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Cesare Gets into the Travel Biz; The Best BBQ in America

EVENTS—Want to learn a thing or two about bread baking? A workshop at La Marqueta all day Saturday will feature bakers like Amy Scherber of Amy’s Bread, Jessamyn Rodriguez of Hot Bread Kitchen, and Monica Von Thun Calderon of Grandaisy Bakery/ [Hot Bread Kitchen]

EXPANDING THE BRAND—Cesare Casella is getting into the tourism industry apparently. He 's launching the Italian Cooking School by Cesare Casella, "customized Italian travel experiences that will give guests unparalleled access to some of the most celebrated chefs in Italy." His first trip focuses on Sicily and takes place Sicily September 4 to September 11, 2011. More info here. [EaterWire]

LISTICLES—The latest issue of Food & Wine includes its picks for the best new southern-style barbecue restaurants around the country. And only one, Louisville's Doc Crow's Southern Smokehouse, is in the actual south. Okay, Bogart's Smokehouse in St. Louis is awfully close. Rounding out the list are Lillie's Q in Chicago, Brooklyn's Mable's Smokehouse and Banquet Hall, Hill Country in Washington, DC and Sneaky's in San Francisco. [F&W]

[Photo: Sam Horine]

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