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What Are Some of the Best Ways to Use Black Truffle Salt? Good Questions

2012_06_28-TruffleSalt.jpgQ: I received this jar of black truffle finishing salt for Christmas. What foods or dishes are good to add it to? Suggestions please!

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The Spiral Cut: The Most Delicious Way To Eat a Hot Dog CHOW

2012_07-02-SpiralHotDogsedited.jpgPlanning a low key burgers and dogs menu for this year's 4th of July BBQ? Take a look at this simple tip that will take your hot dogs to the next level! A little prep work will turn your dogs into spiral condiment-grabbing and conversation-hogging BBQ stars. More


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They Will Bloom Resurrected in the Kitchen Weekend Meditation

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XXXIV
(You are the daughter of the sea)
by Pablo Neruda

You are the daughter of the sea, oregano's first cousin.
Swimmer, your body is pure as the water;
cook, your blood is quick as the soil.
Everything you do is full of flowers, rich with the earth.

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Smooth, Chunky, Creamy, Sweet: The New York Times Talks Cold Soups

2011_04_22-peasoup2Ed.jpgFor much of the country, summer has arrived with a pretty toasty kick. The kind of kick that makes you want to turn off the oven indefinitely and live on greens, cold noodles salads, and gazpacho. Thankfully, a few weeks ago, The New York Times ran a story on cold soups that will come in handy next time you're seeking a little lunchtime inspiration on a hot summer day. More


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Recipe: Caramel Banana Cake Recipes from The Kitchn

2012_06_28-CaramelBananaCake.jpgThere's a story in my family about the first time my mother made my father banana cake. They had been married for a few years, but this was the first time she had whipped out this moist, multi-layered cake. My father took a few bites in silence, then looked up at my mom, wide-eyed. "Have you always known how to make this?" More


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Recipe: Spicy Korean Cucumber Salad Recipes from The Kitchn

2012_06_29-oimuchim1.jpgDo you enjoy eating spicy food in hot weather? I love the refreshing combination of cool cucumbers and hot chile peppers, as in the case of Korean oi muchim. This quick and easy salad makes a great potluck dish, or a fiery alternative to kosher dill or bread and butter pickles alongside sandwiches. And, of course, it's excellent alongside Korean BBQ (meat or tofu). More


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