Alan Richardson

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One of the lovely things about the mousse, according to Dorie Greenspan, is its versatility: It goes as well with maple syrup as with peanut brittle — or nothing at all. Mary Dodd/Courtesy of Dorie Greenspan hide caption

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Food writer Nancy Harmon Jenkins and her daughter Sara, together in Spain in 1966. Sara, like her mom, is now also a cookbook writer. Courtesy of Nancy Jenkins/ hide caption

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Grace Young's kitchen god altar Grace Young hide caption

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Chef and cookbook author Sara Jenkins. Carla Roley hide caption

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Cookbook author Dorie Greenspan wraps her baked goods in two layers of plastic wrap and festive polka-dotted tissue paper before shipping. Coburn Dukehart, NPR hide caption

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Part of the secret of capturing wok hay -- "the breath of a wok" -- is combining intense heat and the freshest ingredients. Charlie Mayer, NPR hide caption

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