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Cooking Lesson 1: Anchorage Ethnic Markets (Part 4 of 4)

Anastasia Natekina at Eastern European Store & Deli

By Laurie Constantino and Nora Morse

For Cooking Lesson #1, I took Nora Morse to some of my favorite Anchorage ethnic stores. Since April 1, Nora and I have been chatting about the stores we visited. Lesson #1 (all 4 parts) is the first of a series of columns Nora and ...

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Cooking Lesson 1: Anchorage Ethnic Markets (Part 3 of 4)

Crystal Abbot and Sammi Hudson

By Laurie Constantino and Nora Morse

Last week, for Cooking Lesson #1, I took Nora Morse to some of my favorite Anchorage ethnic stores. Starting April 1, Nora and I chat about stores we visited. Lesson #1 (all 4 parts) is the first of a series of columns Nora and I ...

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Cooking Lesson 1: Anchorage Ethnic Markets (Part 2 of 4)

Barry Yu, Lucky Market owner

By Laurie Constantino and Nora Morse

Last week, for Cooking Lesson #1, I took Nora Morse to some of my favorite Anchorage ethnic stores. Starting April 1, Nora and I chat about stores we visited. Lesson #1 (all 4 parts) is the first of a series of columns Nora and I ...

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Cooking Lesson 1: Anchorage Ethnic Markets (Part 1 of 4)

Sonya and Mr. Joe

by Laurie Constantino and Nora Morse

Laurie: To cook well, high quality ingredients are essential, as is being able to source ingredients locally. As a result, no matter where they live, dedicated cooks are intimately familiar with locally available ingredients and regularly troll stores for new products. In other words, ...

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My Berlin Kitchen, A Love Story: Luisa Weiss Finds Home

Meatballs with Chipotle-Tomato Sauce

Where is home? Is it where you grew up? Where you have a house? Where you yearn to live? Where your heart lies? What about people like me, who call more than one place home? In today’s mobile world, finding home can be a challenge.

My experiences shuttling between two countries ...

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Baking with Lemons

Lemon Caketop Pudding Fresh from the Oven

I was a “difficult” kid. Nothing was easy; conflict with parents and teachers a constant.¬† It was different when I was with my grandmother, after whom I was named. She loved me, reassured me, and made me feel special. I adored her.

My grandparents lived a three-hour drive  from my childhood ...

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