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J. Kenji López-Alt Teaches Wok Mastery

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In his newest cookbook, 'The Wok: Recipes and Techniques,' food columnist J. Kenji López-Alt shares the benefits of this versatile kitchen tool.
J. Kenji López-Alt Teaches Wok Mastery

Inside Julia's Kitchen

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Connecting the Dots of Barbecue, in 'Black Smoke'

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In 'Black Smoke,' author and soul food scholar Adrian Miller follows – and proves – the African American roots of barbecue.
Connecting the Dots of Barbecue, in 'Black Smoke'

A Taste of the Past

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'Ripe Figs,' Celebrating Food Without Borders

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Food writer Yasmin Khan's 'Ripe Figs' draws from stories of migration, travel and identity to explore the food of the eastern Mediterranean.
'Ripe Figs,' Celebrating Food Without Borders

Speaking Broadly

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Cooking From a Continent, in 'The Latin American Cookbook'

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In his ambitious new book, 'The Latin American Cookbook,' chef Virgilio Martinez gathers more than 600 recipes from across the continent, focusing on foods that are frequently overlooked – like potatoes.
Cooking From a Continent, in 'The Latin American Cookbook'

All in the Industry ®️

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Dan Saladino: How Globalization Actually Limits Our Food Choices

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Dan Saladino, author of 'Eating to Extinction,' on how our food system isn't as diverse as it seems, and what we lose in the quest to globalize and industrialize the food world. Plus, the wild apple forests of Kazahkstan.
Dan Saladino: How Globalization Actually Limits Our Food Choices

Dyed Green

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'Foodheim,' Where Food and Comedy Unite

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In 'Foodheim,' offbeat comedian Eric Wareheim explores his passion for food and wine, for non-millionaire home chefs.
'Foodheim,' Where Food and Comedy Unite

Snacky Tunes

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Building an Agriculture-Friendly City in 'Urban Farmers'

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In 'Urban Farmers,' journalist Mónica R. Goya and photographer Valery Rizzo explore what farming looks like today in cities around the world.
Building an Agriculture-Friendly City in 'Urban Farmers'

Fields

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