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Wisdom Soaked in Palm Oil: Food & Flavors of Africa, a New Book Forthcoming
Joy to the World: A Look at the 9th Edition of “Joy of Cooking”
The Perfect Book for National Mushroom Day!
Cooking Like a Catalan, No Matter Where You Are
For Me, All Roads Lead to Spain
11 Years of Writing About Food and Culinary History – A Blog Anniversary!!!
Oh, it’s a Sailor’s Life for Me! Lobscouse and Dandyfunk
Being Ernest: On ” Writing One True Sentence”
In Ernest Hemingway’s Key West Kitchen
“To Fry Tomatoes”: Sarah Rutledge Mixes Up a Few New World Foods
Mulacolong, from Sarah Rutledge’s The Carolina Housewife:
A Day on the Border: Nogales, Mexico
Going to the Desert
Speaking of France …
Pollos de Carretero con Salsa de Pobres ( Chicken a la Carters, with Black Pepper Sauce)
Capouns In Councys, from The Forme of Cury (1390)
The Threads of Time, or, Who is that Woman in the Painting?
Lessons from “The Great British Bake Off”
Come to Dinner: A Meditation on Judy Chicago’s Art
Musings on the Road West
A Pinch of Alchemy: Samin Nosrat’s Salt Fat Acid Heat
Biscuits or Scones: British Origins of an American Favorite!
THE GOURMAND AWARDS
The Curry Guy
Surviving the Whiplashes of History and American Gun-Culture Violence
William Bartram and the Nature of Florida
Traces of Old Florida
Cooking with Hurricane Irma, Part III: A Tale of Guacamole
9 Years of Writing about History … A Celebration!
Tales of Alligator Flesh and Tails