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1 January, 2018

Add 3 Bottles to Your Pantry For Infinite Stir-Fries, Braises & Soups

Add 3 Bottles to Your Pantry For Infinite Stir-Fries, Braises & Soups
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksCome January, there’s a lot of talk about upending our pantries and tossing everything. But for an intensely savory and toasty sauce that’s also weeknight- (and budget-) friendly, you’ll want to keep—or (gasp!) buy—toasted sesame oil, light soy sauce, and rice or Shaoxing wine. Three bottles! That’s it. Oh, but add
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1 January, 2018

Eating the Cosmos: Your January Horoscope

Eating the Cosmos: Your January Horoscope
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksHello, and welcome to Eating the Cosmos, the food horoscope column where we chomp down the stars like our name is Ms. Pac-Man. This month, as every, I’ve got recommendations about what to eat based on when you were born and what that determines about you. In this edition, we’ve entered
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1 January, 2018

Recipe Contests Are Coming Back—Are You Ready?

Recipe Contests Are Coming Back—Are You Ready?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksNothing’s better than walking in the door after a long day and being greeted by a comforting aroma from the slow cooker, reminding you that dinner’s already taken care of. Well, unless it’s spending a cozy Saturday at home, tucking a pot into the oven and letting it bubble or braise
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1 January, 2018

17 Homemade Ingredients To Make Now & Enjoy All Year Long

17 Homemade Ingredients To Make Now & Enjoy All Year Long
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksSure, you can start kitchen projects any time of year. But there’s something about January 1st that makes from-scratch baking and cooking feel especially aspirational—and manageable. Maybe it’s the optimism of resolutions, the chilly weather that pushes us indoors, or just the extra time of a three-day weekend. You can envision
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30 December, 2017

This Stylish Table Is the “Next Generation” of Automated Urban Farming

This Stylish Table Is the “Next Generation” of Automated Urban Farming
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks One of the more promising urban-farm concepts is not in New York, Los Angeles, or any other major city. It’s in Charlottesville, Virginia, courtesy of one University of Virginia alum and a very small team of employees. Recent grad Alexander Olsen started Babylon Micro-Farms in 2016, as part of the
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30 December, 2017

Take a Peek Inside Our Freshly Painted Office

Take a Peek Inside Our Freshly Painted Office
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAt Food52, we take great care in how we decorate our space. That’s why we partnered with Farrow & Ball, renowned British makers of paints and wallpapers, to choose colors for our new office annex. There are a handful of factors that must be considered when you’re painting the walls in
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29 December, 2017

The 6-Ingredient Dinner That'll Get You Through the Post-Christmas Haze

The 6-Ingredient Dinner That'll Get You Through the Post-Christmas Haze
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksFor more on how to master meal planning, check out A New Way to Dinner, a playbook for stressless weeknight dinners. Get your copy here. In the season of excessive, over-the-top, through-the-roof, multi-tiered, multi-cheesed, multi-boozed everything, a dinner of simply-cooked chickpeas and Brussels sprouts can feel ho-hum—austere, even. But its plainness
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29 December, 2017

Loosened Restrictions Could Bring More Urban Farms

Loosened Restrictions Could Bring More Urban Farms
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks -Chattanooga city officials recently approved an ordinance that makes it easier for residents to establish urban farms within city limits.- “From the front, D.B. Reisen’s home looks no different than any other lining Davidson Road. Step out back, however, and you’ll find a dozen chickens clustered in a shed, 15
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