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One of Cipe Pineles' many illustrated recipes in the newly published cookbook, Leave Me Alone With the Recipes: The Life, Art & Cookbook of Cipe Pineles. Courtesy of Carol Burtin Fripp hide caption

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A trip to Ann Arbor, Mich., wouldn't be complete without a visit to Zingerman's. A new cookbook shares some no-nonsense recipes that seem like they're just an oven-preheat away from appearing warm and fresh in your kitchen. Brittany Greeson/Getty Images hide caption

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Archivist Amy McDonald invited some co-workers to help her re-create cherries jubilee from a university cookbook. But even with a historical paper trail, there were still things they couldn't figure out, like what to do after it starts flaming. Jerry Young/Getty Images hide caption

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The Amana Radarange was born of a happy accident caused by an engineer who was working for the defense contractor Raytheon in the 1940s. Courtesy of The Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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3, 2, 1 ... Beeeep! Your Microwave's 50th Anniversary Is Ready

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Summer Potluck Dishes To Withstand The Heat And Please Crowds

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Joan Nathan, the author of 11 cookbooks, has sought out local Jewish food traditions as she's traveled the world. Beck Harlan/NPR hide caption

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A World Of Flavors In A Single Dish: How Jewish Food Spread Across The Globe

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Drinking was a big part of life in Colonial America. It also required some experimentation and creativity on the part of colonists looking to create cocktails with new and unfamiliar ingredients. Reverend Michael Alan /Courtesy of Abrams Image hide caption

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Pastry chef Aggie Chin shares her recipes for a dinner party dessert, a citrus pavlova cake, and festive drink of pink champagne and a dollop of grapefruit sorbet. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Desserts To Help Ring In The New Year

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Pastry chef Aggie Chin is based in Washington, D.C. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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NPR Taste Test: Upside Down Cake To Turn Your Holiday Party All The Way Up

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Pastries made by chef Aggie Chin. Victoria Milko/Courtesy of Aggie Chin hide caption

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NPR Taste Test: Pastries To Sweeten Your Holiday Party

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Dorie Greenspan's coffee cardamom cookies have freshly ground espresso in the dough. Davide Luciano /Courtesy of Dorie Greenspan hide caption

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Not For You, Cindy Lou! These Tasty Holiday Treats Are For Grown-Ups

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