Love Fridges Offer Food For Communities (VIDEO)

The premise is simple: Take what you need and give what you can.

Food cooked with love just tastes better. It’s an experience Chef Fresh Roberson wants to share with her community.  

“We’re making some turkey meatloaves, mashed potatoes and some greens from the farm. Today is really comforting food,” she said. “My love language is acts of service and I’m in love with my community. So this is kind of right there for me, like how I can take care of my people, how we can do this work, how it kind of all fits together.”

Roberson is cooking 60 meals for love fridges embedded in neighborhoods across Chicago.  

So you’re probably wondering — what does a love fridge even look like? Well, one in Englewood was completely painted by a local artist. All of the fridges have some sort of artwork on them. It’s very community-based, and the

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“Sunday Morning” 2021 “Food Issue” recipe index

Click on the links below for holiday recipes and delicious menu suggestions from top chefs and mixologists, cookbook authors, food writers, restaurateurs, and the editors of New York Times Cooking, including dishes featured on “Sunday Morning”‘s annual “Food Issue”!

And don’t miss our annual holiday broadcast Sunday, November 21!

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Glazed Lemon Zucchini Bread (from Misfits Market)Sweet Potato Biscuits (from Yewande Komolafe, New York Times Cooking)


Green Bean, Artichoke and Radicchio Salad (from Eric Kim, New York Times Cooking)


Baked Macaroni and Cheese (from Horn & Hardart Automat)Beef and Noodles with Burgundy Sauce (from Horn & Hardart Automat)Brioche Chestnut Stuffing (from Melissa Clark, New York Times Cooking)Crispy Curry Chicken Thighs with Roasted Beets (from Misfits Market)Lobster Mushroom Pasta (from Tabitha Brown)Orecchiette con le cime di rapa (from Elizabeth Minchilli)Salt-and-Pepper Roast Turkey Breast (from Eric Kim, New

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Cook up some love and revamp old family recipes with Libby’s and Jocelyn Delk Adams this ‘Cansgiving’

Thanksgiving is a holiday overflowing with time-honored traditions. From Uncle Rod’s famous fried turkey recipe, to Nana’s antique gravy boat, to the deviled eggs your cousin insists on bringing but no one ever touches — each family has their own treasured traditions that it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without.

But what if those traditions could continue to be honored while being appreciated in a whole new way?

That’s exactly what entrepreneur and mom Jocelyn Delk Adams is doing this year as she revamps some of her old family favorites.

“My relationship with food and cooking has always been about taking recipes passed down through my family and giving them a new twist,” says the founder of Grandbaby Cakes, a brand inspired by her own grandmother, “Big Mama” Maggie.

“My brand is steeped in tradition,” Jocelyn says. “I wouldn’t necessarily have a brand without my grandmother. [She] inspired me so

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