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Rina Rapuano

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Black Sesame Seeds Can Be So Much More Than A Decoration

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

In the U.S., sesame seeds seem to be used for little more than sprinkling atop rolls or loaves of bread. But in many Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines, the tiny, nutty seeds are incorporated into both savory and sweet preparations.

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Kick The Can: Soda Machines Beg For Experimentation

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Chefs and mixologists have been pushing the envelope with soda recipes since the craft cocktail movement surfaced a few years back. And since most soda recipes take little time, effort and money, it's easy to try something new.

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Bringing Back Butterscotch

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Butterscotch seemed to have fallen out of fashion, but food writer Rina Rapuano says she's seeing glimmers of a comeback. And we don't mean hard candies and instant pudding. The revival of this old-fashioned flavor inspires a crepe cake, a chocolate-crusted tart and more.

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True Grits: Getting In Touch With Your Inner Southerner

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

If you think you don't like grits, food writer Rina Rapuano says, you should give them another try. These recipes for savory grits fixings, pecan pie, pancakes and a cheesy casserole might just change your mind.

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Trifle: A Grand Dessert With A Humble Name

Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Alternating layers of moist, spongy cake, creamy custard and sweet fruit with a dreamy whipped topping, Britain's beloved trifle is a decadent dish that can be quite simple to make.

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