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Elana Karp

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First Helpings: Mushroom And Sage Stuffing Taste Testers

Elana Karp | August 31, 2012 | Taste
My stuffing recipe, a variation of my Grandma's classic, has the perfect texture -- mushy on the inside and crunchy on the top -- and each bite has all the flavors of Thanksgiving.
Jennifer Segal

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Pumpkin Bread

Jennifer Segal | August 31, 2012 | Taste
I've created and shared many recipes over the years, but if there's one that stands out as special, it would have to be this pumpkin bread.
Erin and Courtney Henderson

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The Beaujolais Has Arrived

Erin and Courtney Henderson | January 17, 2012 | Canada Living
This is a fun time to be a wine drinker in France. For that matter, if you're a wine lover who doesn't take yourself too seriously, then it's a fun time to be a wine drinker here, too, because the third Thursday of November is the release day for Beaujolais Nouveau.
Small Kitchen College

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Classic With A Twist: Peanut Butter and Roasted Strawberries

Small Kitchen College | January 15, 2012 | College
Way back when we had our Brown Bag Challenge, many of you tweeted about your favorite BYO-lunch: the classic peanut butter and jelly.
Liquor.com

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Favorite Fall Cocktail Ingredients

Liquor.com | January 11, 2012 | Food
From apples and pears to pomegranate and even pumpkin, here are some of our favorite fall ingredients and an array of recipes featuring each one. Enjoy!
Food52

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7 Hot Boozy Drinks for Cold-Weather Sipping

Food52 | January 11, 2012 | Food
The holidays are right around the corner, and it's getting pretty cold out there. It's time to whip out the hot drinks.
Eli Lehrer

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Why D.C. Doesn't Have Much Home Cooking

Eli Lehrer | January 8, 2012 | DC
If you want fancy or exotic food, the D.C. area has it. The city and its surrounding suburbs offer at least a half-dozen good choices for high-end Italian, several Michelin-starred French chefs, dozens of Southern-influenced New American joints, and (Sorry, R.J. Cooper, it is the best name for...
Big Girls, Small Kitchen

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11 Super Quick Daylight Savings Dinners

Big Girls, Small Kitchen | January 8, 2012 | Food
It's more than a little disorienting to find yourself out on the street in front of your office building at 5:45 PM, the sky dark as midnight, and you absolutely starving for dinner.
Marcus Samuelsson

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11 Delicious Coconut Recipes

Marcus Samuelsson | January 8, 2012 | Food
Aside from its healthy fat content, coconut can also help boost the immune system, promote weight loss, and provide vitamins and minerals.
Kerry Saretsky

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Franglais: French Purple Potato Salad

Kerry Saretsky | August 31, 2012 | Taste
French potato salad is a bit different. It's mustard- and vinaigrette-based, rather than built on mayo, and usually involves a little bacon.
The Splendid Table

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What To Do With Fall Vegetables

The Splendid Table | January 4, 2012 | Food
Don't give up on roasting because summer is over. Each season has bargains. For instance, right now the low price tags are on carrots, onions, the cabbage family, beets. rutabagas, turnips and greens.
Laura Kumin

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Stone Soup Takes the Chill Off

Laura Kumin | January 2, 2012 | Food
There is nothing better to warm the body -- and the soul -- than delicious, steaming soup. The genius of this soup is that you can vary it depending on your tastes and what you can muster in the way of vegetables.
The Sweet Beet

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The Wheat That Is Not a Wheat

The Sweet Beet | January 2, 2012 | Food
If you're going gluten-free or simply looking to cut back on gluten, rice and potato flour can get a little dull -- enter buckwheat.
Food52

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6 Drinks for After Trick-or-Treating

Food52 | December 31, 2011 | Food
The wig is off, along with the face-paint. The costume is put away. The "ding-dong" of the doorbell is waning. The candy is plentiful. It's time for a drink. Here are six drinks for post-trick-or-treating sipping: ones to soothe your stomach, ones to warm...
Big Girls, Small Kitchen

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The 8 Best Treats for a Grown-Up Halloween

Big Girls, Small Kitchen | December 28, 2011 | Food
When you're a kid, you have to search outside your home for candy. If you were anything like Phoebe or me, your pantry wasn't exactly bursting at the seams with fruit roll-ups and Pepperidge Farm goldfish and other elementary-school goodies. Halloween was the moment to go out and stuff yourself...
Kalle Bergman

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A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebof with Soft Onions

Kalle Bergman | December 28, 2011 | Food
The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one.
Liquor.com

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Have a Spirited Halloween

Liquor.com | December 28, 2011 | Food
Keeping in the spirit of the holiday, here are some suggestions for making your celebration festive and delicious. Consider it our treat to you. Happy Halloween!
Heather Taylor

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Chef Speak: Sara Johannes of WP24

Heather Taylor | December 27, 2011 | Los Angeles
We sat down with WP24's Executive Chef Sara Johannes to discuss her culinary influences, her first impressions of LA and where to find the city's best burger.
Organic Authority.com

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Possibly the Best Autumn Cocktail Ever

Organic Authority.com | December 25, 2011 | Food
While visiting a Russian vodka bar, I asked the bartendress to suggest a drink. She put a finger to her lip before replying, "Zubrówka," Polish bison grass vodka.
Eli Lehrer

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Molecular Gastronomy And The Potential Fall Of Fine Dining In D.C.

Eli Lehrer | October 26, 2011 | DC
Not everything about molecular gastronomy is bad. But, as a trend, molecular gastronomy threatens to detach "fine dining" from popular food culture. And that's not good for D.C.
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