If someone asked for onions and green peppers fried into his hash browns, the crunchy grated spuds became "glorified." Amy Thielen shared a recipe for All Things Considered's Found Recipe series. Amy Thielen for NPR hide caption

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Hash Browns To Soothe Any Homesick Midwesterner

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At Diner en Blanc ("Dinner in White"), people arrive dressed all in white. They bring their own food and, fittingly,” white wine. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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This Elegant, Whimsical Pop-Up Dinner Party Had 4,000 Guests

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Sunny Anderson came up with the recipe when trying to find new flavor combinations for chicken wings. John Lee hide caption

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This Football Season, Grab Some PB&J And Spread Your Wings

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This Pork Loin Sandwich Starts With Happy Pigs

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Food Failures: Beer Home Brew

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At the Te'amim — or Tastes — cooking camp in Jerusalem, kids learn how to make kubbeh hamusta, a popular regional dumpling from Kurdistan. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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You Say 'Kubbeh,' I Say 'Kibbeh.' Let's Eat 'Em All Right Now

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Microwave pralines are easier to make than stovetop pralines, and just as tasty. Ed Anderson/Chronicle Books hide caption

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'Treme' Cookbook Captures The Flavor Of A Show And A City

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Drowning In Zucchini? 3 Recipes Can Help

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In Iraq, Laying Claim To The Kebab

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