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Becky Sue Epstein
Wine and spirits expert Becky Sue Epstein is also an experienced editor, broadcaster and consultant in the fields of wine, spirits, food and travel. Currently based in New England, she holds several positions requiring a substantial amount of (mainly enjoyable) worldwide travel:

Founding Director, Provisions Press: Lifestyle books to make your life simpler, easier, more fun.

In between trips, tastings and events, Epstein writes books. Her award-winning cookbook The American Lighthouse Cookbook(Sourcebooks/Cumberland, co-written with Chef Ed Jackson) came out last year. Her second book is an entirely new update of the classic kitchen reference Substituting Ingredients (Sourcebooks) is a classic, both as print and ebook.

How to Create a Blue Ribbon Culinary Contest
How to Create a Blue Ribbon Culinary Contest

How to Create a Blue Ribbon Culinary Contest Becky Sue Epstein, Cristina Burwell

  • Your shortcut to putting on your own Blue Ribbon food contest
  • Packed with everything you need from lists and timelines to invaluable tips
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Brandy: A Global History
Brandy: A Global History

Brandy: A Global History Becky Sue Epstein

  • Chronicles the history of this very popular spirit, traveling from medieval alchemists to present-day drink mixologists
  • Explores brandy’s production and consumption from the Middle Ages to today
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Champagne: A Global History
Champagne: A Global History

Champagne: A Global History Becky Sue Epstein

  • Epstein chronicles champagne’s story and answers questions like:
  • What is the distinction between champagne and sparkling wine?
  • Is French champagne is really better than other sparkling wines?
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American Lighthouse Cookbook
American Lighthouse Cookbook

American Lighthouse Cookbook Becky Sue Epstein, Ed Jackson

  • Features 47 lighthouses, dozens of stories
  • More than 300 recipes from eight coastal regions of the United States
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Substituting Ingredients
Substituting Ingredients

Substituting Ingredients Becky Sue Epstein

  • 1,000 kitchen substitutions!
  • Substitutions for difficult to find items and common items you may not have on hand
  • Simple recipes for condiments, sauces, marinades, and spice mixtures
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