NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 9.13.06

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From the New York Times’ Dining Section… lots this week about tea and coffee. Is cozy weather upon us?

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Tea’s Got a Brand New Bag: It’s not uncool anymore to sip tea brewed from a bag. Florence Fabricant gives us some tips.

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From a Long Tradition, Small Sips Quickly Brewed: The Kung-Fu method of tea-brewing, straight from Chinatown.

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Adrià May Be Relaxing, but His Obsessions Are Still Abuzz: Famed Spanish Chef, Ferran Adrià, of El Bulli on the Costa Brava just may inspire you to get really funky in your kitchen. Or not.

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Gratification, But Not the Instant Kind: Asimov takes a week off of official wine-tasting duties and has a close look at the California wine industry.

Things You Don’t Know, Can’t Know and Don’t Want to Know: Marian Burros offers a pint-sized exceprt from Marion Nestle’s magnificent book, What To Eat. Warning: you may be shocked.

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