Best Food Reading for 03/18/2016

Naan (Indian Leavened Flatbread) Recipe | SAVEUR “Unlike some other staple Indian breads, which are unleavened and crafted from durum wheat flour, or atta, fluffy naan is made with all-purpose flour and yeast. Traditionally, the dough is slapped against the chimney wall of a clay tandoor oven and baked over…

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Best Food Reading for 02/08/2016

How to Make Buttermilk Ranch in a Jar “My homemade dressing doesn’t try to emulate store-bought versions, because if that’s what you’re craving, then only the original will do. Instead, I’ve come up with a tangy rendition, packed with herbs and with enough body to coat greens and vegetables without…

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Best Food Reading for 12/31/2015

Poutine Recipe | SAVEUR “The province’s gastronomic achievements may reach dizzying heights, but Quebec may forever be known as the place where poutine began. An unabashedly savory collage of french-fried potatoes, beef gravy, and squeaky-fresh cheese curds, poutine is perhaps the ultimate late-night snack. This recipes comes to us from…

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Best Food Reading for 12/11/2015

7 Showstopping Prime Rib Roasts to Make for Christmas | Food & Wine “A tender, juicy prime rib roast is the perfect Christmas dinner centerpiece. Not only will it be the most impressive (and delicious) thing on the table, but it’s also easy to make.” tags: f christmas prime Classic…

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Best Food Reading for 10/28/2015

The Fight for Authentic Barbecue – The New Yorker “Rocky Mount is within the eastern North Carolina sphere of influence, where barbecue means the whole hog, chopped, with a vinegar-based sauce that is flavored with pepper. To the west of the DMZ lies territory controlled by the forces of what…

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Best Food Reading for 10/20/2015

Recipe: Slow-Cooked Brisket and Onions — Slow Cooker Recipes from The Kitchn | The Kitchn “Brisket has some of the richest natural flavor of any cut of meat. It needs very little other than a good sear, which helps concentrate the flavor, and a small mountain of lightly caramelized onions…

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Best Food Reading for 10/16/2015

The Ultimate Guide to Soy Sauce | Epicurious.com “Light vs dark, naturally brewed vs chemically produced: here’s how to know which sauce to buy.” tags:f soy sauce Rosemary Chicken, Bacon and Potato Soup | Food & Wine “Potatoes and bacon make this hearty chicken soup extra satisfying.” tags:f rosemary chicken…

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Best Food Reading for 09/24/2015

The Truth About Cast Iron Pans: 7 Myths That Need To Go Away | Serious Eats “But there’s also a mysterious, myth-packed lore when it comes to cast iron pans. On the one hand there’s the folks who claim you’ve got to treat your cast iron cookware like a delicate…

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Best Food Reading for 08/17/2015

No Sugar Dry Barbecue Rub Recipe – Food.com “Gives a rich full American barbecue flavor. Rub it on whole or chicken pieces, pork, beef or fish. Low cost to make and stores well without refrigeration. We sometimes sprinkle on salads for a sparkling flavor.” tags: f barbecue sugar recipe dry…

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What I’m Reading on 10/14/2014

Hungarian Meatballs recipe on Food52.com “This recipe is a weekend project, best attempted with a friend. But believe us, after doing all the chopping and measuring, you will not be let down. Bogre’s meatballs defy gravity, and the spicy sauce pulses with paprika, rosemary and mushrooms. A few tips: mix…

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Daily links for 01/06/2011

Winter Conference “NOFA-NY members are a living tribute to the importance of diversity; from gardeners to farmers, from cut flowers to grass-raised beef, our membership includes commercial producers, homesteaders, backyard gardeners, food justice activists, eaters, and countless others. It’s as important in our movement as it is in our fields,…

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