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Food Reads: Thanksgiving Rolls + Foraging in NYC

Tara Condell

November 04, 2016


Ditch those dense store-bought rolls and use one of these recipes to sop up all your Thanksgiving sauces and gravy. [Serious Eats]

James Beard Award winner Marcus Samuelsson debuts his latest cookbook and gives us a guided tour through Harlem. [Saveur]

The old debate of the century: is fat our friend or foe? [NYT]

Yolk color, pH, and baking methods, oh my! The science behind eggs is anything but straightforward. [Lucky Peach]

The culinary world embraced the Aleppo pepper a long time before its native city was a political front page headline. [WaPo]

Starting your kitchen from scratch or looking for wedding registry ideas? Plant a few seeds in your head with this list. [Bon Appétit]

Chef Daniel Rose sets the date-night bar high by preparing a three-course meal for his wife while surrounded by his favorite paintings. [Grubstreet]

Is the concrete jungle turning into the foraging-friendly forest? New York City premieres its first floating garden over the Hudson River. [Mic]


Tara Condell, RDN is the media intern at the James Beard Foundation. Find her on Instagram and Twitter.