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Hong Kong is the latest addition to #literarycityguides  A beautiful city, and perfect for book lovers! 
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New Post! On tomatoes, Pablo Neruda, and why cooking is a lot like yoga. http://eatthispoem.com/blog/2013/8/30/ode-to-tomatoes-by-pablo-neruda-pomodori-al-forno-plus-more-tomato-recipes
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[NEW POST!] A simple poem celebrating tomatoes calls for a simple recipe. http://eatthispoem.com/blog/2013/8/10/gustatory-by-marie-murray-bruschetta
My husband took a year of Italian in college, and at one point during the semester his professor recommended a local restaurant where students could both practice their skills and enjoy an authentic meal. This restaurant was part-deli, part Italian grocery, and part trattoria, and it was here that we began ordering appetizers at every meal. Very specifically, for the next two years I would order bruschetta whenever it graced a menu. It ...
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New post! Clam risotto, and a poem that explores the art of cooking and writing. http://eatthispoem.com/blog/2013/6/25/the-art-of-hunger-by-sally-ashton-clam-risotto
I was a writer long before I started cooking, but the more I developed a passion for being in the kitchen, the more I noticed similarities between these two mediums, or art forms, to pull from the title of today's poem. At their core, cooking and writing both begin with ingredients. For cooking, rice, clams, stock. For writing, a character, a pen, an urge. Next, action is required. Rice is stirred, clams are steamed, stock is simmered. Words ar...
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If you're daydreaming about what to make on Friday night, check out my prosciutto and basil pizza. I'm guest posting over at the wonderful site, Life & Thyme.
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Turnips are content to remain out of the spotlight, but it's time we give them a little attention. http://www.eatthispoem.com/blog/turnip-root #eatthispoem  
You would think a turnip to be straightforward. After all, it's nothing more than a tuber, cream with a bright purple neck, peppery, bold, confident. Yet, we're put off. Very little in the way of turnip recipes feels inspired. We see them roasted, often with carrots or parsnips, the trio of roots tossed in oil and pushed to the side of our plate. I'm guilty of it myself. Even one of my favorite food writers, Nigel Slater, had a slow ...
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A new literary city guide was launched today! Come learn about the best bookstores and coffee shops in Denver. http://eatthispoem.com/blog/2013/8/23/literary-city-guide-denver
</city-guides/denver> [kelsey takes on denver] kelsey takes on denver </city-guides/denver> Stop by <http://www.eatthispoem.com/city-guides/denver> to find out Kelsey's favorite places to read, write, and eat a good meal. Just in time for Labor Day weekend, a fresh literary city guide has been cooked up by one of my favorite people around. Kelsey Brown <http://www.happyolks.com> of Happyolks may have moved to Denver just over ...
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I recently chatted with Lindsey from The Next Course on the topics of blogging, cooking, and writing. Check out my interview here: http://next-course.com/2013/08/22/chatting-with-nicole-of-eat-this-poem/
If you don't know Nicole Gulotta, of both Eat this Poem and The Giving Table, you should! She is an incredible inspiration to me--someone who is pursuing both her creative and philanthropic interes...
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Get to know Nicole Gulotta, the blogger behind Eat This Poem, a literary food blog. Find out her favorite book, what she loves to cook and why she blogs.
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Did you catch last week's Nectarine Panzanella? It's a perfect summer salad! http://eatthispoem.com/blog/2013/6/10/the-last-bookstore
Living with Poetry is an occasional series where we explore how poetry infuses our everyday lives. Catch up with past features here. Interested in sharing your own story about how poetry inspires you (in the kitchen or otherwise)? Contact me . The second floor of The Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles is named "The Labyrinth," and for good reason. It houses 100,000 used books, all on sale for $1. Although a barga...
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RBS Letter 15 went out this morning! What Charles Dickens, Jane Hirshfield, and the New York Times can teach us about writing desks.
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