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Israeli-Style Extra-Smooth Hummus

I love hummus, especially the Israeli version made with tons of tahini and a touch of cumin, but it’s hard to find a perfect batch. Store-bought hummus typically has a great, ultra-smooth and -creamy texture, but it lacks flavor and … Continue reading

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The Tsar’s Kvass

Kvass is an ancient Russian beverage that has been around for much of the country’s history. The style ferments bread or flour along with other locally available ingredients to create a low-alcohol, bready ale with a hint of tartness from … Continue reading

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How to Make Pho

The beauty of Vietnamese pho, a vermicelli noodle soup, is that it’s a choose-your-own-adventure of layered, contrasting flavors. This particular recipe is a favorite of F&W’s former test kitchen supervisor, Marcia Kiesel, who cooked and ate pho all over Vietnam … Continue reading

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Spiced Beef Pho with Sesame-Chile Oil

ACTIVE:1 HR TOTAL TIME:3 HRS PLUS OVERNIGHT CHILLING SERVINGS: 6 The rice vermicelli soup pho is a staple all over Vietnam and this spicy beef version is the specialty of Hanoi. At home in Connecticut, Marcia Kiesel often eats it … Continue reading

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Beef Pho Noodle Soup Recipe (Pho Bo)

Who doesn’t love noodles soup? In the Vietnamese repertoire, beef pho noodle soup is a classic. In fact, it’s practically the national dish of Vietnam. Below is my family’s recipe for the quintessential Vietnamese food — pho noodle soup. You … Continue reading

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Lithuanian traditional food

Compiled by Birutë Imbrasienė (Edited and translated by Giedrė Ambrozaitienė) http://ausis.gf.vu.lt/eka/food/fcont.html from WebArchive or see local copy.

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