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26 October, 2015

Roast Duck with Ruby Port and Figs

Roast Duck with Ruby Port and Figs
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksRich, fatty duck gets a double dose of sweetness from port wine and jammy figs. 2 cups ruby port 1 cup red wine 3 tbsp. whole black peppercorns 2 shallots, thinly sliced 1 bunch thyme 8 duck breasts Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 tbsp. unsalted butter 1 lb.
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26 October, 2015

How Andrew Carmellini Does a Fall Dinner Party

How Andrew Carmellini Does a Fall Dinner Party
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks Summertime cooking and its effortless tomato salads are all well and good, but fall is when we hunker down and cook. Now’s the time to break out the Dutch ovens and casseroles, to blitz our salads with cheese and brown our butter for, well, everything. And with fall cooking comes
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23 October, 2015

There’s No Better Ice Cream Sandwich Than an It’s-It

There’s No Better Ice Cream Sandwich Than an It’s-It
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks To bite into an IT’S-IT ice cream sandwich is to evoke the faintest ghost of a lost San Francisco landmark—to remember the old ways in which people used to play, in a city that has transformed itself over and over again. Invented in 1928 by George Whitney, an owner of
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23 October, 2015

Who Actually Invented Marshmallow Creme?

Who Actually Invented Marshmallow Creme?
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksToday, Durkee-Mower’s “Fluff” dominates the market—but competition was stiff in the beginning. Take 10 brown-paper bagged lunches from any New England grammar school cafeteria, dump out their contents, and you’re bound to find at least one fluffernutter. For the uninitiated, a fluffernutter is a simple sandwich made by slathering peanut butter
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22 October, 2015

Soak Plums in Brandy for Dessert Tonight

Soak Plums in Brandy for Dessert Tonight
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Soul & Southern Food Cookbooks To me, cooler temperatures means one thing: dark liquor season. And while I love a good whiskey, Calvados and Armagnac are my favorites; they mimic the warming fall fruits that seem to be bubbling out of everyone’s baking dishes this time of year. But before the apples and pears take
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