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Recipe: Roasted Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprouts Hash

Recipe: Roasted Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprouts Hash

By Melissa d'Arabian | Oct 23
Brussels sprouts and their ever-popular companion bacon are teamed up with sweet potato to make a tasty oven-roasted hash that requires just minutes of prep time to cube the veggies, all of which can be done a day in advance.

Butter Shortage in France Amid Global Demand for Pastries

Butter Shortage in France Amid Global Demand for Pastries

Oct 22
French pastries and butter have become so popular abroad that the increased demand led to a mini shortage of the dairy product in French supermarkets.

'At Home with Amy Sedaris' Hilariously Skewers Cooking & Crafting TV

'At Home with Amy Sedaris' Hilariously Skewers Cooking & Crafting TV

By Jason St. Amand | Oct 22
Amy Sedaris's new variety show "At Home with Amy Sedaris"debuts Oct. 24 on truTV and fans of "Strangers with Candy" will be pleased.

Orange Is the New White? Amber Wine Creates Buzz

Orange Is the New White? Amber Wine Creates Buzz

Oct 21
A unique amber-colored wine is creating a buzz in an industry long dominated by shades of red, white and rose. The orange color comes not from citrus fruit, but by fermenting white wine grapes with their skins on before pressing.

Creep of the Week: Jeff Sessions

Creep of the Week: Jeff Sessions

By D'Anne Witkowski | Oct 21
Ah, religious freedom. That call to arms for conservative Christians who believe that they live in some Bizzaro Land version of America where they are persecuted for their beliefs.

Prominent Chefs Oppose Baker in Major Gay Rights Case

Prominent Chefs Oppose Baker in Major Gay Rights Case

By Mark Sherman | Oct 20
Prominent chefs, bakers and restaurant owners want the Supreme Court to rule against a Colorado baker who wouldn't make a cake for a same-sex couple's wedding.

Cocktail Culture: Spiced Orchard Pear

Cocktail Culture: Spiced Orchard Pear

Oct 19
Cold-weather cocktails aren't limited to eggnogs and mulled ciders. And there's an ingredient you may not have considered that is definitely worth adding to your repertoire - scotch.

A Sourdough Getaway to San Francisco

A Sourdough Getaway to San Francisco

By Matt Kemp | Oct 19
The Bay Area has a long history of making sourdough bread and it's now home to a plethora of sourdough bakeries.

Re-Crafting the Cocktail: 3 Must-Visit NYC Mixology Masters

Re-Crafting the Cocktail: 3 Must-Visit NYC Mixology Masters

By April Stamm | Oct 17
There's a cocktail-centric spot for every palate, as exemplified by these three exceptional venues that are shaking, stirring and pouring some of New York City's best libations.

Spooks & Sips: 3 Red Wines for Halloween

Spooks & Sips: 3 Red Wines for Halloween

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 16
EDGE gathered some of our favorite wine experts for a blind tasting of three California reds suited for such a night and this is what we discovered...

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