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JOEL PERRSON

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Baked Asparagus Fries with Roasted Garlic Aioli
Asparagus are one of those side dishes that never really excite me. I have not too seen too much diversity is how they can be prepared to make them more of a statement side dish in the past. But this Baked Asparagus Fries recipe is quite an exciting alternative to regular ole steamed or grilled […]

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Taste Thailand
Phaidon’s Thailand The Cookbook is a trove of regionally specific Thai delicacies. With trusty tour guides in tow, author Jean-Pierre Gabriel treks all over the elephant-shaped region’s rain forests and rice paddies to bring back savory recipes bursting with peanuts, dried shrimp, bird’s eye chiles

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Milk Rice With A Cherry Compote
Milky rice pudding is a comforting snack, perhaps because of its associations with the flavors of our infancy. But in this recipe, a brown sugar-cherry compote adds some zing, especially when

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Chocolate Mousse Pie with Peanut Butter Whip Pretzel Crust
I ate a pretzel cheesecake with chocolate that a friend made on Monday and it has been on my mind ever since, so when I saw this recipe I had to share it with you.

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Charleston’s Newest Hotspot
If you are looking for a quick weekend getaway from New York City you may want to consider heading to South Carolina for its beautiful beaches, friendly faces and of course great food. To add to its bourgeoning food scene Brooks Reitz and partner Tim Mink just opened

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Tarragon-Infused Iced Tea
Written by Mateus Andrade   A surprising mélange of tarragon, fresh orange juice and green tea for those who appreciate unique combinations. Often used in salty dishes, tarragon is not only part of the ‘fines herbs’ cast, but also the star of the Béarnaise Sauce. This recipe proposes a sweet alternative to extend tarragon’s reach