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It’s an adult rite of passage. We learn exactly how to pack every square inch of a hatchback as we bounce from apartment to apartment in our 20s, leaving a trail of changed addresses in our wake. Once we stuff the last box into the car and turn in the keys, we shut the door—literally and figuratively—on that chapter, filing away our memories of everything that went on inside those walls. We never expect to set foot inside these places again, much less watch a live feed of one of our old apartments burning to the ground in a Towering Inferno-style conflagration. Welcome to 21st century nostalgia.
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Book Review: Nile Style

Danielle Oteriby Danielle Oteri January 19, 2015

Nile Style should easily slide onto the shelf where you keep your most dog-eared cookbooks. It’s full of easy, healthful dishes like a zucchini soup you could whip up in less than 20 minutes for Meatless Monday, or Bedouin lamb stew that can be left simmering on the stovetop for a cozy Sunday family supper.”

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Craft Beer and Quality Grub on New York’s Upper East Side

Casey Barberby Casey Barber January 12, 2015

“Luckily, that’s changed over the past few years with a string of casual but worthy spots that also happen to be craft beer-focused. The Whitney Museum might have a swanky new set of restaurant and bar options in its new Meatpacking District location, but its old stomping grounds are getting better than ever.”

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#imperfect

Casey Barberby Casey Barber January 5, 2015

“I don’t really make resolutions (or five-year plans, or bucket lists), but this year, I’d like to use “imperfect” as a reminder to bring a little enjoyment back to my food life and to refocus my energies on the no-holds-barred enthusiasm that got me into this game in the first place.”

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5-Ingredient Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Casey Barberby Casey Barber December 23, 2014

“Because there’s zero starch in these cookies, their texture is ethereally light and delicate—if you’re looking for a moist, dense, and chewy peanut butter cookie, you better move along. Or get a plate to hold beneath the cookie before taking your first crunchy bite, since the shatter factor and cookie shrapnel potential is high here.”

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