Joe Yonan

Washington Post, author of “Cool Beans”

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Food and dining editor at Washington Post, author of “Cool Beans.”

Joe Yonan on KCRW

Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different this year because of COVID, so why not make it taste a little different too?

Thanksgiving 2020 recipes from Alvin Cailan, Joe Yonan, Hawa Hassan, Ori Menashe and Genevie Gergis

Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different this year because of COVID, so why not make it taste a little different too?

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“Cool Beans” is a new cookbook that celebrates the joy of cooking with beans for every meal, from appetizers to desserts.

‘Cool Beans’ cookbook elevates the humble bean

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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