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Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

Originally posted on https://www.lifewelllived.fitness/desserts-snacks/almond-flour-chocolate-chip-cookiesIt’s been a very full week of finishing up my all new Fall Meal Plan (launches August 30th!) and sending my... More>>

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Oat Milk: The Non-Dairy Milk of 2019

Originally posted on https://avotoasted.com/oat-milk-non-dairy-milk-of-2019/ Oats are one of nature’s superfoods. Cereal with a thousand and one uses, oats can be consumed raw, cooked or mixed with other foods for a... More>>

Dangerous Myths About Raw Oysters That Need to Be Shucked Video included

Raw oysters are a happy hour and summertime favorite for many. However, like any raw seafood, eating these salty molluscs comes with risks—and may be life-threatening for people with certain health conditions. More>>

Is It Safe to Eat? Here’s How Many Days Leftovers *Actually* Last in the Fridge Video included

We’ve all been there. You open up your fridge, aching for a snack, and you notice a takeout container from when you went to eat last weekend (or was it the weekend before?). Yum! My Kung Pao chicken! You crack it open and... More>>

To Oak or Not to Oak? How Oak Barrels Influence Wine

Originally posted on https://www.niagaravintagewinetours.com/how-oak-barrels-influence-wine/ Any visit to Niagara’s wine country isn’t complete without a tour of a working barrel cellar. The barrel cellar is one of the... More>>

Facts and Myths: What You Need to Know if You Want to Go Vegan

The internet sometimes makes fun of vegans, as does the media. But they’re truly heroes among us, at least when it comes to saving the earth (let alone the animals!) If each American went vegan for just one day a year,... More>>

17 Best Peruvian Foods You Have To Try

Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/peruvian-foods/17-best-peruvian-foods-you-have-to-try/ Did you know that the city of Lima in Peru is the culinary capital of South America? More>>

Monkey Bread Recipe

Originally posted on https://spaceshipsandlaserbeams.com/monkey-bread-recipe/ Have you ever had homemade monkey bread? It’s the best. Fresh from the oven, gooey, pull apart dough pieces baked with a buttery sugar-cinnamon... More>>

Top 10 Hawaiian Foods to Have at Your Hawaiian Themed Party

Originally posted on http://www.withouraloha.com/hawaiian-themed-party/Hawaiian food is unlike any other food in the world. If you’re throwing a Hawaiian themed party, having the best Hawaiian foods is a must. Here are the... More>>

Camp Chef Summit vs Everest

Originally posted on https://www.unhumid.com/camp-chef-summit-vs-everest/ Having a warm meal while you are out in the wilderness is a great way to bring some of the comforts of home with you. It can be nice to have a break... More>>

17 Delicious Argentine Food Dishes You Should Be Eating

Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/argentine-foods/argentine-food-dishes/ Whether you’re planning a trip to Argentina or trying a new Argentine restaurant down the street, you’re in for a treat.... More>>

Best Ceramic Muffin Pan

Originally posted on https://ceramiccookwarereview.com/best-ceramic-muffin-pan/ Lets take a look at perhaps the best ceramic muffin pans out there. More>>

9 Peruvian Desserts You’ll Die For

Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/peruvian-foods/peruvian-desserts/ “Dulce” means “sweet” in Spanish. And the Peruvians sure do have a sweet tooth! More>>

Finn’s – a (Sea)Foodie’s Delight

Originally posted on https://www.finnsvictoria.com/seafoodie-delight/ Seafood lovers know what they want—a wide selection of the freshest, tastiest, seafood possible. Whether you’re a local or visiting Victoria, British... More>>

A Complete History of Argentinian Empanadas

Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/argentine-foods/history-of-argentinian-empanadas/ Argentina is a cultural destination that will win you over through your stomach. Home to 45 million people and... More>>

What Are Colombian Arepas?

Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/colombian-food/what-are-colombian-arepas/ In the age of gluten-free and health-conscious eaters, we can learn a lot from our past. Some of the most delicious food... More>>

Sustenance Showdown: Plant-Based Diet vs. Vegan

Originally posted on: https://plantbasednomad.com/sustenance-showdown-plant-based-diet-vs-vegan/ Plant-based diet vs. vegan diet, what the heck? Vegan, plant-based, Mediterranean, paleo, there will always be some sort of... More>>

How to Choose the Best Corporate Catering Company in Toronto

Originally posted on https://www.smokinbonesbbqcatering.com/info/choose-best-corporate-catering-company-toronto How can you find the best corporate catering company that is suitable for your next event? Take some time to... More>>

The Best Restaurants for Business Lunch in London

Originally posted on https://www.capitalalist.com/best-restaurants-for-business-lunch-in-london/ London is home to exquisite restaurants typifying the stylish and modern flair of the city. With a backdrop of sophisticated... More>>

Aji Amarillo, Peru’s Perfect Yellow Pepper

Originally posted on: https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/peruvian-foods/aji-amarillo-perus-yellow-pepper/ The aji amarillo is a member of capsicum baccatum family and is grown throughout Peru. The literal translation of... More>>

21 Delicious Spanish Foods To Die For

Originally posted on: https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/spanish-foods/delicious-spanish-foods/ How many truly authentic Spanish dishes have you tried? No, sorry you can’t count Americanized Spanish restaurant foods.... More>>

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Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/brazilian-foods/how-to-cook-brazilian-picanha-steak/ When it comes to your culinary skills, you need to look into some great Brazilian foods that can enhance your... More>>

The Yerba Mate Ritual

Originally posted on https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/yerba-mate/yerba-mate-ritual/ When individuals get together to drink yerba mate something special happens. It’s a daily and unassuming event yet it represents a... More>>

Best Stand Mixer for Heavy Dough

Originally posted on: https://www.kitchentoolreviews.com/2016/10/22/best-stand-mixer-for-heavy-dough/ If you like to make heavy dough recipes for home or your small business, consider a few key factors when deciding the... More>>

Which KitchenAid Mixer Attachment to Use for Cake Batter

Originally posted on: https://www.kitchentoolreviews.com/2016/11/27/kitchenaid-mixer-attachment-cakes/ Most KitchenAid mixers come with 4 attachments: A flat beater, a wire whip, dough hook, and a burnished spiral... More>>

The Correct Way to Prepare and Eat Crab Legs

Originally posted on  https://www.crabdynasty.com/shopblogslistings.asp Have you shied away from buying or cooking crab legs because you don’t know how to prepare or eat them properly? Don’t worry, we’re... More>>

Peruvian Ceviche: Everything You Need to Know About Peru’s Main Raw Fish Dish

Originally posted on: https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/peruvian-foods/peruvian-ceviche-everything-you-need-to-know-about-perus-raw-fish-dish/ Have you ever had Japanese sashimi? Peruvian ceviche is kind of like that.... More>>

Trust the Spanish: Why You Should Eat Tapas Style Meals

Originally posted on: https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/spanish-foods/spanish-tapas-style-meals/ Have you ever gone to a restaurant and wanted to order everything on the menu? More>>

17 Best Colombian Food Dishes You Should Try Right Now

  If you are looking to enhance your knowledge and experience with cuisine from South America, you really should try the culinary delights from the country of Colombia. The best dishes in Colombia are not necessarily... More>>

Alfajores, Argentina’s Infamous Cookie

Originally posted on: https://blog.amigofoods.com/index.php/argentine-foods/alfajores-argentinas-infamous-cookie/ Alfajores are a traditional South American sandwich cookie. The alfajor consists of two shortbread cookies... More>>

Low-Carb Blueberry Muffins

Originally posted on: http://www.lowcarbsosimple.com/low-carb-blueberry-muffins/ Last summer, I promised you that at some point I’ll publish my extremely versatile basic muffin recipe. Well, now is the point This variation... More>>

How to Improve Store Bought Frosting

Originally posted on: https://www.asliceofheavencakesclassroom.com/improve-store-bought-frosting/ While I make cakes and frostings from scratch every week, I do it for a living.  There was a time that I worked in the... More>>

4-Ingredient Pumpkin Peanut Butter Fudge Brownies with 2-Ingredient Frosting

Originally posted on https://www.keto-vegan.com/recipes/4-ingredient-pumpkin-peanut-butter-fudge-brownies-2-ingredient-frosting/ These ultimate Pumpkin Peanut Butter Fudge Brownies not only taste delicious but they are also... More>>

What’s the Best Gluten Free Bread?

Originally posted on: https://threebakers.com/whats-the-best-gluten-free-bread/ For any sandwich lover newly diagnosed with celiac disease, a common concern is the fact that they must give up traditional bread that they’ve... More>>

7 Reasons Why You Need Your Own Outdoor Pizza Oven

Originally posted on: https://outdoorfirehq.com/blogs/news/7-reasons-why-you-need-your-own-outdoor-pizza-oven7 Reasons Why You Need Your Own Outdoor Pizza Oven If we’re being honest, we feel like it should be unnecessary... More>>

How Food Labels Influence Consumer Purchasing Decisions

While there have been mixed reviews about the regulation of food labels, for those selling food products, it’s mandatory to have the right design and information down. Your label will not only inform your customers,... More>>

What Is Binge Eating Disorder? How to Recognize the Signs and Symptoms

Originally posted on http://www.abc6.com/story/40045312/what-is-binge-eating-disorder-how-to-recognize-the-signs-and-symptoms   Over 2.8 million people have been diagnosed with binge eating disorder. This means it... More>>

Eating Disorder Prevention: 5 Ways to Promote Healthy Relationships With Food

Originally posted on http://www.cbs8.com/story/40071664/eating-disorder-prevention-5-ways-to-promote-healthy-relationships-with-food   Trying to prevent an eating disorder in your child? Looking for the best eating... More>>

Signs of an Eating Disorder: 6 Different Types of Disordered Eating

Originally posted on http://www.fox34.com/story/40088714/signs-of-an-eating-disorder-6-different-types-of-disordered-eating   Eating disorders are worryingly prevalent in the United States. Indeed, it’s thought... More>>

4 Effective Meal Planning Ideas for People with Eating Disorders

Originally posted on http://www.news9.com/story/40112783/4-effective-meal-planning-ideas-for-people-with-eating-disorders   Living with an eating disorder is hell on earth. Relationships with friends and family are... More>>

Fresh Recipe: How to Make Homemade Pasta

Originally posted on https://makebestpasta.com/fresh-recipe-make-homemade-pasta/   Have you ever wondered why so many restaurant chains over the years have used the word “fresh” in their advertisements?... More>>

Buyer’s Guide: How to Replace Nutribullet Parts

Want to be prepared in case something does go wrong with your Nutribullet? Read on for tips on choosing, buying, and replacing your Nutribullet parts. If you have a Nutribullet, you’ve probably become used to the... More>>

These 5 Heart-Healthy Swaps Are So Good, You Won’t Miss Cheese Video included

Cheese is one of the most popular foods in the United States. It tops burgers, adds creaminess to salads, and lends a salty tang that’s hard not to love. More>>

5 Tips for Starting a Food Truck That Will Hit the Ground Running

Are you interested in starting a food truck business? Running a successful one can be a rewarding and profitable experience. Especially if you love food! More>>

Weirdest Soups of All Time

Originally posted on https://soupmakerguide.co.uk/weirdest-soups-of-all-time/   Soup is one of the oldest dishes, dating back centuries. It is believed to be an easy dish that is easily digested. Not only that, we all... More>>

Genius Foods You Can Make in a Slow Cooker (That Aren’t Stew) Video included

Picture your ideal dining lifestyle. Maybe you see yourself meal prepping every Sunday so you have breakfast, lunch, and dinner ready to go all week. Or maybe you have your own personal chef to do it for you. Or maybe for... More>>

3 Easy Swaps to Lighten Up Your Eggnog Video included

Moderation is usually a good mantra for your everyday eating, but practicing moderation can be especially tricky during the holiday season. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, indulgent treats are basically handed to... More>>

10 Paleo Recipes Your Kids Will Love

Getting your kids to eat dinner can be very tricky at the best of times. Introducing dietary restrictions can only complicate that. However, our list of 10 paleo recipes your kids will love helps simplify things, ensuring... More>>

The island where sea turtles are still a delicacy

What happens when a culinary tradition becomes endangered?

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Cooking lessons from the Latvian countryside

These lessons include homemade sponge cake, bread croutons, and much more

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On the Greek island of Chios, one tree rules them all

This piney-tasting sap flavors everything from liquors to candy

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In the American South, an heirloom baking boom is underway

With a long history of experimenting with heirloom grains, the South is perfectly primed to be the country’s next baking hub, and this crop of bakers, millers, and farmers is going to prove it

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Meet the pioneering female cellar master who makes some of Spain's greatest Jamón Ibérico

Cristina Sánchez is the first woman to direct the cellars at Cinco Jotas, one of Spain's most-respected producers

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This summer seafood shack isn't your everyday Jersey Shore restaurant

Pro tip: Skip the crabs and go straight for the local catches

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How shabu-shabu connected me to my Japanese family

For one writer, this swishy dish transcends language

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August Cookbook Club double feature: Honey From a Weed and Fasting and Feasting

Kate Hill dives deep into the Mediterranean feasts and adventures of Patience Gray

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This chef is making Bhutan's best (and only) croissant

In Bhutan, the perfect croissant is a labor of love

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In Spain, trackable olives will help farmers to catch midnight thieves

Could these silicone decoys be the antidote to stolen harvests?

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Meals at this South African restaurant are foraged in the dunes of the Cape

Wolfgat, two hours north of Cape Town, takes an uncompromising approach

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This oyster farmer ditched his desk job for life on the water

The closest oysters to the city of New York are raised off the coast of Long Island

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On this Thai island, coconut goes into everything

And these islanders use nearly every part

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These disappearing mussels are grown in the shadow of a medieval floating castle

The sweeping tides of Mont St.-Michel are the ideal home for some of the world's finest bivalves

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What it's like to travel to Sardinia, Italy's most mysterious western island

As one local says, "This is still very much a wild place"

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A Scottish smoked fish tradition

The Arbroath smokie is a special treat from Scotland's east coast

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A plague of delicious purple urchins is taking over the California coast and its our duty to eat them

What do you do when a favored delicacy becomes an unchecked epidemic? We might have some ideas...

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Meet the food artist who turns fresh produce into pop culture icons

He makes everything from underwater tableaus to that famous Lady and the Tramp pasta scene, all out of food

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Why Honolulu's fish auction matters

America’s only fresh tuna auction ensures that local fishermen who prioritize sustainable fishery are getting paid their fair share

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This is 'nacho" regular weeknight dinner

No soggy chips or plastic cheese sauce here

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How the centuries-old Japanese tradition of “aged sushi” is evolving in America

The venerated Tokyo-style Edomae sushi—which is often cured before serving—is growing more popular in the U.S., but not all sushi masters are sticking to tradition

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Searching for heritage, history, and tradition in Spanish rice

It's spicy, vibrant, and so much more than just a pot of rice

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Korean hangover remedy coming soon to America

LA startup 82 Labs is bringing popular Korean cures to America

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How to cook (and eat) a whole pig's face

Chef Leah Cohen from Pig&Khao in New York City shows us how she makes her rendition of sizzling sisig, a traditional Filipino dish with a long history

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Seeking lunch and refuge at Manhattan's last Haitian cafe

Le Soleil, the only Haitian restaurant left in Manhattan proper, is a vestige of the neighborhood’s former Haitian population, and remains a home-away-from-home for Haitian-Americans in New York

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This mango soup is Zanzibar's lunchtime obsession

It’s colorful, slightly sour, and its main ingredient is a tart mango

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This Belgian sandwich is named after a machine gun

The Mitraillete is a gut-bomb worth seeking out

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Celebrating the humble, greasy, un-Instagram-able Hawaiian plate lunch

The plate lunch is more than just a takeout meal; it's a universally beloved, island-wide symbol of Hawaii's diverse culinary culture

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Olive oil fried potatoes with over easy eggs (Huevos estrellados)

The potatoes in this comforting Spanish dish should not be brown and crispy like French fries; they should be limp, creamy, and soft with only a slight crispness at the exterior.

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Spanish egg tortilla with potatoes and onions (tortilla Espanola)

This version of tortilla española, from Syklar in Madrid, is a popular lunch and dinner dish at the hole-in-the-wall restaurant in the city’s northern Chamberí district. 

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In Madrid, it's all about the egg

Behind the three dishes that define Madrid’s love affair with the humble huevo

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Maison Kayser opens in D.C., just steps from the White House

The bakery empire is bringing some seriously great bread (and a machine called The Fermentolevain) to the capital

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Sorpotel and Sannas: Remembering Christmas in Goa

Cookbook author and photographer Nik Sharma travels back to India to visit family and celebrate traditions through food

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Chicago is a city divided by barbecue

The South Side's smoked rib tips and hot links represent an indispensable regional barbecue style, but half the city doesn't know it exists. Why?

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There's no feta in Crete

Welcome to the land of lost cheeses, where a band of shepherds and farmers resist industrialization

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The world's most dangerous food quests

From fighting off killer whales to scaling giant palm trees, these are Saveur’s most harrowing food stories.

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Barley coffee: it's just as good as it sounds

Italians created imitation coffee from barley in response to World War II­­­–era rationing. Why are they still drinking it?

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The world's best cookbook is actually YouTube

It's home to a wealth of information on dishes from around the world — all in videos produced by amateur, enthusiastic cooks.

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The hand-forged Japanese gyuto to make any knife nerd swoon

Shosui Takeda's light-as-a-feather, impossibly sharp Japanese kitchen knives are the new objects of our affection

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The food videos that blew us away in 2017

Our favorite food videos this year ranged from a fermentation lesson in China to the annual religious pilgrimage of 4 million women in southern India

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You should serve these biscuits at your next cocktail party

Hand-held and infinitely customizable, the biscuits from Callie's Charleston Biscuits are the perfect all-day indulgence

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Give the gift of homemade wine vinegar to show your friends you care

The formula for vinegar is simple: You need an alcohol, you need oxygen, and you need the presence of bacteria

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Restaurant workers worry about employers' pocketing tips under new Trump administration proposal

The Department of Labor has signaled a change in tip regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act

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Cooking oil just helped power a flight from China to the U.S.

It's a major victory for cutting food waste through repurposed fuel

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In defense of the olive-drab, slow-cooked string bean

Generations of Francophillic chefs have made Americans terrified of overcooked vegetables, but we weren’t always so afraid

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Classic apple pie with all-butter crust

With a perfect balance of sweetness to acid and the flakiest-ever, all-butter crust, this pie makes an epic dessert as well as a next-day breakfast to look forward to.

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Easy, perfect roast turkey and gravy

No spatchcocking, no brining, no basting—this is the easiest, most satisfying way to prepare your bird

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Alaskan nursing home residents are fighting for the right to eat seal blubber

The comfort food of their childhood gets taken away due to nutritional restrictions

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The Ferrari of basil: how to pick the best ingredients for pesto

When it comes to pesto, you can never be too particular

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Thai blood soup and the authenticity trap

Adventurous foodie types saw the dish as a challenge, but the truth was something more complicated

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Genetically modified wheat could bring bread back to those with celiac disease

Scientists are testing out a gene-edited strain that gluten-intolerant people would be able to eat

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Why one of America's greatest pasta chefs is switching to fast food

After years of development, Mark Ladner's Pasta Flyer is aiming to become the Chipotle of noodles

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We're living in the golden age of American pasta

Peter Meehan on the world's second greatest pasta empire

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New York City students will finally get free school lunch

Forget the lunch money, folks. Starting today, all of New York City's 1.1 million public school students—75 percent of which are considered poor—are eligible for free school lunch.

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Trapped by Hurricane Harvey, these bakers made thousands of loaves of bread for those in need

Over the course of two days, bakers at Houston's El Bolillo used up over 4,200 pounds of flour for pan dulce

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Blink and you'll miss one of the south's best barbecue joints on a Florida highway

Welcome to Hawk’s Illustrated America, a monthly series following illustrator Hawk Krall’s journeys through the back roads of the U.S. in search of our country’s most obscure and delicious regional specialties.

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Why does Vietnam have a mid-day siesta? I blame the bun cha

The Hanoi specialty of fatty pork with noodles and a funky-sweet broth is best paired with an afternoon nap

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In Kerala, coconut sap gets a boozy kick

Inside the south Indian state's toddy shops, the local watering holes devoted to fermented palm sap and the Keralan love of all things coconut

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The best place to get a ribeye is at a cattle auction

The cafés attached to sale barns in Texas are cornerstones of the community—and great spots to grab a burger

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Where SAVEUR's editors traveled in June 2017

From softshells in the city to beer brats in the middle of nowhere: the Americana edition of our Field Notes

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Indian stir-fried roti (Baghari masala roti)

Yamini Joshi of the League of Kitchens doesn’t let her leftover roti go to waste. She fries it up with chiles, onions, and spices to make Baghari masala roti, a savory snack similar to Mexican chillaquiles, Jewish matzobrei, and Sri Lankan kothu roti.

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Scientists in Maine are fighting back against an invasive species - by eating it

European green crabs are devastating Maine's renowned clam beds. The solution? Create demand for some tasty crab empanadas

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Inside New York City's brilliant idea to transform food waste into clean energy

Remember to always recycle your paper, plastic, and….food?

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10 flavor-packed leaves from around the world to bring into your kitchen

Leaves: A lot to be desired, from sassafras to shiso

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A new refugee-run dinner series is helping immigrants in New York find their footing—and share their stories

The Displaced Dinner Sessions shows the human side of the world's politically charged refugee crisis

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The 5 best mezcals to make you fall in love with smoke

Tequila’s feistier, smokier sister spirit deserves your attention—here are the bottles that have ours

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Go make pie with jam while you're waiting for fresh fruit

Don't let out-of-season fruit get you down

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Vivian Howard on the role of American food in a divided America

What the small-town chef thinks the city mice and the country mice can learn from each other

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