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Spice-Crusted Oven-Roasted Potatoes
Recipe: Suya-Spiced Roasted Potatoes with Tomato-Chili Relish
Char It and Sauce It! A Better, Bolder Eggplant Dip
Recipe: Eggplant and Tahini Dip (Mutabal)
Recipe: Tomato, Cucumber and Green Chili Salad
There’s Worcestershire in My Ceviche!
Recipe: Mexican-Style Shrimp in Chili-Lime Sauce (Aguachile Negro)
The Creamiest Pesto Has No Cheese, Nuts or Basil!
Recipe: Spaghetti with Parsley Pesto (Spaghetti al Pesto di Prezzemolo)
Colombian Potato and Chicken Soup
Recipe: Colombian Potato Soup with Chicken, Corn and Capers (Ajiáco)
Greek Apple Cake with Honey and Cinnamon
Recipe: Greek Apple Cake with Honey and Cinnamon (Milopita)
By Christopher Kimball
In Neil Postman’s 1985 book “Amusing Ourselves to Death,” Marshall McLuhan’s notion “the medium is the message” is taken one step further: The media defines how we think, shapes how we process information and ultimately alters our perception of truth.
Postman writes that in the first two centuries of American history, the written word was the vox populi, and as a result, the literacy rate was over 90 percent (for men), a bestselling book sold the equivalent today of over...
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