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Culinate Newsletter May 5 10

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 Whether you regard Mother's Day as a meaningful tribute to the mothers in your life or merely a Hallmark holiday doesn't really matter: You've got to eat. So why not make this Sunday's menu out of the ordinary?  

 I love Lynne Sampson Curry's solution to the dilemma of (1) being the mom, and (2) being the sole cook in the family: A DIY Mother's Day Brunch menu. Nothing too complicated — and listen to this: The Three-Way Orange Twists bake for the same amount of time, in the same medium-hot oven, as the Truffled Baked Eggs with Potatoes.

 Tasty and efficient, with just a little elegance: Now that's a working mother for you.

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: "Leah Koenig found eight cheeses from all over the world that offer tangy flavor at mealtime."
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story2text: "Frances Moore Lappé's daughter is spreading the word: Food that's good for the planet is good for us, too."

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recipe1text: "Dustin Clark created this recipe for the 2010 Indie Wine Festival, held this weekend in Portland, Oregon."
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recipe2text: "In her new book, Mollie Katzen teaches basic recipes. Here's an uncomplicated, spicy cake — enhanced by fresh ginger — to bake any time of the year."

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