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Apple crisp, stuffing, cookies and more: Our top recipes from November

Apple crisp. Easy Thanksgiving turkey. Brussels sprout salad with mustard vinaigrette. Maple-bourbon turkey. Your favorite recipes this past month included plenty of Thanksgiving favorites — turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, more turkey — as well as a few sweet treats (the ultimate wedding cookie)...

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Gibson's Bakery sues Oberlin College over racism protests

Gibson's Bakery sues Oberlin College over racism protests

A family-owned bakery in Ohio has filed a lawsuit against Oberlin College for slandering the shop as a racist establishment. According to the Boston Herald, the dispute began in November 2016 when three underage black students were arrested for punching and kicking the white shopkeeper, Allyn Gibson....

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An easy guide to pairing beer with barbecue

An easy guide to pairing beer with barbecue

From Carolina pulled pork to Texas-style beef ribs, Southern barbecue comprises many variations in the flavorful symphony of smoke, spice and fat. And craft beer’s diversity makes it an ideal accompaniment to whatever style of ’cue you’re into. Beachwood BBQ and Brewing founder Gabriel Gordon has...

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