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30 April, 2017

A Nutty, Just-Chewy-Enough Scone (That's Mostly Chocolate)

A Nutty, Just-Chewy-Enough Scone (That's Mostly Chocolate)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksScones don’t get the attention they deserve. Unlike their starring role in British bakeries, they’re a bit of an afterthought on this side of the Atlantic. We also seem to have gotten confused about what they are exactly, losing something in translation and turning the term “scone” into a catch-all for
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30 April, 2017

Watch Samin Nosrat's Technique For Restaurant-Quality Steak at Home

Watch Samin Nosrat's Technique For Restaurant-Quality Steak at Home
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksUnless you have a truly tricked-out kitchen, recreating restaurant food even if you have the exact recipe can be elusive, and that’s because restaurants have, among other things, crazy-hot stovetops (and, ahem, a band of professionals working their rears off). Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, Signed Copy Why You Should Ignore Your
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29 April, 2017

Can You Age Beer Like Wine? (Short Answer: Yes)

Can You Age Beer Like Wine? (Short Answer: Yes)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWe’ve all experienced it—that feeling when you’re cleaning out the fridge and find a few stray bottles of beer stuffed in the back, leftover from last month’s party or perhaps even last Christmas. Upon the discover, you ponder: Is it still drinkable? Should I pop one open? Don't touch those bottles!
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29 April, 2017

19 of Our Best, Brightest, Laziest Strawberry Desserts

19 of Our Best, Brightest, Laziest Strawberry Desserts
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWe thought you might want to take one (or two! or three!) of these little numbers for a spin this weekend. You know: Bring one to your neighbor; sneak one to the park and eat it under a tree; make one for “breakfast” on Sunday. Were we right? Fresh Strawberry Tart
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29 April, 2017

Straw Bale Gardening 101

Straw Bale Gardening 101
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks “Straw Bale Gardening provides many advantages over traditional soil gardening, some of which have already been alluded to: no weed seeds, no disease or insect carry over, and a neutral pH which allow you to grow essentially anything with roots. ” “The raised height of the bales is a big
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29 April, 2017

The Most Reliable Tool in the Kitchen is….You!

The Most Reliable Tool in the Kitchen is….You!
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksOne of my favorite illustrations in Samin Nosrat’s cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat is of an oven dial. (All of the illustrations are done by Wendy MacNaughton.) The temperatures have been scribbled out with a nearby Sharpie; only LOW and HIGH remain, along with the nearby scribble, “SAMIN WAS HERE.” The
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29 April, 2017

A Delicious Book of Food Photography Past & Present

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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks“It tastes good, but it’s not Instagrammable” is not a strange thing to say anymore. “Food porn” is another. We snort at photos of 70s dinner parties, but at the time, they were en vogue. Photo by Bobbi Lin How food looks, how it’s photographed, is closely part of eating and cooking
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28 April, 2017

SF Recommits to Urban Agriculture During Housing Crisis

SF Recommits to Urban Agriculture During Housing Crisis
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks “With the loss of the Little City Gardens commercial farm last year and a fast-paced development boom, San Francisco’s commitment to urban agriculture is being put to the test. But the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday recommitting The City to urban agriculture and calling on city departments
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28 April, 2017

A Silky Yogurt Curry, Perfect For When You're Sick (or Homesick)

A Silky Yogurt Curry, Perfect For When You're Sick (or Homesick)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksTwo Christmases ago, instead of roast duck, appams, mutton stew, and biryani, our table was laid with the simplest dinner imaginable: two bowls of watery kanji (rice gruel) garnished with mango pickle and papadam, plus a small serving of kachimoru, or spiced buttermilk, to elevate the humble meal. That was the
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28 April, 2017

Science Explains the Best Way to Crack Eggs

Science Explains the Best Way to Crack Eggs
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks“What’s the best way to crack an egg?” teases the headline of a Popular Science article published earlier this week. A fascinating question. The article doesn’t exactly contain earth-shattering revelations regarding the what: The most surefire way to crack an egg, as one may guess, is to do so right around
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