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16 March, 2017

This Woman in China Might Have the Least Sad Desk Lunch in the World

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksMust an office desk lunch be sad? No; of course not. We’ve spent years debunking this fiction, traveling across the country showing companies far and near just how happy a desk lunch can be if done with love. Someone’s encroaching on our turf, though. She goes by “Little Ye,” and, as
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16 March, 2017

Your Late-Night, Bad-Day Alternative to Ordering Nachos at the Bar

Your Late-Night, Bad-Day Alternative to Ordering Nachos at the Bar
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksRecipes like this are for those nights when you get home from an extra-nasty long day at work and it’s late and you’re exhausted and you really don’t want to cook. You may be dreaming about the cozy bar on the corner where you can settle in with some nachos and
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16 March, 2017

A Pantry-Clearing, Belly-Warming Lentil and Chickpea Soup

A Pantry-Clearing, Belly-Warming Lentil and Chickpea Soup
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksTwo nights ago in preparation for the impending blizzard, my neighbor made a big pot of soup to share with friends. When she dropped it off, she told me it had become her favorite recipe for vegan lentil soup, noting, with a wink, that she always makes it with chicken stock.
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16 March, 2017

How to Make Any Type of Irish Soda Bread from Classic to Crazy

How to Make Any Type of Irish Soda Bread from Classic to Crazy
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksMy grandma says we’re mostly Irish when, in fact, we’re mostly German. She has a proclivity for Irish things: Namely her beloved Irish Wolfhound Eddie and her insistence about being addressed by her maiden name Conway (my sister named her dog Conway after my grandma), and Irish soda bread. Tucked away
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16 March, 2017

These 15 New Cookbooks are Crowd-Tested—and Approved

These 15 New Cookbooks are Crowd-Tested—and Approved
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksBelieve it or not, the 2017 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks is nearing a close—with My Two Souths up against Taste & Technique in the final, cutthroat showdown. Meanwhile, our community’s been having their own cookbook love fest, with reviews of 15 cookbooks they deemed worthy of an honorable mention—written by them!
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15 March, 2017

A Peek Inside the Ultimate Armchair Travel Cookbook

A Peek Inside the Ultimate Armchair Travel Cookbook
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen we tasked you with picking out your favorite cookbooks of last year (and 1,100 of you did, by voting for the year’s Piglet Community Picks cookbooks), you chose a comic book, a based-on-TV cookbook, and a coffee table book that also has recipes. So maybe it qualifies as a cookbook?
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15 March, 2017

Are You Affected by the Raw Milk Cheese Recall?

Are You Affected by the Raw Milk Cheese Recall?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksLast week, the CDC reported that artisanal cheese manufacturer Vulto Creamery would be recalling a number of its soft wash-rind raw milk cheeses in response to a multistate listeria outbreak. This has forced Vulto to remove seven of its varieties from stores: Andes, Blue Blais, Hamden, Heinennellie, Miranda, Ouleout (the original
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15 March, 2017

The Milky-Sweet Rice Pudding That Transports Me to Karachi

The Milky-Sweet Rice Pudding That Transports Me to Karachi
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksGrowing up in Karachi, a city that knows no autumn, where the blazing sun lights the sky relentlessly, few treats I longed for were warm. The one exception was my maternal grandmother’s, my Nani’s, “firni” rice pudding. I remember her compact airy kitchen well—always vividly scented with the astringency of cardamom
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