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ying.jpgIn the latest round of The Piglet, Food 52's annual tournament of cookbooks, Lucky Peach editor Chris Ying considers Japanese Farm Food vs Salt, Sugar, Smoke. When commenters complained that Ying was unclear about what he cooked, he provided an answer: "FYI, I made katsudon and sake-steamed squash. On a separate occasion, I also made tamago kake gohan. But what I cook naked, sobbing, alone in the privacy of my own home is my own business." [Food52]

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