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Barman Eddie Kim created the light and crisp "Truth and Clarity" cocktail — combining Capitoline White Vermouth, Suntory Toki Whisky, club soda and lemon vinegar — to ring in the new year. Laura Beltrán Villamizar/NPR hide caption

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A 'Truth And Clarity' Cocktail To Carry Us Into 2020

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Anthony Bourdain

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Reunited Massachusetts Couple Gets Married At Worcester's Dunkin'

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Large Parts Of Pacific Ocean Reopened For Trawling

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Bad Fall Weather Leaves U.S. Potato Farmers With Their Smallest Crop In Years

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Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present

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Companies Face An Uphill Battle Trying To Get Americans To Eat Bugs

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Genie Milgrom, pictured in 2013, stands in the entryway of her Miami home wrapped in a long family tree, filled with the names of 22 generations of grandmothers. Raised Catholic, Milgrom traced her family's hidden Jewish roots with the help of a trove of ancient family recipes written down by the women of her family over generations. Emily Michot/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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Trove Of Recipes Dating Back To Inquisition Reveals A Family's Secret Jewish Roots

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3 Kitchen Experts Share Their Favorite Holiday Side Dishes To Bring To A Gathering

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A new study suggests that one service already in place in many food deserts could help make it easier to access fresh, healthy food: online grocery delivery. The finding lends support to expanding a pilot program that lets people use food stamp benefits to pay for those groceries. svetikd/Getty Images hide caption

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Alison Roman stresses that preparing dinner for others doesn't have to be a piece of performance art. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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With 'Nothing Fancy,' Alison Roman Aims To Rebrand Having People Over For Dinner

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New Belgium, A Beloved Brewery, Is Sold To International Conglomerate

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Chef Tunde Wey uses food as a tool for social justice. His company, BabyZoos, aims to use profits from the sale of applesauce to hospitals to fund ventures that create more economic opportunities for African Americans in an effort to close racial wealth — and health — gaps. L. Kasimu Harris for NPR hide caption

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