NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 8.9.06

In today’s New York Times’ Dining Section… not a lot going on for a cook. Must be August.

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Forbidden? Not the Mangosteen: The banned fruit and its devotees.

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Summer Soup With Zing: A Dash of Wine: The Minimalist makes a Cold Cherry Soup with Mango (and a nice helping of fruity red wine). Be sure to watch the video.

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A Party Menu That the Host Can Enjoy: The Bringing It Home column, focusing on wares from the Greenmarket, serves a Leek, Mushroom and Goat Cheese Tart and Smoked Trout with Lemon-Chive Sauce

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The Customer Wants a Juicy Steak? Just Add Water: Marian Burros explains how a juicy steak may have more to do with the water and saline solutions injected into the meat by the food industry than how you marinate or cook it.

• <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/09/dining/09wine.html?ref=dining<br/>%E2%80%9C>Refined%20Tequilas,%20Meant%20to%20Be%20Savored</a>:%20Asimov%20takes%20the%20week%20off%20of%20wine%20(and%20margaritas)%20and%20tries%20some%20sipping%20tequilas.</p>%20%0A<p>%E2%80%A2%20<a%20href=" http:>A Tangy Chaser That Tastes as Good on Food as It Does in a Glass: Florence Fabricant offers two recipes to serve with sipping tequilas: Smoky Sangrita and Sangrita Carnitas.

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