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For a cookbook author and gourmand like Peter Kaminsky, learning that he was becoming dangerously obese must have seemed like a double-edged death sentence. Continuing to pursue his taste preferences could kill him; wriggling into a low-calorie, low-fat regimen threatened him to an unending future of blandness. Instead of despairing, the former New York Times columnist tackled his occupational hazard with enviable aplomb. He began raising his eating IQ to adjust to these new realities. His Culinary Intelligence records the results of his self-education and is thus not a conventional diet book or motivational prep. Instead, it is one true food lover's guide to eating well—and healthy.