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Traditional Irish Recipes To Try This St. Patrick's Day

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Boris Fishman's 'Savage Feast' Is Part Memoir, Part Cookbook

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The key to making the quintessential biscuit of the American South, like these from Callie's Charleston Biscuits Bakery in Charleston, S.C., is more about technique than a specific flour, some bakers say. Brett Flashnick/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Fried bologna and eggs is one of the dishes included in The Cash And Carter Family Cookbook. Courtesy of Sara Broun hide caption

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You Can Eat Like Johnny Cash — Thanks To A Cookbook From Country Music's First Family

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Sorrel, a festive drink made by steeping hibiscus flowers, is the taste of the holidays throughout the Caribbean. It is also a close cousin to the African-American red drink, described as "liquid soul." Andrea Y. Henderson/NPR hide caption

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The cover of a 1933 cookbook, Crisco Recipes For The Jewish Housewife, produced by Crisco's parent company Procter & Gamble, to promote the vegetable-based oil to the new wave of Jewish immigrants. from The New York Public Library (public domain) hide caption

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How A Corporation Convinced American Jews To Reach For Crisco

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In a new segment, "Help, I'm Hosting," on this week's Weekend Edition with Lulu Garcia-Navarro on NPR, Ted Allen offers advice for people hosting family and friends over the holidays. Monica Schipper/Getty Images for NYCWFF hide caption

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'Help, I'm Hosting': Ted Allen Dishes On Vegetarian Thanksgiving, Cooking Wild Turkey

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Mama Stamberg's cranberry relish recipe. Ariel Zambelich & Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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Cranberry Relish: The NPR Recipe That Divides Thanksgiving Tables

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From 200 to 2017, Anita Lo ran New York City restaurant Annisa, which held a Michelin star for nine consecutive years. Julie Smith hide caption

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In 'Solo,' Chef Anita Lo Celebrates The Art Of Cooking For One

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Carla Hall has a new book that explores her heritage and attempts to bring soul food to a wider audience. She embarked on a long journey through the South to investigate and get inspiration, and the story is a deep look into her philosophy. Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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In Soul Food Cookbook, Chef Carla Hall Celebrates Black Culinary Heritage

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Chef David George Gordon shows biologist and host Haley Chamberlain Nelson how to prepare a tarantula meal on Bug Bites. The new five-part cooking show from Smithsonian Channel makes insects the star ingredient. Smithsonian Networks hide caption

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Jamila Aamer is the head chef at the Amal Women's Training Center. To date, she's trained more than 100 students. Rebecca Rosman/for NPR hide caption

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By Becoming Chefs, Stigmatized Women In Morocco Find Hope And Freedom

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Like other spring holidays, Sere Sal, the Yazidi new year, is about fertility and new life. An ancient Kurdish religious minority, the Yazidis color eggs for the holiday in honor of the colors that Tawus Melek, God's chief angel, is said to have spread throughout the new world. Nawaf Ashur hide caption

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