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19 January, 2018

Out of Vanilla Extract? This Substitute is Probably in Your Kitchen

Out of Vanilla Extract? This Substitute is Probably in Your Kitchen
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksBy now, you’ve probably been told once or twice to make your own vanilla extract. (One of those times may or may not have been by us.) Recipes tell you how easy-breezy it is to DIY—buy vanilla beans, split down the center, stuff in a jar, drown in booze (most people
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19 January, 2018

You Know French Onion Soup—But Do You Know Its (Less Fussy) Tuscan Mother?

You Know French Onion Soup—But Do You Know Its (Less Fussy) Tuscan Mother?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAsk a Florentine and they will tell you that onion soup is Tuscan, not French. The Tuscan version, known as carabaccia (pronounced kar-a-ba-cha), is documented in Renaissance recipe books—usually a soup of sliced onions stewed in vegetable broth, thickened with ground almonds, spiced with cinnamon—and it is assumed that the Florentine
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19 January, 2018

A Surprisingly Simple Steamed Bun For Everyone (Vegans Included)

A Surprisingly Simple Steamed Bun For Everyone (Vegans Included)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEvery so often, we scour the site for cool recipes from our community that we then test, photograph, and feature. These pillowy, cloud-like steamed buns from user Cindy are bringing the dim sum classic to everyone, vegans included. (Bonus: they’re easier to make than you think!) For food indecisives and meal
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19 January, 2018

We Could Watch These Italian Nonnas Make Pasta All Day

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksEvery Thursday afternoon, Vicky Bennison gifts the internet when she uploads a video to her Youtube account Pasta Grannies. Each installment documents an Italian nonna, or grandma, rolling and kneading, pressing dough into familiar, and sometimes unfamiliar, shapes. They stretch out serpents of semolina for cutting into cavatelli or pleat squares
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19 January, 2018

Battle Bitterly Cold Winter With These Hot & Cozy Sips

Battle Bitterly Cold Winter With These Hot & Cozy Sips
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksAt the conclusion of a frosty commute, when my toes and fingers and ears are numb, I throw off my bulky jacket and immediately pop a large mug of water in the microwave (I’m too impatient to wait for a kettle to boil). I’m already halfway to my favorite way to
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18 January, 2018

Okay, So, You Put *What* in This Queso?

Okay, So, You Put *What* in This Queso?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhether you’re looking for a snack for kick-off, a new starter for your next tailgate, or a binge-worthy chip n’ dip fit for a Friday Night Lights marathon (real talk: that’s about the only football I actually watch), there’s one recipe that everyone (including Coach Taylor) will love: Butternut Squash Queso.
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18 January, 2018

Can Tea Make You More Creative? Science Says Yes

Can Tea Make You More Creative? Science Says Yes
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksI’m no stranger to the myriad of benefits that stem from drinking tea regularly. A steaming cup jolts me to life in the morning, or soothes me before bed; I use it to quell a harsh and hacking cough or warm me up after a particularly brusque winter day. But it
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18 January, 2018

Five Ways to Use Five-Spice

Five Ways to Use Five-Spice
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksChinese five-spice powder doesn’t include five spices. Or, at least, it doesn’t have to. And what those spices are—well, that’s up to you. Curious? Let’s scan the cookbook shelf to learn more: Joyce Chen Cook Book, Joyce Chen: “This is a group of spices which are ground together into a powder.
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18 January, 2018

A Quicker-Than-Quick Bread Way to Use Up Bananas

A Quicker-Than-Quick Bread Way to Use Up Bananas
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen there are bunches of browning bananas sitting in my fruit bowl, my first instinct is banana bread. Not a bad choice any day of the week, but sometimes I don’t have time to make a banana bread during the week. It’s easy enough to freeze old bananas and save them
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18 January, 2018

How Do You Make the Perfect Scrambled Eggs?

How Do You Make the Perfect Scrambled Eggs?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksScrambled eggs are like the learners permit of the kitchen. They require—at the least—just one ingredient and no more than a warm pan. But for all their apparent simplicity, preparing the perfect plate of scrambled eggs is actually an art in and of itself. Everyone swears by their own preferred method(s).
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