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Frozen Fudge Pops

cooking.nytimes.com — These easy fudge pops, with a mix of cream and milk, combine the fun of an ice cream truck Popsicle with the sophistication of a rich chocolate ice cream touched with salt The key is making sure the ingredients are well-emulsified in a blender These will melt quickly so enjoy them right out of the freezer.

The Modern American Shrub

nytimes.com — A shrub is exactly what the people who invented the phrase "slake your thirst" had in mind. The modern American shrub is a fast-rising star among both cocktail-nation kids and teetotalers with good palates. But it has roots in England, when vinegar was used to preserve fruit.

Fudge Pop Perfection

nytimes.com — The Fudgsicle was my move when the ice cream truck came around. But like so many childhood food memories, it just doesn't deliver in adulthood. So I went looking for a way to mix the fun and convenience of a chocolate ice pop with a better ingredient list and more sophisticated flavor.

Kim Severson's Roasted Okra

cooking.nytimes.com — Buy the freshest, firmest okra you can find Pick pods that are no bigger than your ring finger Slicing them lengthwise just before you roast them will keep slime to a minimum

Atlanta Emerges as a Black Entertainment Mecca

nytimes.com — ATLANTA - Cynthia Bailey, arguably the most glamorous of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta," shivered in a sleeveless red shift, microphone in hand. It was oddly cold, but the intrepid model carried on. She had a job to do: interviewing the talent that swaggered down the red carpet for the Soul Train Awards.

Potato Cavatelli

cooking.nytimes.com — These are an easy, homey version of handmade pasta that freeze well They are sturdier and more toothsome than gnocchi but have more character than dried cavatelli It takes a little practice to get the flip of the indentation just right, but once you get the feel for it you can turn out enough for dinner quickly

Coconut Cream Pie

The Fat Pack Wonders if the Party’s Over

nytimes.com — THE bill came due for Jason Perlow in October. Back before everyone with a fork and a laptop started nursing a food blog, Mr. Perlow was a founder of eGullet, a pioneering online discussion forum that helped obsessed food enthusiasts find one another.

A Mother’s Cookbook Shares More Than Recipes

nytimes.com — The last full sentence I heard from my mom was around Easter. "You better call Michael," she said. The only Michael in our family is a distant cousin I can't be sure I've even met. But I went with it. Sure, Mom. I'll call him. That's what it's like these days.

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May 22, 2015

Our man @JeffGordinier asks: Can the Four Seasons survive outside its gilded Midtown cage? We're about to find out. nytimes.com/2015/05/27/din…

May 22, 2015

RT @EaterNY: Unsurprisingly, the guy caught selling $30 hot dogs to tourists in now unemployed. eater.com/e/8408012?utm_… pic.twitter.com/rjuaBEv5HT

May 22, 2015

CEO to board on Ronald McDonald's emotional state: "With his new look, he’s feeling trendier and more confident." nrn.com/quick-service/…

May 21, 2015

@Casey_CAC @EmilyGould @debperelman You won't regret this. In the way one never regrets a baby or a swim.

May 21, 2015

RT @TGMchef: Amazing to meet the legendary @ruthreichl and humbled to see her eating at @yallaATL

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