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Award-Winning Culinary Author Steven Raichlen Brings 'Man Made Meals' To Jax

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Over the past few decades more and more men have gotten into the kitchen, including culinary writer and public television host Steven Raichlen.

Raichlen's new book, Man Made Meals, focuses on cooking techniques for men. He joined Karen Feagins to discuss cooking and his upcoming event at Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails.

A five-time James Beard award winner, Raichlen is the author of 30 books and hosts the public television shows Primal Grill and Barbecue University.

Raichlan's new book discusses the nature of male based cooking methods and the characteristics that are unique to men working in a kitchen setting.

"For men, how we cook is as important as what we cook," Raichlen said.

Man Made Meals provides a masculine approach to cooking with recipes like "Cyclops Eggs," "Beer-Braised Chuck Steak" and "Hellfire Squid Stirfry."

Raichlen will be at Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails on Wednesday night for a dinner and book signing.

You can follow Karen Feagins on Twitter @karenfeagins and Carter Roush @carterroush.

Karen found her home in public broadcasting after working for several years as a commercial television reporter. She joinedWJCTin 2005 as the host of 89.9 FM’s Morning Edition and has held many different roles at the station in both radio and television. She has written and produced documentaries includingBeluthahatchee: The Legacy of Stetson Kennedy and Jacksonville Beach: Against the Tide and directed the oral history project, Voices of the First Coast.