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Twice Cooked: Cooking, Eating, Politics
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A blog about food and brewing, sometimes photography, and always -- always -- politics.
A blog about food and brewing, sometimes photography, and always -- always -- politics.

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New at Twice Cooked | Home, Relocated. On moving. With pictures of the new house.
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New at Twice Cooked | Pickling Without Pasteur, June 2015 Edition. In Philly June 13? Sign up for my Mt. Airy Learning Tree workshop. I want to see all of you, elbow deep in cabbage and brine!
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New at Twice Cooked | Tuna-Celeriac Fish Cakes. Ever wondered what to do with celeriac?  Tired of remoulade salads all the time?  Try this!
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New at Twice Cooked | Biscuit-Topped Pork Pot Pie. In which I muse on Eumaeus the swineherd, and suggest a hearty everyday recipe that's perfect to assuage your late-winter root vegetable build-up problem.
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New at Twice Cooked | Gluten-Free Quiche with Potato Crust.  Filled with mushroom and scallion.  Perfect for brunch or dinner.  Palatable to wheat-eating folks, even as it won't make our celiac friends ill.
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New at Twice Cooked | Keurig 2.0's DRM Broken With a Piece of Tape.  Wasteful coffee dispenser's digital lock can be foiled with foil and a piece of tape. Read all about it.
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New at Twice Cooked | Curried Sweet Potato Pancakes.  If you're like me, by this point in the winter, you're looking for something new to do with all those root vegetables. Try this!
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New at Twice Cooked | MLK Day of Action, Resistance, and Empowerment.  Photos from today's march in Center City.  This may be the biggest, best organized, most focused political event I've been to in Philadelphia.
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New at Twice Cooked | Kkakdugi Kimchi (or, Kimchi Made From Big Honking Radishes). They're spicy, sweet, complex, and savory. And if I had to make a list of desert-island foods, this would almost certainly be on it.
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New at Twice Cooked | Black Eyed Peas, Vegetarian Style. In which I wish you all a belated happy New Year, make some tentative resolutions, and make one drop-dead delicious suggestion for better vegetarian legumes.
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