced dich, jt h d egg dred, ith e e cee ( k,  k—t itdid’t exct tt  grth, r  rther’, either).brekt, ike t ctiitie,  icded ht  d c “tig” etee e d  rther,hich de  dd pet; r e d’t ce p re i the ck et r  the picic te, hich de  dd pet; r e d’t e red t g hehe ted t hit the rd, d tht, t, de  ddpet. oce he gt  d, he thre  c  Cke t rther. vice dcked, d the Cke hit thi ig rwet virgii trcker i the hed. he t etsig Cit. t  excitig, the rd.

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