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Don’t Skip the Crispy Carbs at Nancy Silverton’s Hollywood Steakhouse

I recently paid a visit to Nancy Silverton’s newest project, the Barish, an Italian-inspired steakhouse on the ground floor of L.A.’s historic Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. The building is situated on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and North Orange Drive, on the well-hoofed Walk of Fame. Built in 1927, it was the site of the original …

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Our New Newsletter Is Here To Satisfy All Your Long-Form Feature Cravings

Dear Reader, If you’ve been craving stories you can sink your teeth into, you’re in luck. Today, we’re kicking off a weekly newsletter dedicated to our features: With Relish.  In-depth reporting and captivating storytelling have always been the perfect accompaniment to our recipes content. For a taste of what’s to come, look no further than …

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Once a Coastal Carolina Staple, Mullet Roe Is Making Waves Again with Local Chefs

The first fish roe I ever encountered was on my grandad’s breakfast plate, one sunny North Carolina morning, mixed up with scrambled eggs, alongside a mug of black coffee. I’d most likely spent the night at my grandparents’ house, so all was exotic anyway, but my grandmother gently brushed my curiosity aside. “You know, Pa-paw …

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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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Familiar Flavors Offer Refugees a Taste of Home in Northwest Arkansas

Food is more than what’s on the plate. This is Equal Portions, a series by editor-at-large Shane Mitchell, investigating bigger issues and activism in the food world, and how a few good eggs are working to make it better for everyone. “Our African families require a different kind of pot than our Syrian or Afghan …

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From Chutney to Curries, This Beguiling Fruit Has Enlivened Indian Dishes For Millennia

In the beginning, there was tamarind. Originally carried to the subcontinent from Africa by traders, its name alone is emblematic of its deep roots in India—drawn from tamar-i-hind (“the fruit of India”) and so-called by early Arab traders possibly “because of the brown fruit that resembled dates,” write Harini Nagendra and Seema Mundoli in their …

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This Plant-Based Ice Cream Shop Is Channeling Taiwanese Flavors

Dan dan noodles, pineapple cake, and black sesame are staple flavors in Taiwanese cuisine. This winter, in observance of Lunar New Year, all three are taking on new identities as ice cream at Dear Bella Creamery, a plant-based ice cream shop in Los Angeles. Taiwanese-American co-founders Alice Cherng and Belinda Wei, who are long-time vegans, …

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