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Consider The Can: An Unlikely Twist On A Louisiana Dish

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Jackie Collins' Mob Princess Serves Up A Cookbook You Can't Refuse

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Bringing Back Freshness And Flair To The Easter Table

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"The egg is a lens through which to view the entire craft of cooking," says food writer Michael Ruhlman. Donna Turner Ruhlman hide caption

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Think You Know How To Cook Eggs? Chances Are You're Doing It Wrong

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Even one fluffy forkful of souffle is a worthy reward for making the effort. Kelly Gorham/Courtesy of Kelly Gorham Photography hide caption

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Americans, Just Get Over It And Make The Souffle

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Hall makes the hors d'oeuvres version of spanakopita. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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In Kitchens Around The World, Comfort Foods Bring Us Together

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Beware the siren's call of this chocolate delight: Ebinger's Blackout Cake is as arduous to make as it is delicious to taste. Jennifer Yin/Flickr hide caption

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Before You Bake Brooklyn's Legendary Cake, Heed A Warning

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