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Our Favorite Chile Pepper Recipes for Every Spice Level

Right up until the Spanish and Portuguese arrived in the New World, peppers were tucked away in Latin America. Now chiles are grown throughout the world and the end of summer brings an explosion of different colors, types, and varieties to market. It’s a dream for the spice devotee. But as any lover will tell …

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The Ultimate Guide to the World’s Best Barbecue Recipes

In the States, we often think of barbecue as a Dixieland delicacy, but communal round-the-fire cooking is far older than the American South. Around the world, fire pits, smokers, and grills are fired up for an endless number of meat-centric dishes. Korean barbecue is an elaborate feast of thinly sliced, marinated meats and side dishes. …

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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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This Canadian Chef’s Coastal Cooking Perfectly Distills Late Summer Flavor

Fortune, Prince Edward Island, has long been a community of hard-working farmers, fisherfolk, and colourful artists nestled around Bay Fortune and the picturesque Fortune River near the eastern tip of the island. In the late 1800s the river was legendary for some of the very best sport fishing in North America. Word reached Broadway, which …

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21 Recipes to Curry Flavor and Win Appetites

When nothing but flavorful, saucy comfort food will do, the whole world turns to curry. Hearty, brothy, and elaborately spiced, the category frequently recalls the vibrant streets of India, but while the dish is certainly rooted in the culinary traditions of the Subcontinent, curry has, through a combination of trade, migration, and colonialism, become a …

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Our Best Tomato Recipes Are a Glorious Way to Celebrate the Summer

Don’t look twice. By the time you turn your head, the creaking trellis might collapse from the weight of plump, juicy tomatoes. Watching the savory fruit kaleidoscope on the vine as they ripen from green to yellow, purple, and red is a triumph for the home gardener. But tomatoes grow faster than kids; if you …

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The Best Eggplant Recipes from Around the Globe

Watching flowers grow and elongate into the humble eggplant is one of the greatest joys of gardening. The old world nightshade is technically a fruit, sharing its family with tomatoes, and peppers. However, in the kitchen, it behaves most confidently as a vegetable: a culinary powerhouse with a versatility to match the likes of potatoes. …

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The Pescatarian Asado: Reframing Argentina’s Native Bounty

In the Guaraní language, Paraná means “as big as the sea.” This river is one of the longest in the world extending from southern Brazil to Argentina’s Río de la Plata river basin. Along its 5000 kilometer route, The Paraná river supports innumerous ecosystems—land so lush and fertile that Spanish colonizers named the region La …

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