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Easy Hammy Soup

Here’s a simple Galician soup recipe that makes a great showcase for ham, or a delicious way to use up holiday leftovers, courtesy of coolbean98: ... READ MORE

Shackle Your Sherbet

After ingesting several Rachael Ray Show episodes this week, I came away with a few things. Surprisingly, indigestion wasn’t one of them. READ MORE

Bloggers Hit the Books

Julie Powell may have blazed the food blog-to-book trail when she signed a contract to write her memoir Julie & Julia, but the path is quickly becoming well tread as more and more bloggers are getting book contracts READ MORE

The Great Spinach Debate

As federal investigators narrow their search for the source of the deadly E. coli–tainted spinach, bloggers begin to dig more deeply into the question of whether—and where—to get your greens. READ MORE

Q&A

King of Chaat

A Q&A with the reigning gol gappas vendor of Delhi. READ MORE

The New Kitchen Staples

The New Kitchen Staples

Your pantry is bare unless these 10 items sit on its shelves. They've achieved post-food-fad status. READ MORE

Hello Mr. (Fish and) Chips

Some angry parents in Great Britain think that school lunch healthy makeovers have gone too far, so they’re delivering junk food to their kids’ schools. READ MORE

Spinach Solution: Eat Grass?

Author, entrepreneur, and farm-to-table provocateur Nina Planck has a solution to the E. coli outbreak devastating the spinach industry: Eat grass. READ MORE

Party Planner: New York’s Best Middle Eastern Takeout

Spreads, breads, and other bites from the Middle East are perfect for feeding hungry guests. Party central, for hounds in the know, is the Bay Ridge standout Tanoreen. “Really amazing, home cooked-style Middle Eastern food. The cook makes even the basics READ MORE

Tomato, Tomato, Tomato – and Haute Cuisine S’mores

SoupNoodles thinks Zin is underrated. And great. Their take on the all-but-compulsory heirloom tomato salad is called “Tomato, tomato, tomato.” It consists of two thick, seasoned slices of tomato–one deep red and one yellow–topped with a salad of fr READ MORE