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Can I Substitute Red Radishes for Daikon Radish? — Good Questions

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Q: Is it possible to substitute red radishes for daikon radish? I would like to make your recipe for kimchi and do not have access to daikon, but have a lovely bunch of red radishes.

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Yes, There Is a Difference Between a Buffet, Sideboard, Server, and Credenza

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Buffet, sideboard, server, credenza: Do you find yourself using these terms interchangeably? I sure do! After all, there's so much overlap between these furniture types that a piece's classification is often determined solely by its location in your home. Confusing, right? Oh, and have you heard of a huntboard? I hadn't either, at least until reading this helpful Houzz design article that breaks down the details of these terms.

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Straight From The Earth by Myra Goodman & Marea Goodman — New Cookbook

The Angle: Veggie-focused vegan meals from the folks at Earthbound Farm Organic.

Recipes for right now: Quinoa-Banana Skillet Bake; Mixed Chicory Salad with Avocado, Garlic Croutons, and Pine Nuts; Thai Coconut Soup; Teriyaki Tofu Broccolette on Wild Rice; Slow-Simmered Beans with Tuscan Kale on Bulgar; Cumin-Roasted Cauliflower and Carrots; Coconut, Almond, and Raspberry Jam Thumbprint Cookies

Who would enjoy this book? The newly vegan, the vegan-curious, the ever-vegans, and also people just interested in more meat-free meals.

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The Unusual Way I Make Tortillas (And Why Weeknight Tacos Always Win) — Liveblogging The Cooking Cure Spring 2014

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Day 18: Make a "stuff I like to eat" list.

My family moved to Europe when I was just six weeks old and we lived there, mostly in Vienna, Austria, until I was 14. My husband likes to joke that my bread obsession comes from growing up in a city where no weekend morning was complete without riding the city bus to pick up fresh-baked Semmeln and Schwarzbrot from the bakery down the street!

The bread was out of this world, true, but there were some cravings that couldn't be satisfied by Viennese grocery stores in the 1980s, like Mexican food. The details are hazy, but my mom tells me that at some point someone in their group of American expat friends came up with a recipe for homemade corn tortillas (which were really more like corn crêpes) and passed it along to my mom, who passed it to me when I went to college. To this day it remains the staple of my go-to weeknight meal, and my very favorite tortilla-ish recipe:

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7 Fresh Green Soups for Chilly Spring Days — Spring Recipes from The Kitchn

It's that time of year when you might get super excited about spring produce at the farmers market, but it's still a little too cold to say "no" to soup. These seven soups are the best of both world –– whether you're craving spring peas, leeks, spinach, or watercress. It's time to get cozy with all the green things you deserve right now.

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Our Readers Take The Cooking Cure: Here’s How Day 17 Went for Them — The Cooking Cure Spring 2014

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Yesterday for The Cooking Cure we asked our readers to take 5 minutes to think about their meals for the rest of the week. While Monday and Tuesday might be a breeze for meal plans, the rest of the week can be tough. The idea is to take 5 minutes now so you can eat better later.

We checked out the #cookingcure hashtag to see how The Cooking Cure is going for you — here are some highlights!

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