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Maison Kayser Opens in D.C., Just Steps From The White House

Maison Kayser Opens in D.C., Just Steps From The White House

Food The bakery chain is bringing some seriously great bread (and a machine called The Fermentolevain) to the capital Master Baker Eric Kayser has arrived in Washington, bringing artisan bread,
Preserving Tradition: Inside One of Appalachia's Last Communal Canneries

Preserving Tradition: Inside One of Appalachia's Last Communal Canneries

Food At Glade Hill Cannery in Virginia's Franklin County, a local community is working together to preserve more than just a way of life. At Glade Hill Cannery in Virginia's Franklin County, a
Apple Butter with Cinnamon and Cloves

Apple Butter with Cinnamon and Cloves

RecipesA low-and-slow apple butter recipe from Virginia's Glade Hill Cannery.
Our 9 Best Cocktails Served In A Mug

Our 9 Best Cocktails Served In A Mug

Food Because festive mugs aren't just for coffee and hot cocoa From warm, creamy eggnog to traditional Moscow mules, try our best cocktails served in a mug.
Try Making Our Gnocchi with Plated this March

Try Making Our Gnocchi with Plated this March

Food All the ingredients are included—all you need to add is your own glass of wine This month, we're partnering with Plated to bring you one of our favorite gnocchi dishes.
Seed Crackers with Lacto-Fermented Brine

Seed Crackers with Lacto-Fermented Brine

RecipesThe base of these flourless crackers is a mixture of whole and ground seeds, including flax and chia, which are bloomed and fused together using the brine from…
Base Brine for Fermented Vegetables

Base Brine for Fermented Vegetables

RecipesWet-brining with salt and water promotes the development of lactobacillus, a bacteria that works to break down sugars into lactic acid, a natural preservative, gently…
Fermented Carrot Borscht with Ginger and Turmeric

Fermented Carrot Borscht with Ginger and Turmeric

RecipesBorscht was traditionally a fermented soup, and this combination features fresh and fermented carrots and beets with warming spices, fresh ginger, and alliums.
Fermented Squash and Sesame Dip

Fermented Squash and Sesame Dip

RecipesAny fermented vegetable will work in this dip, which uses sesame seeds to help emulsify, and garlic, lemon juice, and spices to add a pleasant acid and heat.
Short Ribs with Fermented Pepper Harissa

Short Ribs with Fermented Pepper Harissa

RecipesTangy, fermented pepper paste makes up this harissa, which can be customized to be spicy or sweet. The short ribs are slow-cooked at a very low temperature until…
A Living Larder: The Joys of Fermentation

A Living Larder: The Joys of Fermentation

Food When Cortney Burns moved east from San Francisco to build a restaurant in the Massachusetts woods, she brought along the key building blocks of complex flavor: a pantry full of funky,

The Case for Eating Pig's Feet

Food The trotter is the final frontier of nose-to-tail eating. Pickled pig trotters look weird and taste delicious.
The Varied, Still-Evolving History of San Vicente’s Basket Tacos

The Varied, Still-Evolving History of San Vicente’s Basket Tacos

Food How did the most beloved street snack from one small Mexican village become the regional phenomenon they are today? In San Vicente, a small village outside of Mexico City, basket tacos, or
Sorpotel and Sannas: Remembering Christmas in Goa

Sorpotel and Sannas: Remembering Christmas in Goa

Travel Cookbook author and photographer Nik Sharma travels back to India to visit family and celebrate traditions through food Nik Sharma remembers some of his favorite Christmastime traditions
Red Ajika

Red Ajika

RecipesGeorgian ajika – a garlicky, salsa-like condiment – is best made with the ripest fresh vegetables available. Serve a bowl of the intense relish on the table with your…
Spicy Ribs (Tskhare Neknebi)

Spicy Ribs (Tskhare Neknebi)

RecipesThese savory Georgian ribs owe their flavor to a long soak in a garlicky, mayo-based marinade.