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Got Mint? Make Juleps!

When your garden is overrun with mint, it’s time to think beyond garnishes for fruit salads. I muddled my way through mojitos and decided to make another classic, the mint julep. Advertisements

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Pecan Pie to Honor Martin Luther King Jr.

In his too-short lifetime, Martin Luther King Jr. traveled more than 6 million miles and gave over 2500 speeches, according to a story in the Huffington Post.  To keep going, he often reached for fried chicken or pecan pie

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Curry: Bombay Meets Dixie and Becomes a Roosevelt Favorite

My grandmother, Hanna, collected quite a few chicken curry recipes, a surprisingly exotic departure from her preference for plain food. I don’t remember meeting anyone from India while I was growing up in Richmond, but Indian food was nonetheless popular … Continue reading

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