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2 March, 2017

Why Cane Furniture Gets Brittle and How to Protect It

Why Cane Furniture Gets Brittle and How to Protect It
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAdd a piece, or a set, of cane furniture to any room and the atmosphere instantly relaxes. Your proximity to the nearest beach dwindles, your vacation days increase (and inch closer), sunshine glimmers in the forecast. Barefooted-ness becomes a regular consideration. Ice cream for dinner. I’m not kidding. Have you tried
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2 March, 2017

When Meyer Lemons Are Hard to Find, Try This Substitute

When Meyer Lemons Are Hard to Find, Try This Substitute
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksMeyer lemon this; Meyer lemon that. In high citrus season, many recipes will have you searching for the proper-noun’ed Meyer lemons—and for valid reason. They’re sweeter and less astringent than run-of-the-mill Eurekas, with a thin, edible skin and a fragrance as floral as a bouquet of hyacinth. The MVP of Citrus
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1 March, 2017

Do You Pay More for Food If It’s Labeled "All-Natural”?

Do You Pay More for Food If It’s Labeled "All-Natural”?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEarlier this month, a study published in the Journal of Food Science confirmed just how willing consumers are to fall for a label like “all-natural” on our food, even if the phrase is utterly meaningless. A team of researchers at Ohio State University’s Food Science and Technology Department asked 120 participants—48
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1 March, 2017

No-Cream Weeknight Alfredo To Make From A Nearly Empty Pantry

No-Cream Weeknight Alfredo To Make From A Nearly Empty Pantry
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThis article is brought to you by Clarkson Potter. Head here to learn more about the recently released cookbook Back Pocket Pasta by Colu Henry. If you ask any number of my friends, as well as my husband, they’ll all tell you that the food I take comfort in is Italian
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1 March, 2017

Our New Approach to Charitable Giving (& How to Get Involved)

Our New Approach to Charitable Giving (& How to Get Involved)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksHello Food52ers! We’re happy to be back with more follow up on your feedback from our November letter. In addition to broadening the diversity of our content and team, you asked us to more clearly define our approach to charitable giving. A Personal Note From Amanda and Merrill by Food52 While we
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1 March, 2017

A Simple, Peanut Buttery Icebox Cake—Made Entirely from Bodega Ingredients

A Simple, Peanut Buttery Icebox Cake—Made Entirely from Bodega Ingredients
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThis is part of an ongoing series to celebrate bodegas (and their owners) in New York City—each week, we’re highlighting recipes from food writers and chefs made entirely from ingredients purchased in bodegas. Today: Food writer Gabriella Gershenson on the Chelsea bodega she frequents—and the architectural cake she makes with certain
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1 March, 2017

You'll Never Think of Scrambled Eggs as Simple Again

You'll Never Think of Scrambled Eggs as Simple Again
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksYou’re standing in the front of the fridge, scratching your head (or your belly) and holding that carton of eggs with your other hand. Any given night, right? Now stop scratching and grab some friends. Not human friends (because who needs those?), but rather, the tin of anchovies you’ve been saving
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28 February, 2017

15 Ways Melissa Clark & A Sheet Pan Can Rescue Dinner

15 Ways Melissa Clark & A Sheet Pan Can Rescue Dinner
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIn my imagination, Melissa Clark is developing one of the 200 recipes for her newest opus, Dinner: Changing the Game, when she stops and calls, “Ah, sheet pan!” and beckons the handy tool, yet again, to streamline a recipe. A dish suddenly goes from multi-dish to one-dish, oven to table. Clean-up
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28 February, 2017

If You Don’t Know Much About Iraqi Cuisine, Start Here

If You Don’t Know Much About Iraqi Cuisine, Start Here
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen I ask Philip Juma about his childhood in London, he tells me about his father’s ‘Muslawi’ food. It’s a term his father used to describe the food of his ancestral homeland in northern Iraq. Juma’s father came to London from Mosul in 1971 when he was just 20 years old.
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28 February, 2017

23 of Our Finest, Richest Curries

23 of Our Finest, Richest Curries
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhat does the word “curry” even mean? Curry’s provenance is perplexingly murky, but one way to grapple with this word’s flexibility is to embrace all the different dishes that go by this name. Curry’s definition is malleable, adaptive to the environment it’s in: My mom’s curry is different from my dad’s,
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