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In the 1950s and 1960s, the food industry churned out a veritable buffet of newfangled food products with recipes to match, uniquely combining foods

Grilling takes effort. Lots of coal goes into building the fire; you wait for the coals to get hot; and the food cooks in

There's something incredibly comforting about a meal in a bowl. Noodle bowls -- ramen, soba, phô -- are familiar to most people these days,

I am a potato salad snob. It all dates to summers as a kid. Those lazy days when life was more casual, the rules 

You just can't escape a barbecue grill on the Fourth of  July. The holiday demands outdoor cooking followed by fireworks. And the curious thing

Black-eyed peas, also known as cowpeas or field peas, are a staple of many cultures around the world. Black-eyed peas have been cultivated in