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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What We're Reading: October 6, 2014

 

The Middle East's answer to peanut butter: a guide to tahini. [The Kitchn

 

The history behind Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray soda, a vegetable loner in a world of cola and lemon-lime. [Serious Eats

 

Pop-Tarts turns 50 this year, so here are a few facts to celebrate our favorite toast pastry. [HuffPo

 

The not-so-secret agenda behind Costco’s free samples. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 28, 2014

Ice

 

The ice diet sounds crazy, but could it actually make sense? [The Atlantic]   

 

Sabra asks FDA to standardize requirements for hummus recipe. [LAT

 

Despite Republican opposition, the First Lady continues fight for healthy school meals. [NPR]

 

As veterans overcome the challenges of transitioning into civilian life, culinary school helps one solider bridge the gap. [PRI

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Recipe Roundup: Mediterranean Mezze

 

On hot, sticky summer days, it's hard to feel motivated to put together a proper dinner when all we want to do is graze. So why not harness that snacking urge with a meal of Mediterranean mezze? Anchor the menu with a few of the following dishes, add a plate of olives and pickles and some warm pita for dipping, and dinner is served.

 

Cold Stuffed Grape Leaves

Claudia Roden's recipe for stuffed grape leaves from her 1972 classic, A Book of Middle Eastern Food, inspired this adaptation from James Beard.

 

Warm Sheep's Milk Feta with Apricot Tapenade

Make this sweet-and-salty appetizer now, while apricots are still in season.

 

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