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A Hungry Vegan’s Guide to Chicago

Eat This 01/30/2019
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The jewelry designer Morgan Reed has lived in Chicago since she started college in 2006, and as a vegan with a hankering for delicious snacks, she's built out a soup (ramen) to nuts (well, donuts) directory of city's best meat-and-dairy-free eating that will satisfy everyone in your crew. READ MORE
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Make Your Own Stunning (and Delicious!) Taiwanese Tea Eggs

Eat This BY courtney conway 01/22/2019
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If you're on the hunt for a food to fuel your craziest weeks - that looks pretty while doing it - the Taiwanese tea egg is waiting for you. Think of it as a classic hardboiled, but kicked up a notch with a gorgeous pattern and a hit of umami. The original version can be labor-intensive, but the photographer and ceramicist Debbie Carlos walked us through how to make her simplified version that you can easily whip up in a jiffy for a chic breakfast or afternoon snack. READ MORE
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Two Especially Enticing Salads to Liven Up Your Post-Holiday Meals

Eat This 01/15/2019
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There's never a bad time of year to eat more salads, but Q1 is an especially great moment to stock up on immunity-boosting, energy-delivering veggies. If you're looking for some healthy, simple recipe inspo for your post-holiday meal prep, designer Eree Kim of Hopp Studios has got you - and her two ideas come together in minutes without any mega shopping hauls. READ MORE
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A Legendary Family Cookie Hearty Enough to Eat for Breakfast

Eat This 12/11/2018
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The textile designer behind Dittohouse, Molly Fitzpatrick, knows a thing or two about keeping things cozy - and that extends to the absolutely perfect, crispy-chewy cookie recipe her Ohio family has been making ever since her grandmother perfected them decades ago. "This cookie isn't like any other cookie I've ever had before. It's kind of like a biscuit," Molly explains. "It is really thick and soft and has layers to it. It includes lard and also butter and buttermilk and eggs - so it's nice and heavy. Some of my family will even eat them for breakfast." They're so scrumptious that it's worth shaking up any baking traditions you may already have in place - we promise we won't tell your kin. READ MORE

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