The "Beet Me in St. Louis" cocktail uses two infusions: €” beet-infused gin and tarragon-infused honey. Courtesy of Adam Larkey Photography hide caption

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Beets At The Root Of This Honey And Tarragon Cocktail
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For NPR producer Melissa Gray, nothing says summer more than a cold glass of limeade. booleansplit/via Flickr hide caption

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What's Your Favorite Taste Of Summer?
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Experts Percolate on How To Brew Coffee
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A kitchen renovation revealed some unusual items Laurel Ruma had picked up while traveling: chickpea flour, harissa and chia seeds. Laurel Ruma hide caption

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Unpacking Foreign Ingredients In A Massachusetts Kitchen
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Michael Pollan: You Are What You Cook
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How To Dip Without Breaking The Chip
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A few years ago, Pati Jinich had never heard of Piggy Cookies. But after numerous recipe requests and a chance encounter with the treats in her home country, they've become a family favorite. Courtesy of Penny De Los Santos hide caption

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This Little Piggy Cookie Is A Sweet Mexican Find
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Jay Bentley's technique for Cast Iron Roasted Half Chicken involves cooking a whole chicken between two very hot and heavy pans. Courtesy of Lynn Donaldson hide caption

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Prepare To Get Hot And Heavy With This Chicken Recipe
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Nigella Lawson is a British food writer and one of Morning Edition's go-to cooking experts. Hugo Burnand/Hilsinger Mendelson East hide caption

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Nigella Lawson Helps Listener Cook Her Eclectic Cupboard
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