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This Family Recipe for Swiss Fondue Is Now Yours

Eat This 05/15/2019
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Molly Zimmermann travels back to Switzerland a few times a year to visit her family, and while she's there, there's one thing that's always at the top of her to-do list: eat fondue. The gooey. traditional meal says home to her, as Molly explains: "It's a communal thing and a collective experience. We all dip into the same pot and dance around each others' forks to keep the cheese from boiling. The immediacy of it keeps you present and engaged in that moment as the best celebrations do." Molly's also honed a homemade version so she can get her fix even when she's back in Los Angeles - where she's also perfected the art of streamlined jewelry for her line, MM Druck. READ MORE
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5 Wineries Worth a Dreamy North Fork Day Trip

Eat This BY katie nave freeman 04/04/2019
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The North Fork of Long Island may have become a buzzy weekend destination for New Yorkers in recent years, but Lucie Wawryk was onto the beachy region's charms long, long ago. "I am a native of the East End of Long Island, and my family has deep generational roots here. My father owned a restaurant right on Main Street in Sag Harbor that my family lived above for a lot of my life," remembers Lucie, who now runs her own business, the jewelry line Concrete Collective, from Sag Harbor, on the island's South Fork, too. She's also an expert in the best vineyards to sip chilled rosé with stunning views - after all, as she says, "Wine and the North Fork are two of my great loves." READ MORE
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Coconut Meets Key Lime in This Great-Anytime Pie

Eat This 02/28/2019
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Before she started working on her dangly pearl line Yuun full-time, the Montreal jeweler Lina Hu had another sweet gig. "My friend (and food soulmate!) Erin and I started a pie company called Hopscotch, making sweet and savory pies. The company didn't continue, but it really was one of my favorite projects ever," she explains. Here, Lina shares one of her go-to recipes from the archives: "Classic coconut cream pie is already a dream, but we had the idea to add a bit of citrus tang to balance out the sweetness and give it a bit of sass! I'm crazy about custard and anything with tartness, so this pie is really my coup de coeur, as the French say. This isn't a complicated recipe, but it is a multistep pie. Several of the steps can be done the day before," she notes. Oh, and don't worry - she's baked in plenty of pro tips to make it, well, easy as pie. READ MORE
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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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