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Fried Sesame Balls With Sweet Red Bean Filling Recipe

These traditional sesame balls are filled with sweet red bean paste and rolled in sesame seeds.  While the treat can be found in Chinese bakeries and dim-sum restaurants year-round, it’s considered particularly auspicious to serve them at home in celebration of the Lunar New Year. Round foods symbolize not only the moon, but also the …

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Mooncakes & Milk Bread Author Kristina Cho Celebrates Chinese-Style Baking

Growing up in Cleveland, Kristina Cho spent all year looking forward to the rare and special occasions when her family would pile into the car to make the drive to cities like Chicago and Toronto. The highlight of every trip was getting to visit a Chinese bakeshop, its glass cases housing all varieties of buns, …

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Rye’s Red Chili Recipe | Saveur

This robust chili is inspired by one served during wintertime at Rye KC in Leawood, Kansas. If you like, crumble cornbread on top or serve it on the side. This recipe first appeared in our August/September 2013 Heartland issue with the story Mom and Populist. Find this recipe in our cookbook: SAVEUR: Soups and Stews. …

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Hudson Valley’s Bread Alone Bakery Minimizes Carbon Footprint with Renovated Facility

An Upstate New York bakery is taking a big step toward a smaller carbon footprint. Bread Alone, a nearly 40-year-old bread maker in Hudson Valley, has spent four years renovating its Boiceville facility where the business was originally founded. That site will soon reopen in January as a 100 percent net zero energy operation, powered …

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Summer Panzanella Recipe Bread and Tomato Salad)

Toasty, day-old country bread gets a second act in this sweet and garlicky Italian salad. Panzanella embodied the “waste not, need not” lifestyle of Tuscan villagers and originally featured onions before the 20th century. Nowadays, sweet, ripe summer tomatoes take center stage. The simple ingredients of this dish benefit from finding peak-season produce. Serve alongside …

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Bell Pepper Recipes to Ring in the End of Summer

Dear bell pepper. You sweet charmer, thank you for not trying to actively hurt us.  The milder cousin of the capsicum genus, the bell pepper is heftier and far milder than than most of its fiery cousins—but it’s hardly short on flavor. Red, green, and yellow versions of this colorful breed adorn conventional supermarket produce sections …

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Hand Pies Recipe Filled with Sour Cherries

These hand pies are an easy and portable way to showcase seasonal sour cherries. Rye flour lends a nutty complexity to the tender butter pie crust while cherry cocktail bitters, rich balsamic vinegar, and whole vanilla bean provide additional layers of fragrance and depth. Punch out circles of dough using a 6-inch aluminum pie tin …

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Beef Dolma With Apricots and Tamarind Recipe

In the Syrian Jewish kitchen, this Middle Eastern basic gets a sweet-and-sour spin with the addition of brown sugar and dried apricots—a pleasant, tart foil to the rich and meaty filling. In the warmer months, try to find fresh, young grape leaves, which are more tender and flavorful than the jarred types. Out of season, …

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