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22 January, 2018

Learn How to Make Cinnamon Sugar Breakfast Puffs

Learn How to Make Cinnamon Sugar Breakfast Puffs
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWho remembers Cinnamon Toast Crunch? Who remembers doughnut holes? What lucky few have had the opportunity to eat a hybrid of the two? Not I! Until now, that is: Thanks to these Cinnamon Sugar Breakfast Puffs, my wildest breakfast dreams are all coming true. Cinnamon Sugar Breakfast Puffs by fiveandspice The recipe
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22 January, 2018

Is Amazon's New Store the Future of Grocery Shopping?

Is Amazon's New Store the Future of Grocery Shopping?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksToday, Amazon opened the doors of Amazon Go, a reimagined grocery store located on the ground floor of its Seattle offices, to the public. Already, the space has drummed up considerable conversation online and in the media—and rightfully so. It’s flipping all sorts of shopping conventions on their heads: the store
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22 January, 2018

Celebrate Kumquat Season With a Tangy, Never-Bitter Pie

Celebrate Kumquat Season With a Tangy, Never-Bitter Pie
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEvery so often, we scour the site for cool recipes from our community that we then test, photograph, and feature—this one comes from longtime Food52er hardlikearmour. While we continue the slog through dreary, grey winter, there’s at least one bright spot to cut through the chill: citrus season. Between sweet, golden
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22 January, 2018

The Sweet-Savory Peruvian Bread "Pudding" Time (Almost) Forgot

The Sweet-Savory Peruvian Bread "Pudding" Time (Almost) Forgot
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksI’m no model Peruvian—I don’t pay attention to soccer, I don’t ask St. Martin of Porres or St. Rose of Lima for help, and my accent sounds like a mashup of several Latin American accents because I grew up in Miami. But I celebrate my Peruvian heritage through food. One year,
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22 January, 2018

How to Make the Most Out of Specialty Ingredients

How to Make the Most Out of Specialty Ingredients
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksMy mom’s appetizer de résistance is caviar pie. It shows up at Thanksgiving or Passover, if you’re lucky, but never more than a couple times each year. She got the recipe from her mom. Caviar pie was all the rage in the ’70s, thanks to a Craig Claiborne column in The
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20 January, 2018

Urban Farming Is the Future of Agriculture

Urban Farming Is the Future of Agriculture
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks “The planet is growing more food than ever, and yet millions of people continue to starve worldwide. People are hungry everywhere — in the country, in the suburbs. But increasingly, one of the front lines in the war against hunger is in cities. As urban populations grow, more people find themselves in food
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20 January, 2018

A Spiced Sausage (and Spice Mix) You Can and Should DIY

A Spiced Sausage (and Spice Mix) You Can and Should DIY
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAs Food52 gets older (and wiser), and our archive of recipes grows, we’re making the effort to revisit some gold recipes and pick the brains that invented them. Today, it’s longtime F52-er MrsWheelbarrow, on how a disappointing event turned into a career in food writing; she posted this lamb merguez recipe
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20 January, 2018

Affordable, Inventive (Dare We Say Quirky?) Tabletop Upgrades

Affordable, Inventive (Dare We Say Quirky?) Tabletop Upgrades
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks Photo by James Ransom We love few things more than a beautiful, well-cooked meal (obviously), but there’s more to eating than the food itself. Presentation is half the battle when it comes to impressing your guests, so it helps to think of your tabletop as a canvas—what big and little touches
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19 January, 2018

Out of Vanilla Extract? This Substitute is Probably in Your Kitchen

Out of Vanilla Extract? This Substitute is Probably in Your Kitchen
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksBy now, you’ve probably been told once or twice to make your own vanilla extract. (One of those times may or may not have been by us.) Recipes tell you how easy-breezy it is to DIY—buy vanilla beans, split down the center, stuff in a jar, drown in booze (most people
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19 January, 2018

You Know French Onion Soup—But Do You Know Its (Less Fussy) Tuscan Mother?

You Know French Onion Soup—But Do You Know Its (Less Fussy) Tuscan Mother?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAsk a Florentine and they will tell you that onion soup is Tuscan, not French. The Tuscan version, known as carabaccia (pronounced kar-a-ba-cha), is documented in Renaissance recipe books—usually a soup of sliced onions stewed in vegetable broth, thickened with ground almonds, spiced with cinnamon—and it is assumed that the Florentine
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