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Emi Boscamp

Emi Boscamp is the food editor at TODAY and creator of the series "COLD CUTS with Al Roker," "Saucy" and "Head of the Table." She was born without a sweet tooth, but in its place she has an umami tooth (her favorite food is anchovies). Follow her on Instagram.

Emi Boscamp is the food editor at TODAY and creator of the series "COLD CUTS with Al Roker," "Saucy" and "Head of the Table." She was born without a sweet tooth, but in its place she has an umami tooth (her favorite food is anchovies). Follow her on Instagram.

Latest from Emi Boscamp

20 Christmas dinner ideas so you can plan your menu now

The holidays are stressful. Let us help you plan your menu with our favorite Christmas dinner ideas and recipes for every course.
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21 sweet and savory pumpkin recipes for National Pumpkin Day

These comforting recipes highlight the earthy, rich sweetness of pumpkin — real pumpkin.
125d ago

Cozy up to fall with 20 comfort-food dinner ideas

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How to make perfectly crispy bacon in the oven

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235d ago

Food historian Jessica B. Harris on why chicken yassa is her 'good-luck dish'

The award-winning food historian talks to TODAY about her "totemic" dish ahead of the launch of the Netflix series based on her book, "High on the Hog."

15 easy, cheesy nacho recipes to devour on Super Bowl Sunday

Choosing the right nacho recipe could make or break your Super Bowl party.
349d ago

Finding comfort in canned soup during the pandemic

When I'm feeling worn down by the news of the day, it's not something homemade I find myself reaching for — it's canned soup.

Martha Stewart uses mayo for the best grilled cheese ever

She uses a secret ingredient (and it's not butter!) to make her grilled cheeses as golden and crispy as possible.
430d ago

Cracker Barrel apologizes for noose-shaped decoration inside Connecticut store

The knotted cord was hanging from the ceiling in East Windsor, with the company saying, "We’re sorry this happened."
473d ago

This Ethiopian-Jewish restaurateur is nourishing Harlem community through pandemic

Beejhy Barhany has had to get very creative during the pandemic to continue her mission of bringing food, art and music to the people.
592d ago

Restaurants across the country support protesters with donations, food and supplies

Their storefronts might be vandalized or shut down altogether due to the pandemic, but many restaurant owners are committed to supporting demonstrators.