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Ari LeVaux

Food critic Ari Levaux celebrates the unique properties of rice noodles and teaches you how to make a traditional Vietnamese dish, pho ap chao bo. Read more

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With bacon, potatoes, peppers and eggs, radishes can become a welcome splash of freshness. Read more

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Recipe for sprouted garlic in oyster sauce. Read more

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Learn how to cook asparagus for spargelzeit, the German celebration of spring. Read more

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Dandelion is at the far edge of the bitter spectrum, while rhubarb is at the extreme end of sour, yet they can go together in a salad. Read more

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A recipe for blended lemon curd bars; if a flavor could make you wish for sunglasses, this would be it. Read more

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Dolmas are an Iraqi recipe with stuffed grape leaves, rice, sweet peppers, cabbage, onions, zucchini, jalapeños and more. Read more

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A recipe for meatballs of Jewish and Mexican inspiration, to serve with chicken soup. Read more

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Eggs taste delicious in all forms, but the crepe omelet is an ideal way to eat eggs, be it sweet or savory. Read more

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Red dal is a warm, spicy Indian dish to fight off the cold. Read more

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Cabbage can be served raw, cooked or fermented, with a flavor that can range from sweet to spicy to pungent, and a texture that can be crunchy or tender. Read more

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Rice is served with nearly every meal in Colombia, usually prepared with oil and seasonings, pilaf style. Read more

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Where there are chile peppers, there are sauces made from chile. Read more

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Few methods of coping with winter are superior to sipping a grapefruit martini. Read more

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The utility rating of celery is a clear 100%, for every part of this all-year vegetable can be eaten. Read more

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The climate case against red meat is tough to dispute. But the human health case, on the other hand, looks tailored to support the climate case. Read more

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In the strongholds of posole, like Mexico and the American Southwest, the word is spoken with reverence. A sip of that broth brings comfort, warmth, hydration and a penetrating corny flavor. Read more

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A cabbage parmesan recipe for the cold winter months. Read more

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Today, almost all of the wild rice sold is paddy-grown and machine-harvested, mostly in California. To find the real wild stuff, you need to find a ricer who is willing to sell you some. Read more

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With a dish as simple as this Coriander Carrot Soup, even mild deviations can have a big impact on the final character, so there is no need to get fancy. Just get some coriander, and you will be fine. Read more

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Broth needs to be felt in your body. Your bones, as it were. For that, it needs a foundation of protein. Luckily for plant eaters, beans can do the job. They make a surprisingly good broth. Read more

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