Fit for a royal dining table—and a grandmother's kitchen
Plus, an herby pilaf you can make no matter where in the world you are
Plus the secret ingredient that makes it special
Sturdy base, marshmallow mounds, and a hot fudge-esque frosting
And then I committed to making it myself.
A little pot of rice with big, transformational power
A fortifying soup for rainy days, nights at home (like tonight?), and bellies warm
And it's also the national dish of Uzbekistan
In a life devoted to others, this cake was undeniably hers
A simple, nourishing dish for grieving, coping, and purifying
Grandma's sweet legacy
A drinkable (or spoonable) dessert popular all over the Middle East, for good reason
Start with these pork dumplings for the Lunar New Year
The barbecue that connected me to my relatives miles away
The chili says "I love you"
A New Year feast from our community that has nothing to do with resolutions
A mousse from California, by way of the Philippines
Created by my mother, and bound to live on eternally
Chicory, chocolate, and mayonnaise—who knew?
For when cold cereal or a piece of toast just won't cut it
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