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Cooking with Dimes

Cooking with Dimes

We visit the Chinatown apartment of Sabrina de Sousa to chat with her and her co-founder Alissa Wagner about their resturant, Dimes.  

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Tasting Rome

Tasting Rome

On the occasion of her cookbook debut, Tasting Rome, photographer, editor, and advocate for the U.N. World Food Program, Kristina Gill shares a recipe, her process, and the best place to grab spicy Chicken in Nashville.

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Drink This: Soda

Drink This: Soda

Soda, Pop, Cola – whatever you call it, the bubbly sweetness has gotten a reputation for being a bit too predictable. We get a lesson on proper soda technique from the man behind Roaring Pines.

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Drink This: One Block Street

Drink This: One Block Street

So you’ve finished the last pickle in the jar, truly a culinary travesty of the top order. We suggest easing the pain with a cocktail that makes use of all that left over briney goodness.

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Idle Hands Bakery

Idle Hands Bakery

Our friend Jay finally picked up and did what we always said we would – so we joined him in his new bakery to learn a bit more about the gluten arts.

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Eat This: Vichyssoise

Eat This: Vichyssoise

Culinary historians argue about whether vichyssoise (say vee-shee-swahz) is an American or a French invention. Whatever the case, it’s a simple hot weather staple you should know how to make.

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Edible Beauty: Nasturtium

Edible Beauty: Nasturtium

Alas, the yearly May-June scramble for foraged ramps has finally tapered off. Luckily, there’s not much of a wait for the next hot-ticket ingredient, as the July heat brings with it the blossoms of another beloved culinary pleasure: nasturtium. A member of the Brassicaceae (cabbage) family, edible nasturtium is one of a genus of seven […]

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Recipe: Mulberry Sarma

Recipe: Mulberry Sarma

With its delightfully eclectic blend of meats, vegetables, and earthen spices, Turkish cooking combines the wonderful flavors of Middle Eastern, Asian, and Mediterranean cooking. One of the many staples of this cuisine are the stuffed and wrapped dishes, known as dolmas or sarmas. In Turkey, sarma consists of leaves (generally grape, cabbage, or chard) rolled […]

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Recipe: Derby Day Mint Julep Ice Cream

Recipe: Derby Day Mint Julep Ice Cream

Mint Juleps are a classic cocktail steeped in tradition in the South. Originally they were a breakfast item, which was thought to aide in protecting against malaria. In modern day they are better known as the Kentucky Derby’s most celebrated cocktail. With Derby Day coming up this week we wanted to share a recipe for […]

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How To: Make Burrata

How To: Make Burrata

With one heavenly bite of burrata (meaning “buttery” in Italian), your perception of cheese is irreversibly altered. This ultra-creamy cousin of traditional mozzarella cheese is considered a rare delicacy, yet relatively easy to make at home. This week, we’re teaching you how to make this Puglian import in the comfort of your own kitchen and […]

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