Alice B. Toklas was born on April 30, 1877. To celebrate the anniversary of her birth, or just to celebrate the fact that it’s Tuesday and we’re all tired already, why not try her recipe for “Haschich Fudge (which anyone could whip up on a rainy day),” originally included in her famous cookbook, which some would say was the book that helped her find her own voice. After all, she says it’s “the food of Paradise . . .
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November 25, 2020
- “I knew the Appalachia of this film was not going to be the Appalachia that I know.” Alison Stine on Hillbilly Elegy.
- After writers signed a letter in protest of Audible’s exchange policy, the company said it would change.
- Teen authors are working with a DC-based literacy program to publish books on racial justice, policing, and more.