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Terri Taylor is a third-generation Texan who has spent the last 30 years in Dallas, working and raising her family. She studied journalism at the University of Texas and received a master of liberal arts degree from Southern Methodist University. During a pivotal year abroad in her 20s, she developed an appreciation for fresh foods while working on farms in Norway and France. She has been writing for Edible Dallas & Fort Worth since its inaugural issue in 2009.  In 2010, she became its editor.
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Edited by Terri Taylor, Edible Dallas & Fort Worth: The Cookbook showcases the regional cuisine of the local area. Like everything else, the local cuisine reflects the spirit of competition between the cities as well as the traditional image in the local and national media. Whether it is the Western roots of Fort Worth known as "Cowtown" and where the West begins, or the cutting edge new wave of whatever is about to be hip in Dallas, there should be something for everyone to enjoy in this 173 page …
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