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Has Coffee Gotten Too Fancy?
By OLIVER STRAND

What ‘White’ Food Meant to a First-Generation Kid
By LISA KO

Pepsi Pulls Ad Accused of Trivializing Black Lives Matter
By DANIEL VICTOR

The Grape Juice Wars of Passover
By JOSEPH BERGER

Mushrooms on Toast, Done Just Right



Egg, Cheese and Toast, Mumbai Style



Eat
By TEJAL RAO

How to make pasta

City Kitchen
By DAVID TANIS
Recipe: Mushrooms on Toast

Ham or Lamb? The Easter Choice May Be Changing



By KIM SEVERSON
Recipes: Roman-Style Spring Lamb With Fresh Sugar Snap Pea Salad | Sugar Snap Pea Salad With Calabrian Pepper and Fennel

New Cooking Ideas for Everyday Greens and Rarities



Front Burner
By FLORENCE FABRICANT
Do not expect new ideas for asparagus or haricots verts if you pick up “The Book of Greens” by Jenn Louis, a chef and restaurateur from Portland, Ore. This beautifully photographed book is tightly focused on edible leafy plants, some of which, like arugula and romaine, you’ll encounter every day. Many others, including


An Ambrosial Cake, and That’s Just the Filling
A Good Appetite
By MELISSA CLARK
Recipe: Ambrosia Cake

New Beaujolais, but Not Nouveau

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Wines of The Times
By ERIC ASIMOV
Recipe Pairing: Quinoa Salad With Swiss Chard and Goat Cheese

The Ghost at the Bar
Drink
By ROSIE SCHAAP
Recipe: The Gibson | Pickled Cocktail Onions

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