Tove Danovich

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From Mobb Deep Rapper, A Cookbook For Healthy Eating — In Prison

Friday, October 07, 2016

Behind bars, it takes ingenuity, other prisoners and a little help from the commissary to approximate a proper diet. That's what rapper Prodigy of hip-hop's Mobb Deep learned after going to prison.

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Coffee! Coffee! Coffee! I Finally Got To Be A Gilmore Girl At Luke's Diner

Thursday, October 06, 2016

Like many fans across America, I queued up for hours for a pop-up replica of the show's iconic diner. We were there for free coffee, but the real draw was a taste of the Gilmore Girls way of life.

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What's Behind Oregon's Marionberry Mania?

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Oregon grows up to 33 million pounds a year of this blackberry. But most are gobbled up locally — in everything from ice cream to beers to jams — before the rest of the country ever gets a taste.

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What Happens When Yelp Restaurant Reviews Turn Political?

Thursday, September 22, 2016

First American Fried Chicken, owned by the family of the suspect in the Manhattan bombings, is the latest eatery to see reviews plummet based on more than food. Some attacks can cross into real life.

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From Darkroom To Kitchen: A Time Capsule Of Recipes From Midcentury Photographers

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Ansel Adams' poached eggs. William Eggleston's cheese grits casserole. Four decades after being hidden away in a museum, a collection of images and recipes from famed artists finally sees the light.

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You Can Eat It Here And There: Green Eggs And Ham Are Everywhere (On Menus)

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

The Dr. Seuss book that made the dish famous turns 56 this month. But what does this meal taste like in real life? Chefs across the U.S. are tackling the question.

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#FoodPorn, Circa 1600s: Then And Now, It Was More About Status Than Appetite

Monday, July 25, 2016

A new study of old masters finds that capturing and showing off decadent and expensive meals is a decidedly old-fashioned practice. Like today's Instagrammers, it was all about projecting an image.

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Learn To Make Korean Food With A Charming Graphic Cookbook

Saturday, July 02, 2016

Robin Ha's Cook Korean! uses brightly colored illustrations to break down the process of making dishes like acorn jelly salad or kimchi stew.

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'Tiny Kitchen' Videos Cook Up Real Food In Doll-Sized Portions

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

They've fried hard shell tacos, made a gooey pot of queso, even whipped up a batch of rainbow sprinkle-covered doughnuts. All in a dollhouse kitchen roughly 1/12 the normal size.

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We Eat Tomatoes, Why Not Tornadoes? A New Kids' Book Clears Up The Confusion

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Can I Eat That? by food critic Joshua David Stein gets young readers curious about their food. And it's fun for adults, too!

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Intentionally Awful Photos Of 'Dimly Lit Meals For One'

Friday, April 01, 2016

Instagram food photos often offer a curated image of an idealized existence. This book is not that: It pairs grainy photos of culinary monstrosities with fictional tales of the sad sacks eating them.

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Sing It Now: 'One A Penny, Two A Penny, Hot Cross Buns'

Friday, March 25, 2016

Many in the U.S. know this Easter treat mainly from song. But in the U.K. and many former British colonies (even the U.S.), they're big business.

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Bubble Tea Is Back — With A Vengeance

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Boba is the Taiwanese beverage that allows you to chew your drink. In its latest incarnations (think horchata and cocktail bobas), it's playing ambassador to a whole host of other foods and trends.

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Pre-Peeled Oranges: What Some Call 'Lazy' Others Call A 'Lifesaver'

Monday, March 07, 2016

Last week, the Twitterverse became enraged after advertising copywriter Nathalie Gordon posted a photo of pre-peeled, plastic-packaged oranges.

"If only nature would find a way to cover these oranges so we didn't need to waste so much plastic on them," tweeted Gordon in a post that soon went viral. ...

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Holy Ravioli! Cookbook Reveals The Vatican's Favorite Recipes

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

He loves Argentinian empanadas and dulce de leche. In 2015, he said that if he had only one wish, it would be to travel unrecognized to a pizzeria and have a slice — or two or three. In other words, he may be protected by the world's smallest army and ...

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Cooking With Disabilities: An Exercise In Creative Problem Solving

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Christine Ha made quite an entrance on season three of the Fox television show Master Chef.

Though the final plating of her dishes would not have been out of place in a restaurant, the steps to prepare them were noticeably different. For starters, Ha — who also goes by the ...

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'Tacopedia': A Mouth-Watering Tour Of Mexico's Taco Culture

Thursday, October 01, 2015

While it's hard to find a person who doesn't at least like tacos, they don't always get the respect they deserve.

According to Déborah Holtz and Juan Carlos Mena, authors of Tacopedia, an impressive new tome, the taco is a focal point not just of Mexico's cuisine but of its ...

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'Ingredients': An Eye-Opening Look At The Additives In Our Food

Friday, September 25, 2015

We may eat a lot of food additives, but most consumers know very little about them. These often misunderstood substances go by unwieldy names like "diacetyl" or "azodicarbonamide." They are in everything from salad dressings to Twinkies. But how many of us actually know what they look like or, more ...

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A Food Museum Grows In Brooklyn

Friday, September 11, 2015

How did we get vanilla flavor without a vanilla bean? Or chicken flavor made from all-vegetarian ingredients?

Though humans have been enjoying the sensory pleasures of flavor since we first popped food into our mouths, the flavor industry itself is relatively new. And this modern business of manufacturing smell and ...

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How Fishermen's Bragging Rights Gave Birth To Fine Art

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Fishing lore is full of tales about "the one that got away," and fishermen have been known to exaggerate the size of their catch. The bragging problem is apparently so bad, Texas even has a law on the books that makes lying about the size or provenance of a fish ...

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