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BOOK TOUR CHRONICLES: BOSTON Meet Andy Husbands, owner of Tremont 647 in Boston's South End. Or if you're a barbecue buff--and we know you are--you might know him as a co-author of one of the best barbecue books of the year, Wicked Good Barbecue (Fair Winds Books). We happened to visit on a Tuesday night--taco night--and Andy rewarded with turkey spiced chili tacos, chorizo with pickled onions, pulled pork with sweet potato, and fried fish with...

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HOT STUFF FROM LOS ANGELES  You don't need a degree in restaurant hopping to know that some of the best food in L.A. (or Portland, Oregon, or New York City) comes off a truck. Steven finally caught up with with the Kogi truck on trendy Abbot Kinney in Venice, California, that his assistant had been raving about for months. So what's everyone lined up for? Chef Roy Choi's Korean barbecue tacos--available as beef short ribs (sweet and...

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Need some warm weather?

Need some warm weather? Greetings from Playa del Carmen in Mexico's Yucatan. First things first: great tacos al pastor at El Fogon on the main avenue. The pork is marinated in achiote paste and pineapple and roasted on a vertical spit in a charcoal-burning rotisserie. It's continuously carved with a slice of fresh pineapple (see top of skewer), so everyone get's an end cut. The beach at the Rosewood Mayakoba. Luxury. Serenity. And ocean...

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