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    Animal Crossing’s 2.0 Update Adds Eye-Catching Food Recipes

    Screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku A year ago, Animal Crossing: New Horizons offered us the tantalizing opportunity to emulate something we couldn’t do in real life: go outside. Now, the new 2.0 update similarly allows some of us a vicarious experience we can’t attain IRL. Namely, you can now craft Instagram-worthy meals, even if you’re actually a cook who occasionally sets pasta on fire. (Don’t ask.) If you’ve downloaded the new Animal Crossing update today, you can head to Nook Stop to unlock the cooking mechanic, and then pick up more recipes at Nook’s Cranny. If you have the  

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    Jewish Teen Chef Announces Debut Kosher Cookbook With Comfort Food Recipes

    Eitan Bernath. Photo: Provided. Jewish teen chef, entrepreneur and viral TikTok star Eitan Bernath is now a cookbook author as well. The 19-year-old announced his debut cookbook, “Eitan Eats the World,” last week on social media. It features over 85 classic comfort foods recipes from around the world that Bernath said are approachable for everyday cooks. “It was one of the most meaningful and rewarding experiences of my life,” the New York resident told The Algemeiner about the project. “We spent over six months in the kitchen perfecting every recipe in the book. It gave me an opportunity to expand  

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    How a Librarian and a Food Historian Rediscovered the Recipes of Moorish Spain

    “Take large fine-tasting carrots, lightly scrape their skins, cut them in half lengthwise, and then split each half into two pieces.” For centuries, that’s as far as any cook could get when preparing “A dish [of carrots in sauce]” from Ibn Razīn al-Tujībī’s Fiḍālat al-Khiwān fī Ṭayyibāt al-Ṭaʿām wa-l-Alwān (Best of Delectable Foods and Dishes from al-Andalus and al-Maghrib), a cookbook composed in Tunis around 1260. The rest of the recipe (more on that later), together with dozens of others, disappeared sometime after the late 1600s. Most of the cookbook’s 475 recipes survived in copies. Yet that maddeningly incomplete carrot  

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    Street Food Of India: 5 Dilli-Style Chaat Recipes You Must Try

    Delhites have an everlasting love affair with food. You name a dish and we can easily find it in this wonderful capital. However, there is one thing that Delhi is known for exclusively and that is for the array of street food! You can find street food of all regions of the country here – momos from the North East, dhoklas from Gujarat, vada pav from Maharashtra and idli-sambhar from South India! But there are certain street foods from Delhi that brings a smile to the local foodies. If you have been to Delhi and haven’t tried out these dishes,  

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    Recipes using faux meat that will convert the carnivore in your life

    In my life, I’ve conducted two “vegan journeys,” as I like to call them. I wanted to test the waters of my own willpower and see if I could commit to a meat-free life. When cooking for myself at home, I found the task easy: roasted vegetables, umami-rich sauces, lots of nuts and seeds and toast … lots of toast. But it was when I would try to have dinner out that I understood why most people find it hard to commit to a vegan diet. Just try being the one person who orders a group of sides when everyone  

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    5 Maharashtrian Non-Vegetarian Recipes To Tantalise Your Tastebuds

    Maharashtra is a land of delectable food items. You haven’t fully explored the place unless you have dived into the rich flavours of its cuisine. And, if you are among those, who never tried out some spicy Kolhapuri fish or the popular Bombay duck, then you are missing out on quite a lot of Maharashtrian culture. The non-vegetarian cuisine of this region is simple to cook. But the homely vibes make it a unique gastronomic affair. Just to make things a bit simpler, we have curated a list of five Maharashtrian non-vegetarian recipes that will help you put together a  

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    Trisha Yearwood on family recipes and the power of love

    Trisha Yearwood is someone who needs no introduction. In addition to being a three-time Grammy Award winner, she’s also an Emmy Award winner for her beloved cooking show. The 17th season of “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” is now airing on Food Network. Yearwood’s latest project is “Trisha’s Kitchen,” a brand-new cookbook of 125 comfort food recipes that includes family stories and photographs. When I found out that I’d have the honor of interviewing her, I was ready. As a student of her music, I felt as though I’d secretly been prepping my whole life.  I have such  

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    Melktart and bunny chow: Yotam Ottolenghi’s South African recipes | Food

    The best thing about working in food – equal to, not after the food itself – is the people. Anyone who works in restaurants knows that you have the whole world around the stove. The food brings the people, and the people, in turn, bring their food. One such person in the Ottolenghi world is our executive chef Calvin Von Niebel, whose talent has no bounds and who loves to share his knowledge and skills with anyone who asks. Today’s dishes were created by Calvin, inspired by the food he grew up eating in Durban, South Africa. Luckily  

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    MIO has recipes for fall

    Editor’s Note: The Made in Oklahoma Coalition’s Natalie Mikles has recipes aimed squarely at fall bounty and the flavors. Here she writes about trendy sheet pan pasta for the whole clan, and sweets to reward them with for clean plates as well as a corn dish that could dish that could sneak its way onto Thanksgiving buffets. The Made in Oklahoma Coalition is welcoming fall like a breath of fresh air. We’re welcoming falling leaves, cool nights and great meals shared with friends and family using our favorite products made right here in Oklahoma. The secret to great food begins  

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    Kid-Friendly Weeknight Recipes – The New York Times

    The other day, my younger daughter, who is not quite 2, was given a piece of homemade blueberry pie. She screamed in agony. How dare someone offer her pie! As of now, my children are both picky and mercurial about food, a terrible combination. This is very annoying, and very common: One of the questions I get asked most often through this newsletter is what to feed kids who won’t eat anything. (Another one: what to pack for school lunches. A tedious and eternal struggle.) I consulted Jessica Grose, who writes the excellent NYT Parenting newsletter (and who said she  

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