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4 March, 2017

Follow This Golden Formula, Make Meatloaf Any Which Way

Follow This Golden Formula, Make Meatloaf Any Which Way
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks Eds’ note: The following is excerpted (with permission) from Frank Bruni and Jennifer Steinhauer’s wildly entertaining new book, A Meatloaf in Every Oven: Two Chatty Cooks, One Iconic Dish and Dozens of Recipes, from Mom’s to Mario Batali’s. The italics below are notes from us to further explain some info—we’ll
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4 March, 2017

Read the Highlights of The Piglet's Rousing Round One

Read the Highlights of The Piglet's Rousing Round One
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAllison Robicelli runs through the highlights of Round 1 so far—click on the judgment photos to read the reviews for yourselves. Tasting Rome vs. Tasting Persia, judged by Katie Quinn Watch Our First-Ever Piglet Video Cookbook Review by Food52 This is the Piglet’s first ever video review which is exciting! However I
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3 March, 2017

What Is a 'Grocerant'?

What Is a 'Grocerant'?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIt’s been a few months since a Whole Foods opened up a mere two blocks from my apartment. This Whole Foods is an edifice structured like a two-story castle, airy and palatial. Tucked away in the escalator-accessible basement, steps away from the butcher, is a tavern that calls itself N4. It’s
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3 March, 2017

21 Vegetarian Dishes for When Cooking Doesn't Fit In Your Agenda

21 Vegetarian Dishes for When Cooking Doesn't Fit In Your Agenda
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksOn the most frantic, things-flying-through-the-air days, I make careful hour-by-hour to-do lists. But no matter how detailed they are, I often forget to take into account that I have to feed myself. And if I want to cook, cooking takes time—as does getting groceries, and scrubbing dishes. Petition to add a
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3 March, 2017

How I Warmed to My Indian Identity With a Sour, Cold Dish

How I Warmed to My Indian Identity With a Sour, Cold Dish
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen I ask my American friends what foods they think of as “Indian,” their answers don’t surprise me: naan, chicken tikka masala, samosas, saag paneer. The standard culinary perception of Indian food in America is North Indian, mostly riffs on foods from the state of Punjab modified to suit an American
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3 March, 2017

Thank Georgia O'Keeffe for Your Love of Cacti, Plaster, and Terra Cotta

Thank Georgia O'Keeffe for Your Love of Cacti, Plaster, and Terra Cotta
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen we think of New Mexico, we immediately think pale shades of red, desert heat, cacti, and the one and only Georgia O’Keeffe. Interiors inspired by this landscape often reference the simple adobe walls of O’Keeffe’s Abiquiú, NM home (also known as Ghost Ranch) and incorporate handmade terra cotta objects, ranging
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2 March, 2017

I Can't Stop Laughing at This Parody of 'Chef's Table'

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIf you’ve ever seen an episode of Chef’s Table, the David Gelb-helmed Netflix show that’s now on its third season, you’ll recognize that it’s got certain, unmistakable aesthetic flourishes. There are languid, handsome interstitial shots of plaintive chefs, ambling through mossy settings and picking at their naturalistic surroundings; a violin-heavy soundtrack
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2 March, 2017

Peek at the Inspiration Boards of These 7 Female Designers

Peek at the Inspiration Boards of These 7 Female Designers
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEven in our increasingly digital world, there’s reason to get nostalgic for the days of yore—the days of photo albums labeled with love, books with pages that smell like leather and fresh ink, and love notes passed with risk of being intercepted. Another, perhaps less obvious item fading quietly into the
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2 March, 2017

A 2-Step Plan for Turning Pasta into a Well-Rounded Meal

A 2-Step Plan for Turning Pasta into a Well-Rounded Meal
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksFor home cooks, there is no easier weeknight meal than pasta. It’s like the sweatpants of cooking! You can kinda slouch into it with no real plan and you’ll still have a great dinner. Brussels Sprouts Carbonara by Leanne Brown And when it comes to pasta, keeping it simple is the rule
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