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16 January, 2018

You Haven't Met a (Chocolate!) Banana Bread Like This Yet

You Haven't Met a (Chocolate!) Banana Bread Like This Yet
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksDoes anyone really need another recipe for banana bread? (There are 230 versions, and counting, on this site alone.) Make room in the recipe box, because you need this one: banana bread made with dark chocolate in two forms, sea salt, olive oil, and tangy sour cream. It’s a pretty great
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15 January, 2018

Urban gardening system Grow​more helps ​city dwellers ​build mini local farms

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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks “Designed by Danish firm Husum & Lindholm Architects, Growmore structures can be assembled using six plywood components. The system is designed for people living in cities to utilise unused urban space for local food production. The components include planting and shelving units, which are connected by pivotal joints. This enables
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15 January, 2018

Why (and How!) to Make Mascarpone at Home

Why (and How!) to Make Mascarpone at Home
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksMascarpone, that creamy, decadent cheese, is a staple element of tiramisu, where it sits firmly between layers of coffee-soaked ladyfingers and lends the dessert its characteristic creaminess. Otherwise, the spread moonlights in a variety of other tarts and cakes, and adds silk to an omelette. It’s no pantry staple, but when
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15 January, 2018

A Surprising Use for That Grapefruit You Have Sitting Around

A Surprising Use for That Grapefruit You Have Sitting Around
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksHave you heard? It’s citrus season. In the midst of winter, lemons, oranges, grapefruits, and limes bring unexpected—but well-received—moments of brightness. Well, it seems citrus isn’t here just to bring light to our plate and our palates, but to our sinks, our glassware, and our porcelain as well. Just today, I
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15 January, 2018

An Oyster Pan Roast That Tastes Like Sweet Home (in Washington, D.C.)

An Oyster Pan Roast That Tastes Like Sweet Home (in Washington, D.C.)
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks“If you want to know anything about a person, a culture, a family, you go to their home and eat at their dinner table,” says Chef Jerome Grant. Herein lies the grounding mission of Sweet Home Café, the restaurant he helms in the National Museum of African American History and Culture
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15 January, 2018

13 Recipes That Made Me Love Breakfast for Dinner

13 Recipes That Made Me Love Breakfast for Dinner
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAs a child, I was a fussy eater—not in a no-I-won’t-eat-those-green-beans kind of way, but a conservative rule abider. Some would’ve called me a snob. I once refused to eat a sandwich because, how could a real meal not be eaten with a fork and a knife? My parents didn’t know
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15 January, 2018

For the Speediest Meal, Give Stir-Fry A Try

For the Speediest Meal, Give Stir-Fry A Try
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIf you’re looking for a dinner that comes together in just minutes, pull out your wok. With just a little bit of oil and extremely high heat, a wok transforms all sorts of vegetables and proteins into versatile, creative stir-fried mains. Chinese cooks have used the quick-cooking technique for hundreds—if not
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12 January, 2018

Urban farm flourishes in former Akron tire plant

Urban farm flourishes in former Akron tire plant
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooksimage via: @AmaniAbraham, Twitter “Vegetables and flowers are not something you’d expect to see growing anywhere in Northeast Ohio right now – let alone inside an old tire plant in Akron. But that’s exactly what an Akron-based agricultural company is doing. Jacob Craine, Vincent Peterson and Mark Preston are the founders
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12 January, 2018

South African Bunny Chow: A Portable, Spicy Curry, All Snug in Bread

South African Bunny Chow: A Portable, Spicy Curry, All Snug in Bread
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThese days, if I say “bunny chow,” it’s not likely I’ll hear “rabbit” in response. Back in 2013, Chris Ying did a curry spread featuring the South African specialty for the now defunct Lucky Peach, and you can find a “bunny,” as Durbanites call it, on restaurant menus from San Francisco
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