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Skillet-cook summer corn and chorizo for tacos that pop with summer flavor

Chorizo and corn tacos (Photo for The Washington Post by Tom McCorkle)

To balance out sweet-as-can-be corn, consider spicy, smoky bedfellows: It could be hot Italian sausage, harissa, gochujang skirt steak, a dusting of chili powder, pickled chiles — the list goes on

We're nuts for these vegan picadillo empanadas

The making of picadillo empanadas (Mariah Tauger/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

The best toddler-birthday-party food I've ever had were picadillo empanadas.

It's everything but the bagel with this summer tomato tart inspired by a deli favorite

Everything Tomato Tart. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Tom McCorkle for The Washington Post.

At this time of year, I don't believe there's a wrong way to eat a tomato. But some ways feel more right than others.

Sure, throw hot dogs on the grill. But don't forget bananas.

A grilled banana sundae (Elizabeth Karmel via AP)

Associated Press food columnist Elizabeth Karmel is bananas for grilled bananas

Faux meat flies off shelves when it’s sold in the meat aisle

The findings are a boon for the makers of meat substitutes, who aim to grow by winning over carnivores, since vegetarians are largely already on board.

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Going with the flow on the Pawcatuck River, Part III

While I lugged my kayak on a narrow path along the Pawcatuck River the other morning to join the other paddlers who, like me, had decided to detour around a tumultuous stretch of whitewater, I was mystified to see Rick Sanford dragging his boat back...

Women running in the streets

Surprisingly — at least from this vantage point 100 years later — some of the 19th Amendment’s staunchest opponents were women.

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