Hollynn Huitt

writer, eater, reader.

Homemade frozen lemonade: Village Voice

You know what’s really satisfying when it’s hot out and you don’t want to hate yourself? Smoothies. You know what’s unbelievably, remarkably stupid-expensive? Smoothies. Read more of this post on … Continue reading

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Avocado on Toast: Village Voice

Forget everything you thought you knew about what you wanted for brunch. No more gloggy, room-temperature eggs benedict or sugar stuffed french toast topped with whipped sugar. The Australian cafe … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Grey Culinary Guide: Village Voice

You could skip through 50 Shades of Grey, reading only the sex scenes, but you’d miss out on so much. Like witty email exchanges between the main characters, Christian Grey and … Continue reading

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Hand pulled vs Knife Peeled Noodles: Village Voice

If someone plopped down two steaming bowls of noodle soup and asked you which was knife-peeled and which was hand-pulled, what would you do? What if they said your life … Continue reading

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Halloumi Cheese: Village Voice

If Halloumi was single and it had an online dating profile, it would probably say, “Hi, I’m a cheese from Cyprus. My friends describe me as salty, crispy, chewy, and … Continue reading

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DIY Wonton Soup: Village Voice

Wonton soup is a love/hate kind of soup. Sloppy in a good way, filling, cheap, feels like a healthier choice than pork fried rice–it seems to be a great idea. … Continue reading

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Cracker Queen: South Magazine

Grab a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer, light up a cigarette, and get ready to meet Lauretta Hannon, author of The Cracker Queen: A Memoir of a Jagged, Joyful Life. … Continue reading

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Power of Pine: South Magazine

Armed with one of the Peach State’s most abundant resources, one Georgia-based company is stepping up with an answer to the world’s energy crisis. Deep in the South hides a … Continue reading

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Detective, Demystified: South Magazine

After nearly two decades solving Savannah’s mysteries, Private Investigator Ron Palefsky reveals the truth about sleuthing―one story at a time. Ron Palefsky sits in the dead silence of his recently … Continue reading

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