Sharmaine Lovegrove

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Chicken Fricassee: A Caribbean-Inspired, Hassle-Free Dinner

<i>Sunday Dinners comes to us from our own chef/photojournalist/farmer/father figure Tom Hirschfeld, featuring his stunning photography and Indiana farmhouse family meals.</i><p><i>Today: It's Tom's turn to add his own recipe to the vast collection of fricassees. Tom's is suited to his schedule, just as spicy</i> …

Fresh-made soba needs little more than some dashi and a splash of soy sauce to be the perfect meal - that nutty aroma of the buckwheat, the perfect chewiness of the noodles, the way they slip perfectly around a chopstick...so good. GET THE RECIPE: How to Make Buckwheat Soba Noodles from Scratch; http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-soba-noodles-from-scratch-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-191038

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There's a Malbec for Everyone

So you love malbec. That's fantastic -- so do we. But how do you choose the right malbec for you? Every province in Argentina makes wine, and most of them make malbec. The country extends so far from north to south that it has every kind of terroir you can imagine, and there's a malbec for everyone …

11 Ways to Get Creative with Pesto

<i>Just in time for the changing season, full of winter's hardy greens as well as the first herbs and soft lettuces of spring, we're bringing back this green-flecked roundup and updating it with a few of our newest favorite recipes.</i><p>Pesto should be your best friend for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It …

Skillet Suppers: Pearled Couscous with Tomatoes, Feta, and Spinach

I tend to get made fun of quite a bit for my love of feta and tomatoes and my attempts to incorporate one or both into anything I can, whenever possible. It's definitely deserved—I always have a tub of Bulgarian feta in my fridge and tend to a go a little crazy in August and September when tomato …

Asian Celery, Fennel, and Edamame Salad with Candied Lemon from 'Flour, Too'

The Asian celery and fennel salad in <b>Joanne Chang</b>'s new cookbook, <i>Flour, Too</i>, isn't actually a recipe used in the bakery. Instead, the recipe comes from <b>Myers+Chang</b>: her southeast Asian diner in Boston's South End, co-owned with husband Christopher Myers. Still, the salad's bright dressing and playful …

Louisa Shafia Chooses Saffron and Cardamom Lemonade

<i>Every Monday and Wednesday, we'll announce a new Wildcard winner: a recipe that may not have been entered in (or won) a contest, but a recipe that we've tested and loved.</i><p><i>Today: Our Guest Editor Louisa Shafia finds a drink for a summer gathering.</i><p>All week, we've been featuring Louisa Shafia and her …

Louisa Shafia's Sweet and Smoky Beet Burgers

<i>This week, Louisa Shafia is serving as a Guest Editor at Food52. She'll be choosing a Wildcard winner, answering your questions on the Hotline, and sharing recipes from her new book, The New Persian Kitchen -- because your kitchen deserves a taste of the exotic every once in a while.</i><p>These scarlet …

Where to Buy Coffee on the Internet

For many who read food blogs and magazines, the exercise is one of frustration as much as inspiration. While the fine people of Asheville may be able to get a bacon, bratwurst, and pulled pork hoagie with cheese, the rest of us may not be quite so fortunate. And the same can be said for coffee: in …

Summer Fest: Four Healthy Berry Recipes

June is prime season for cooking and eating berries. Blueberries, raspberries and strawberries are all in their prime at markets right now. …

6 Things to Know About the World Food Prize’s Politics

Each year, the World Food Prize Foundation awards a quarter-million dollars to someone who’s improved the quality, quantity, or availability of food. …

Cookbook Colossi: Which Cookbooks Defined the Past Decades of Cooking?

Have you ever noticed that certain cookbooks and their signature dishes can define a decade and become the go-to source for dinner party menus? In …

How to Love Wine

• <b>Author:</b> Eric Asimov<p>Eric Asimov, the acclaimed chief wine critic for the New York Times, has written a beautiful and thought-provoking combination memoir and manifesto, How to Love Wine.<p>With charm, wit, and intelligence, Asimov tells how he went from writing beer reviews for his high school …

Tokyo Ramen Street's Rokurinsha Makes A Mean Bowl of Tsukemen Noodles

The last time I was in Tokyo, I didn't make it to Rokurinsha, one of Tokyo Ramen Street's most popular restaurants, which is known for its tsukemen, or dipping noodles. This time, however, I vowed not to be denied, and arrived before noon to make sure of it.<p>By 11am, the line was already wrapped …

5 Tasty Ways to Cook with Fresh Oregano

Fresh oregano has a robust, woodsy flavor that makes it one of our go-to herbs in the kitchen — particularly in the summer when we can buy big …

More calls for books about non-white children

Where are the UK's stories about teenagers of colour? That is what the British author Tanya Byrne wants to know, as First Book launches a new project …

This Is What Happens When Publishers Invest In Long Stories

By Chris Dannenlong Read<p>As web publishers we’re obsessed with analytics. Any strategy that moves the needle gets our attention. So you can imagine my …

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Bono can't help Africans by stealing their voice

It was bad enough in 2005. Then, at the G8 summit in Scotland, Bono and Bob Geldof heaped praise on Tony Blair and George Bush, who were still mired …

African Diasporan Arts: From Brooklyn to the World Stage!

<i>MoCADA isn't just a wonderful neighborhood museum, it's reaching out as far as it can. Give them a hand if you can!</i>Created by MoCADAHelp take the …

Michelle de Kretser wins Miles Franklin literary award

Michelle de Kretser has been named winner of the 2013 Miles Franklin literary award for her fourth novel, Questions of Travel, at a ceremony in …

Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei Releases a “Heavy Metal” Song & Video Recalling His Harsh Imprisonment

Burly Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei has never lost his sense of humor, even when facing harsh repression from his government. But while the …

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Obama’s Berlin speech was a damp squib

Can Barack Obama still pretend to be champion of the liberal dream even though we all know he isn’t? Yes he can! Can a President who rides roughshod over civil liberties, orders illegal drone strikes that kill innocent people, and snoops on citizens still present himself as a harbinger of world …