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Cultural Appropriation is a real, important, and harmful thing, but god damn if it’s not one of the most recklessly abused terms in the social justice lexicon.

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Healthy Monday: Chef David Chang was inspired to make these playful rolls by a snack he had at Yunpilam, a temple in South Korea, where the nuns served him edamame mixed with walnuts and molasses. His rolls have an edamame-and-walnut filling; unlike other sushi rolls, they can be served warm.

Recipe: Korean Sushi Rolls with Walnut-Edamame Crumble

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You may know chef David Chang from such instant-ramen cooking adventures as “The Ramlet: Let’s Put More Eggs in These Eggs!” and “Ramen Fried Chicken: Your Window to Weight Gain.” Today he’s back with a new dish that will be popular with the whole famiglia: a lasagna-and-ramen mashup we’re calling Ramensagna!

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Healthy Monday: In Korea, cooks typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable—lotus root, say, or potatoes. Star chef David Chang decided to break with tradition and stir-fry an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips. Also unconventional is the maple syrup he adds to the dish; there are maple trees all around South Korea but not much maple syrup.

Recipe: Maple Root-Vegetable Stir Fry with Sesame

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Instant-ramen perversion #1: David Chang debases one of the great pastas of Rome, cacio e pepe.