Sara Dickerman

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April 12 2012 12:24 PMFusion ReactionHow America fell in love, and then out of love, and then in love all over again, with Asian-influenced cuisine.
Food
Jan. 4 2012 7:15 AMAgainst PepperSalt needs a new companion.
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Nov. 23 2011 2:43 PMPumpkin EatersIt's Thanksgiving. Where should you put your pumpkin?
Food
May 11 2011 7:19 AMWeighing InKitchen scales are tidier, simpler, and more accurate than cups or teaspoons.
Food
Dec. 1 2010 2:54 PMWhat Would the Vikings Eat?René Redzepi's NOMA cookbook, distilled.
Food
Nov. 10 2010 10:08 AMRaw Rabbit Brains in Dill BrothThe new Ferran Adrià biography, reviewed.
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July 2 2010 11:21 AMThe Tea Party Is Giving Tea Parties a Bad NameGet out your Wedgwood and bake some scones. It's time to resurrect this delightful social custom.
Food
May 5 2010 9:38 AMRumble in the OvenSlate pits Cook's Illustrated against food52. Who can come up with the best recipes for pork shoulder and sugar cookies?
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March 8 2010 7:31 AMOscar Fashion Report CardZoe Saldana's "ornamental kale," George Clooney's shaggy new look, and why we missed Tilda Swinton.
Food
Dec. 16 2009 11:53 AMLet Them Eat FruitcakeWhy we should embrace the boozy, dense, candied cake.
The XX Factor
Oct. 5 2009 6:38 PMGoodbye, Gourmet: In Praise of Food Snobbery
Food
April 15 2009 7:01 AMMy Inner BakerCan Nancy Baggett's Kneadlessly Simple help me make a decent loaf of bread?
Food
Dec. 12 2008 6:30 PMBubbie's Mandelbrot and Aunt Pearl's Bourbon Balls
Food
Dec. 11 2008 7:03 AMJust What Is a Cookie, Anyway?
Food
Oct. 8 2008 11:43 AMEat Your Spherified Vegetables!Trying out molecular gastronomy on my picky son.
Food
Jan. 6 2012 6:17 PMBack to the GrindSara Dickerman responds to the black-pepper enthusiasts.
Food
Dec. 6 2011 11:12 AMPaella Is a Party!Stop wasting your time with risotto.
Food
Nov. 3 2011 10:16 AMA Dry RunI borrowed a fancy food dehydrator. Here's what happened.
Food
April 1 2011 7:19 AMVacuum Sealing for the Everyday CookIdeas in Food argues that technological cuisine is within reach of amateurs.
Holidays
Nov. 23 2010 6:59 AMReinventing the TurkeyWhat Bon Appétit, Food and Wine, Saveur, and other magazines recommend you make for Thanksgiving.
Food
Aug. 4 2010 10:05 AMThe Hedonist DietSearching for a diet book that doesn't sacrifice taste along with calories.
Food
May 20 2010 11:42 AMThe Envelope, PleaseAnnouncing the winner of Slate's recipe contest.
Food
March 10 2010 9:59 AMCan ItAt-home preserving is ridiculously trendy.
Food
Feb. 2 2010 9:28 AMA Moveable FeastThe pleasures, and stresses, of cooking with an iPhone.
Fashion
Oct. 30 2009 7:10 AMDeath's Head Becomes You How did skulls go from scary to chic?
Food
June 3 2009 7:23 AMThe Recipe DetectivesThese cookbook authors bring foreign food cultures to life.
Food
Jan. 2 2009 7:10 AMWell Done, Rare, or CryovackedThe story of the cow from four-legged co-worker to shrink-wrapped cutlet.
Food
Dec. 12 2008 10:46 AMWhat Does the Cookie Jar of Tomorrow Hold?
Food
Nov. 25 2008 4:16 PMDon't Wet-Brine Your Turkey. Do Stir-Fry Your Sweet Potatoes.Slate's guide to online Thanksgiving advice.
Geezers
Sept. 10 2008 6:54 AMThe Senior-Citizen CookbookHow your food needs will change as you get older.

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