Breakfast Specials: Quick Breads and Pastries to Help You Start Your Day

If you generally only indulge on weekends—or when the coffee-shop display proves irresistible—we have a rousing wake-up call: You can make these treats yourself, and most of those indulgent goodies you love can be made any day of the week. Several can be made ahead and frozen, then defrosted overnight and baked off while you shower. Our chocolate-hazelnut take on monkey bread actually tastes better if you make it the night before and leave the yeasted dough in the refrigerator overnight. Next morning, just bring the dough to room temperature and bake.

A couple of these sweets are made using store-bought all-butter puff pastry. It’s one of those things our food editors’ always keep in the freezer. It works beautifully in sweet breakfasts like our tempting take on that supermarket staple, the toaster pastry (Note: our version is baked in the oven like the rest of these treats.). And store-bought

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Hunger Is A Form Of Violence We Must Address

(Photo: YENWEI LIU / HUFFPOST)
(Photo: YENWEI LIU / HUFFPOST)

This Voices In Food story, as told to Amanda Balagur, is from the perspective of Michael W. Twitty, a food writer, culinary historian and historical interpreter. He gained international recognition through his writing, public talks and his food blog, Afroculinaria. He is also the author of The Cooking Gene, which won the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award for Book of the Year.

Twitty grew up in Washington D.C. and taught Hebrew school in that metro area for 15 years (he converted to Judaism at age 25). He is writing his second book, Kosher Soul, which focuses on his journey through the world of Jewish food as a Black American Jew, how Black Americans have affected Jewish food, the journey of Blacks and Jews in their own food worlds and how Black Jews have created their own foodways. He has published a

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30 Tasty Ginger Recipes to Spice up Your Life (Or at Least Your Cooking)

You know ginger as the all-important ingredient for holiday season cookies, but this spice can do so much more. It adds warmth to curries and zing to dressings. It perks up salad bowls and gives drinks an extra oomph. Whether you’re using the ground stuff or fresh ginger root (more on that below), this delicious spice is a welcome addition to any plate (or glass). Which is why we’ve rounded up 30 tasty ginger recipes that will let this golden root shine, from breakfast to dessert.

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Here’s what you need to know about this spicy root. It’s actually a flowering plant, and is close cousins to turmeric, cardamom and galangal. People have been turning to this plant’s rhizome (i.e., the ginger root we know and love) for thousands of years—and not just for cooking. According to our

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The 20 Worst Charities You Shouldn’t Be Donating To

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Over 800 million folks go hungry daily, according to Action Against Hunger. They hope to battle malnutrition and meals crises in over 20 international locations with assist from donations.

Charity In American English

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Other students argue that developments in spirituality and devotional tradition have been central. For still different scholars, medieval charity was primarily a method to elevate one’s social status and affirm present hierarchies of energy. There are a variety of organizations and charities which can beexperienced in helping people who arefacing your particularproblem.

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By doing this vetting, you can really feel extra assured that the group you’re donating to deserves your assist. Charities differ so much in how much of the money they elevate goes for applications as a substitute of masking the expense of elevating money. “You don’t wish to select a charity by the name alone, since your donation could … Read More