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Joe Yonan
Food/Dining editor, The Washington Post; author, "Eat Your Vegetables: Bold Recipes for the Single Cook."
Food/Dining editor, The Washington Post; author, "Eat Your Vegetables: Bold Recipes for the Single Cook."
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Hey New York folks -- snap up tix while you still can to this great panel on the amazing EDNA LEWIS I'm honored to be part of at the 92nd St. Y on Tuesday night, with Sara Franklin, Mashama Bailey and Nina Williams-Mbengue (Edna's niece). Should be a fascinating discussion! Please help spread the word!
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Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar came to my kitchen to show me how she makes her favorite holiday cookie of all time, named for her mother.
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You saw the video. You called Wal-Mart. Now there's nothing to do but take matters into your own hands, and make the #PattiPie  sweet potato pie at home. I dug up Patti LaBelle's own recipe. It's great!
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So pleased to be able to excerpt +Toni Tipton-Martin 's fantastic new book, "The Jemima Code." Take a read for a taste of this fascinating, important work.
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Hummus lovers, attention! Here's how to pay attention to the few key ingredients and make the BEST hummus ever. Seriously, I've never made one this good. +Maureen Abood shows the way!
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Beer geeks, here's one for you -- why some beers don't get better with time, some do, and how to choose. (And then how to do it, too.)
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Here's another lentil idea! The spices span Indian and Mexican, to wonderful effect.
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How many times have you heard DC food obsessives bristle when they hear somebody call us a "steakhouse town"? With all the creativity and energy on the scene now? And yet: Guess what keeps opening? +Tim Carman does a fantastic job exploring the question: Why?
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