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On Tenacity and The Value of Fear : Preeti Waas // Sugar & Spice and Cheeni // Raleigh, NC

“Food is the thread that connects generations, and is the easiest language to understand. A roti in India is the same as a homemade tortilla here. The stark contrast, at least twenty years ago, was how disconnected people here were from the origins of what was on their plates.”

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Top 3 Tips For Taking Better Food Photos as a Beginner // Business

My food photography and editing consultancy actually grew out of me spending my free time teaching other food producers how to better shoot their work for websites and social media. I know photography isn’t for everyone, as common as camera phones are. But if you’re making an effort to focus (NPI) on getting the shot, this post is a great place to start.

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5 Delicious Ways to Use Chard and Kale Stems // Lifestyle

In my past life, I composted the ribs of leafy greens. Luckily I’ve come to my senses. But it was brought to my attention that most people probably do the exact same thing. And it’s no fault, really. I understand, sometimes it’s hard to know what to do with the “leftover” parts. Or even to think there is something to be done with those parts, because recipes often say to discard them. Let’s change the narrative.

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Creating Community Around Food: Ana Tapioca // Global Comfy // Apex, NC

“The moment I figured I could show how much I cared about somebody by making their favorite dishes, I knew I had a great channel right there. Food is my chosen way to express love. I come from a family of people who can thoroughly enjoy each other’s company as we cook for gazillion people.”

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Banana Jammin' // Recipes

However you like to spark the staple doesn’t really matter. Banana bread will get a little old after a repetitive while. As a general rule, I only make banana bread when I have a super stock of bananas that are pushing their luck. You know the ones… they’re basically fermenting because you didn’t make as many smoothies as you planned to last week.

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