'Princess Pamela's Soul Food Cookbook' Comes Back After Falling Out Of Print

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D.C. chef Freddie Bitsoie shows off a sunchoke, a key ingredient in his signature clam soup, to NPR's Ailsa Chang and producer Ian Stewart. Jessica Smith/NPR hide caption

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To Appeal To A Modern Palate, Native Chef Gives Tradition A Little Twist

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The original recipe, which Susan still has on hand. Susan Stamberg/NPR hide caption

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Behold: Susan Stamberg's Special Recipe For Caviar Pie

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Pastry chef Aggie Chin shares her recipes for a dinner party dessert, a citrus pavlova cake, and festive drink of pink champagne and a dollop of grapefruit sorbet. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Desserts To Help Ring In The New Year

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Cocktail Ideas To Put The Holiday Spirit Into Your Spirits

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The Traditional Food Debate Rages On: Latkes Or Hamantaschen?

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NPR Holiday Leftovers Presents: Lulu Garcia-Navarro's Monteria

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Jews commemorate Hanukkah by eating fried foods. For most American Jews, that means latkes — potato pancakes fried in oil. But other cultures toss different foods into pots of boiling oil. Take, for example, these fried and jam-filled doughnuts, called sufganiyot in Hebrew, on display at a bakery in Kadima in central Israel. David Silverman/Getty Images hide caption

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The Snow Angels, Ice Skating, Cookie Dough & Snuggles cocktail is served in a Santa Claus mug at Miracle on Seventh Street, a pop-up holiday cocktail bar in Washington, D.C. The cocktail contains butter-washed vodka, coffee liqueur, creme de cacao, hazelnut liqueur, half-and-half and salt. It's served with a little ball of egg-free cookie dough as garnish. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Christmas Cookie Cocktails: Nice, Naughty Drinks For (21+) Boys And Girls

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