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23 March, 2017

This Is the Scientific Way to Cook Pasta. But Is It the Best?

This Is the Scientific Way to Cook Pasta. But Is It the Best?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhat’s the best way to cook pasta? Fascinating question. “Best,” as my colleague Sarah Jampel pointed out, is an increasingly meaningless label these days, especially as it’s bandied about by food media. The use of this term carries a gloss of objectivity, but it usually rings hollow. What’s the use of
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23 March, 2017

Meet Stephen Satterfield, Our Newest Writer in Residence

Meet Stephen Satterfield, Our Newest Writer in Residence
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksHi there. I’m Stephen Satterfield (or, as I say in my Instagram bio and must continually emphasize, “the other Stephen Satterfield, not of Miller Union/Root to Leaf fame). Pleasure to meet you. I’m here because Food52 has graciously offered their digital space for me to share with you a specially tailored
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23 March, 2017

A Home That Honors Black History in New Orleans: Before & "Almost-After"

A Home That Honors Black History in New Orleans: Before & "Almost-After"
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAdjacent to the statement couch (pink, velvet, and tufted) and just underneath a crystal chandelier are a pair of movie theater seats. They’re a faded shade of sunshine and they fold up demurely, a grounding element in an otherwise happy-swanky room. K.V. Harper, the owner and designer of this home, was
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23 March, 2017

This Casserole Shows Off What Bodega Ingredients Can Do

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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 Emily Farris on the now-shuttered bodega that helped initiate her into New Yorker-dom in
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22 March, 2017

How Much Water Does Cleaning Your Dishes Really Take?

How Much Water Does Cleaning Your Dishes Really Take?
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks“Always make sure the dishwasher is full before running it,” is one of those mom-isms that subconsciously runs through my head each time I’m in the kitchen. It goes hand-in-hand with Don’t stand directly in front of the microwave and A watched pot never boils. But how much water do you
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22 March, 2017

A Creamy Curry That's Mild on Heat But Not on Flavor

A Creamy Curry That's Mild on Heat But Not on Flavor
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThis Bangladeshi version of korma is adapted from my dear Bangladeshi friend, Lani Siddique. Bangladeshi-Style Creamy Chicken Korma with Crispy Shallots by onetribegourmet It closely adheres to the refined culinary traditions of the Mughal Empire of South Asia, with its warming spices like the mighty cardamom and cinnamon. It’s also reminiscent of
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22 March, 2017

Before You Fix Up Every Single Part of Your Home, Read This

Before You Fix Up Every Single Part of Your Home, Read This
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksJapanese cultural experiences—such as ikebana, tea ceremonies, Zen gardens, and Japanese pottery—always remind me that a non-decorative space can also have a meaningful design. I love a rustic look myself, and also take time to think about something called “wabi-sabi” aesthetics. Here’s what I mean: Photo by Mika Horie The image to
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22 March, 2017

The Ugly History of Chocolate, Told in Five Minutes

The Ugly History of Chocolate, Told in Five Minutes
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhere does our chocolate come from? Anthropology books have been written on the very subject of chocolate and its history. As research and scholarship around it intensifies, I suspect there will be many more to come. Still, the seedy labor practices undergirding chocolate production across the world don’t get enough coverage,
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22 March, 2017

Two Weeks' Worth of Genius 5ish-Ingredient Dinner Ideas

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIn January, I handed over Victoria Granof’s Pasta con Ceci, my most prized new five-ingredient, near-instant dinner. And in return, I asked for yours. It seemed to strike a chord, because dozens of thoughtful responses flooded the comments—many of you even tapped out what amounted to complete recipes. I immediately felt
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