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Friday Foodism: Shakshuka and the Braised Egg

The incredible edible egg. This versatile food can be cooked in so many ways. You can boil them, bake them, scramble and poach and fry them, but the list doesn’t end there. 60 more words

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Friday Foodism: At the Heart and Soul of Cooking

The same can be said for what mothers/grandmothers/aunts/sisters/nieces of the south and beyond believe to be true: A seasoned cast iron skillet is a thing of intrinsic beauty. 40 more words

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Today's Foodism: It's Gonna be a Wild Ride!

You know that rush you get when you ride a roller coaster? You white-knuckle clutch the handlebar in a death grip as you’re whipped frenetically about. 52 more words

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Today's Foodism: What America has to Offer

Cookery, the art of cooking, may truly mean all of these things. However, perhaps there is something missing here. With so many talented, cutting edge and innovative chefs and cooks right here on U.S. 19 more words

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Today's Foodism: This Is What It Feels Like To Be Swept Away By Food

I feel the same way when I eat a really good cheeseburger.

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Today's Foodism: I Gladly Embrace the Cook in Me

The logic of this is mind-numbingly simple. It really is what they do – chefs cook. Makes perfect sense to me, but then again, I don’t work in a restaurant kitchen (although I have been known to create a mean dish or two from my kitchen) and don’t have a hands-on grasp of the goings on and true pecking order that exists. 13 more words

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Today's Foodism: The Bad Food Blues

Bad food, like bad chefs, leave a bad taste in your mouth.

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