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New York International Olive Oil Competition Unveils 2017 Winners
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New York International Olive Oil Competition Unveils 2017 Winners

By  •  4 hours ago

It’s not often that a food competition routinely involves coughing. At the fifth annual New York International Olive Oil Competition awards ceremony on April 27,...
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Breakfast Without Borders: Okonomi Serves Seafood-Centric Japanese Platters
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Breakfast Without Borders: Okonomi Serves Seafood-Centric Japanese Platters

By  •  26 mins ago

When you enter the restaurant, the smell of ocean brine hits you first. Seafood is the star of many a Japanese meal, and at Okonomi,...
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Southern Smoke: Author Matt Moore Goes in Search of Pitmaster Secrets
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Southern Smoke: Author Matt Moore Goes in Search of Pitmaster Secrets

By  •  2 weeks ago

The title of Matt Moore’s new cookbook, “The South’s Best Butts,” is easily seared into one’s mind, reinforced by a number of puns along the way...
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Where the Wild Plants Are: Spring Foraging Brings Pizzazz to Chefs’ Plates
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Where the Wild Plants Are: Spring Foraging Brings Pizzazz to Chefs’ Plates

By  •  2 weeks ago

Cardamine tastes almost like wasabi—with a kind of heat you can feel in your sinuses. The wild herb has a funny nickname: hairy bittercress, though...
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Kailash Parbat Introduces the Great Variety of Breads in North Indian Breakfast
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Kailash Parbat Introduces the Great Variety of Breads in North Indian Breakfast

By  •  3 weeks ago

North India, with its abundance of wheat-growing regions, is home to a great variety of breads. Dough can be deep-fried, baked, or stretched into many...
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Beatrix Potter Would Have Liked This Charming Easter Basket
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Beatrix Potter Would Have Liked This Charming Easter Basket

By  •  4 weeks ago

This charming Classic Easter Basket from L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates looks like something author and illustrator Beatrix Potter might take a liking to. There’s the...
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How to Feed Your Inner Viking
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How to Feed Your Inner Viking

By  •  1 month ago

The height of decadence for Icelanders is skyr with blueberries that you picked yourself. Right before serving, “you pour a healthy portion of liquid cream...
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A Family Legacy: Vibrant South Indian Recipes From Cookbook Author Chitra Agrawal
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A Family Legacy: Vibrant South Indian Recipes From Cookbook Author Chitra Agrawal

By  •  2 months ago

What a special treat it is to be invited to share a homecooked South Indian meal—lovingly prepared from heirloom recipes preserved over generations—while learning about...
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Q&A With Lior Lev Sercarz: On the Hunt for Spices and the Art of Blending Flavors
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Q&A With Lior Lev Sercarz: On the Hunt for Spices and the Art of Blending Flavors

By  •  2 months ago

All cooks abide by this credo: Seasoning is critical to the flavors in a dish. So why do top chefs in New York and beyond—among...
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From Barbecue to Cured Seafood, Exploring the Ancient Tradition of Hot-Smoking
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From Barbecue to Cured Seafood, Exploring the Ancient Tradition of Hot-Smoking

By  •  2 months ago

Since our ancestors started cooking with fire, hot-smoking food has been a tried and true tradition. Cookbook author and host of PBS television show “Project...
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