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You Won't Throw Tomatoes At These Recipes

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Cooking Everything? Bittman Gets Back To 'Basics'

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A Northeastern Bakewell Pie (left) and Western Chocolate Raisin Pie cool on author Adrienne Kane's Connecticut kitchen counter. Adrienne Kane hide caption

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A Pie For All Regions: Serving Up The American Slice

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