Old Fashioned

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The New Old Fashioned Recipe

By Ashley Bode | September 23, 2011

Photo: Jeff Wilcox

Revive, reinvent, revitalize, renew. All of these words mean virtually the same thing. Giving a new life to something familiar and ordinary is no new trade in the culinary world. People have been remaking old dishes with a new twist for centuries. The key to doing this and making it work is creating a significant improvement on the original. Slight change is hardly worth the effort but departing too far from the original can leave one wondering what it really is imitating anyway. Read More

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