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23 April, 2017

Delaware Volunteers Get their Hands Dirty on Earth Day

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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks “The trees had waited a whole year for this. First potted as seedlings last spring, hundreds of them on Saturday got shucked from their small homes and upgraded to roomier accommodations thanks to the efforts of some 25 volunteers celebrating Earth Day. The effort was only the next step, however, in
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23 April, 2017

Watch Samin Nosrat Make Rule-Breaking, Supremely-Flaky Biscuits

Watch Samin Nosrat Make Rule-Breaking, Supremely-Flaky Biscuits
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEvery cook has their own favorite biscuit—slightly sweet or fully savory, tender or flaky, butter or lard or both, rolled or kneaded, the variations as vast as they are furiously defended. But perhaps one things is consistent: the obsession—the necessity!—with keeping the dough cold. Why? It’s the same reason pie dough
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22 April, 2017

Diana Henry on How to Raise Adventurous Eaters (& The One Cookbook She Won't Write)

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThis week, members of our Cookbook Club submitted questions they wanted to ask Diana Henry, the author of this month’s featured book, Simple. She answered queries on everything from how to encourage kids to be adventurous eaters to why you won’t see a baking cookbook from her anytime soon. Read on
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22 April, 2017

Skip Butter in Baking (Samin Says, Sometimes)

Skip Butter in Baking (Samin Says, Sometimes)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksOccasionally, I am absolutely seized by an overwhelming, out-of-the-blue urge to make a chocolate cake—a real cake, with two layers and chocolate frosting like the one Bruce Bogtrotter eats in Matilda, and big plans to eat fat slices cold from the fridge (which is the best way to eat chocolate cake,
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22 April, 2017

Bodega Eggs: The Stupid-Easy Way to Make Eggs

Bodega Eggs: The Stupid-Easy Way to Make Eggs
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThere are those things we eat, make, read, and gush over that are just too good to keep to ourselves. Here, we resist the urge to use too many exclamation points and let you in on our latest crushes. Today: When it comes to breakfast sandwiches, we’re on Pete Wells’s team: There
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21 April, 2017

The Mistakes & Mishaps of Beginner Cooks (We're Guilty as Charged)

The Mistakes & Mishaps of Beginner Cooks (We're Guilty as Charged)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksNo one is born a good cook (though maybe you are the exception?) and this means that all good cooks have learned somehow, somewhere—be it in the kitchen, at culinary school, on the line at a restaurant, or by Mom’s hip. The corollary is that all good cooks have made (and
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21 April, 2017

The Saga of the $400 Juicer That Isn’t What It Seems

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksOn Wednesday, Ellen Huet and Olivia Zaleski of Bloomberg published a story debunking the myths peddled by a buzzy invention, straight from the fertile plains of Silicon Valley. Juicero Inc.’s particular fiction was that its $400 flagship product, Juicero, could take single-serving packets of powdered fruits and vegetables and strain them
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19 April, 2017

2 East Bay Companies Redefine Urban Farming

2 East Bay Companies Redefine Urban Farming
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks “One hundred miles, give or take, from farm to table, is the ideal maximum distance for produce to be considered local. But there are some companies that are greatly improving on that goal — instead of triple-digit mileage, they’re offering produce that’s grown within just a few miles. Even better, when there’s
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