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The Memorial novelist talks about showing up, growing up, and morning-after omelets.
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The holiday cookie does not have to crumble on your watch.
It's great to have fruits, vegetables, and herbs at the ready but there's another reason you should grow plants inside this winter.
The Food & Wine kitchen team talks you through the recipes they're making for the holidays, and how to cope with a very different Thanksgiving table this year.
Food snobbery has no place at the table, especially at the holidays.
A few years back when my husband called his 90-something-year-old mother to get the recipe for this holiday favorite, she laughed and said no one ever had bothered to write it down. “You just make it!” she told him, but did eventually walk him through the method. The exact makeup of this Eastern Carolina dish varies from family to family, but in the Wagner kitchen, gooey cheese and a crisp potato chip topping is key, and if you’re worried that you’re cooking down the vegetables too much—you’re not. Gloriously caramelized mush is the goal and when done just right, this casserole can be filed under “looks like hell, tastes like heaven.” READ: Never Be Ashamed of Your Family's Casserole
You're not going to mess this up, I promise.
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The restaurateur, author, and TV star talks about Southernness, pride, pivots, and politics.
The Final Table star talks about kitchen intensity, belonging, and cooking for your mom.