What We're Reading: March 31, 2015


Homemade ramen is achievable, and we’re not talking Cup of Noodles. [FWF


It may look like ginger, but galangal has a personality all of its own. [Food52


Learn about sorghum, the latest gluten-free grain trend. [Food Network


Got an overabundance of oregano? Freeze fresh herbs to store them for future use. [Serious Eats


Don’t rely on the sell-by date: use these tricks to see if your eggs are still fresh. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: November 18, 2014


Perfect Ben & Jerry’s pairings for your Thanksgiving pie à la mode. [HuffPo

A former Momofuku line cook reveals the larger lessons of Brussels sprouts prep. [MUNCHIES


Greeks are abandoning their traditional forms of coffee for hipper, trendier espresso. [NPR


Before she hit it big on SNL, Amy Poehler was just another actress waiting tables in Chicago and NYC. [Yahoo! Food


Johnny Appleseed’s real mission: to make more hard cider. [... Read more >

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JBF Wants to Know: Hard Cider or Pumpkin Beer?

When the leaves start to change, what's your autumnal happy-hour order? Do you stick by the perennial pumpkin, or have you joined the cider trend? Vote for your seasonal quaff below!


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What We're Reading: October 29


This new app tells you exactly what's in your food at the grocery store. [NYT]


Chefs and scientists join forces in Japan to create scientifically "perfect" flavor. [WP]


What you need to know about the upcoming GMO labeling votes in Colorado and Oregon. [HuffPost]


Brooklyn nabs Saveur's top spot for culinary destinations. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: October 20, 2014


A handy visual guide to fall apples for your ciders, sauces, and pies. [HuffPo


The “Hey Chef” series proves that curry powder isn’t just for vindaloo. [Serious Eats


There may be something besides pumpkin in that can of purée. [The Kitchn


Small batch, artisanal producers are changing the way we think about fake meat. [... Read more >

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Recipe Roundup: Turkey, Turkey, Turkey

Turkey recipes from the pros, curated by the James Beard Foundation


Whether you're interested in starting a new Thanksgiving tradition or just looking to break out of a family-recipe rut, there's no shortage of turkey tutorials to be found this time of year. And who better to trust than a true professional? Here are some of our favorite turkey recipes from industry bigwigs.


Sam Sifton's Simple Roast Turkey [Bon Appétit]

The New York Times editor's go-to Thanksgiving bird is glazed with a rosemary-infused teriyaki butter. Though it may seem like holiday heresy, Sifton swears this recipe will keep the hordes very happy.


Jacques Pépin's Steam-Powered Turkey [NYT]

According to Pépin, a short dip in a steam bath followed by a two-hour blast in a hot oven is... Read more >

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