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5 May, 2017

Where to Buy Gallery-Level Art (Without Going Broke)

Where to Buy Gallery-Level Art (Without Going Broke)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksSo you’re about to start your first art collection—you’ve cleared the wall space in your dining room (prime art real estate, especially if you live in a tiny city apartment without a view). You’ve measured, marked, and even used your compass app as a level for the first time. It’s a
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5 May, 2017

Beans and Rice Go on Spring Break (& It's About to Get Craaazzzzy)

Beans and Rice Go on Spring Break (& It's About to Get Craaazzzzy)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEver since April turned to May (and, more specifically, since Gabrielle Hamilton published her recipe for avgolemono rice in the New York Times Magazine), the only thing I’ve wanted to eat is rice. But let me clarify: I’m not talking about hearty red beans and rice, or ultra-creamy, cheesed-up risotto. I’m
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5 May, 2017

The Grocery Store America Loves Most

The Grocery Store America Loves Most
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEarlier this week, Morning Consult Intelligence, a company that uses data to measure customer satisfaction, released the results of a report on America’s most beloved brands. These findings—gleaned from surveying 200,000 customers between January and April this year—assess net favorability in brands across various industries, from retail and e-commerce to entertainment
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5 May, 2017

I've Got 39 Mother's Day Gifts & a Bouquet Ain't One

I've Got 39 Mother's Day Gifts & a Bouquet Ain't One
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksHey hey, the 14th of May (otherwise known as Mother’s Day) is nigh! You might be planning breakfast in bed (or a phone call if you’re long distance), but if you’re looking to surprise her with a little something extra, we’ve got 39 ideas ahead. 1. A wreath that could double
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5 May, 2017

Scales Make Baking Easier, So Why Are They Not Embraced in the US?

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEver since my first book, The Baker’s Appendix, was published in late March, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the path I have taken as a home baker—particularly, a self-taught one. I did not grow up at the hem of an apron, nor did I attend culinary school. When
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4 May, 2017

How We're Working on Making Our Community Stronger

How We're Working on Making Our Community Stronger
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksLast fall, I wrote about wanting to make our community stronger. Community is what this site was built on, and even as Food52 has expanded (both our team and our focus), our commitment to you has never wavered. Our community has grown too, so while it was once very easy and
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4 May, 2017

Breakfast Brought to You By Fried Dough & Curried Chickpeas

Breakfast Brought to You By Fried Dough & Curried Chickpeas
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksDoubles are one of the iconic snacks from Trinidad, where my husband is from. In fact, they were invented in 1936 in Princes Town, Trinidad, quite close to my husband’s village in the South of Trinidad. Trinidadian Doubles (Curried Chickpea Flatbread Sandwiches) by Beautiful, Memorable Food Doubles are basically a snack-sized sandwich
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4 May, 2017

The Woman Who Changed the Way We Think About Indonesian Food

The Woman Who Changed the Way We Think About Indonesian Food
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks Illustration by Jenny Mörtsell “Remember, my beloved granddaughter,” Sri Owen’s grandmother cautioned her one morning in 1942. “When you grow up, don’t marry a foreigner.” Owen was seven years old, and her grandmother was referring to someone from an island other than their native one in West Sumatra. But she
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4 May, 2017

Unroll Your Tortillas for These Smoky, Repeat-Worthy Chicken Enchiladas

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIn my saved-but-never-made file of recipes, enchiladas of all varieties dominate. From black bean and sweet potato to chicken with salsa verde to Tex-Mex chile con carne, enchiladas never sound anything but completely appealing: tortillas fried and sauced, stuffed and rolled, slathered in cheese, showered with cilantro. If only their assembly
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