Truffle ‘fries’ at home

A treat for the happiest of hours

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April 17, 2012

Make bar-style truffle fries in the oven.

Peanuts, beloved

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Around the world, people are nuts about these legumes.

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Bounty and possibility

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People love to hate the supermarket.

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Cool Whip, for the curious

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A brave moment in dessert pioneering.

Food for athletes

Different bodies, different diets

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December 1, 2011

The paleo diet is popular, but it’s not the only way athletes can make the most of their food choices.

Carob on its own merit

What’s not to like?

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October 21, 2011

Carob is marvelous, but it’s not chocolate.

Vegan punks

Sticking it to The Man, with a fork

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Ten years ago, her cooking life was about music and vegan mush.

Toffee bars

The great social equalizer

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Betty Crocker knows how to cook.

Spaghetti on the Wall

Shoshanna Cohen is a writer based in Portland, Oregon. As a runner, hedonist, and culture geek, she is interested in food as fuel, as pleasure, and as language, sometimes all at once. Find her on Twitter (@shoshannac) or read her blogs about food and drinks (Socktails) and about running (Nice Shorts).

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