New Recipe: This week on “Sunday Morning” (February 27)

Guest host: Lee Cowan

HEADLINES: The latest on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Holly Williams and Margaret Brennan report.

A woman places her family photo at the monument of victims
In this 2019 photo a woman places her family photo at the monument honoring the victims of the Great Famine (the Holodomor) of 1932-33, in Kiev. Millions died of starvation as a result of the Soviet Union’s policy of confiscating food from Ukrainians.

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HEADLINES: The history of Russia’s subjugation of Ukraine
Three decades after gaining its independence from the Soviet Union, Ukraine is again fighting for its freedom after Russia’s President Vladimir Putin ordered a full-scale invasion of its neighboring country. Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about the long history of oppression of the Ukrainian people by Czarist and Soviet forces (including the “Holodomor” famine perpetrated by Stalin), and now by the war machines of Putin.

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HEADLINES: Inside the mind of Vladimir Putin
Russia’s full-scale attack on Ukraine this past week again demonstrated President Vladimir Putin’s hunger for power, and his willingness to crush those he sees as a personal threat. Lee Cowan talks with Brookings Institution senior fellow Angela Stent, and with New Yorker editor David Remnick, about the autocratic leader’s disdain for international law, and the isolation that is making him even more dangerous. 

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LIFE: Savannah restaurant serves up common ground on race
Built in what was once a segregated bus terminal in Savannah, Ga., The Grey is a destination restaurant that defies preconceived notions about Southern cooking. It also offers its partners, restaurateur and entrepreneur Johno Morisano and James Beard Award-winning chef Mashama Bailey, a setting for conversations about race, which grew into a book: “Black, White, and The Grey: The Story of an Unexpected Friendship and a Beloved Restaurant.” They sat down with correspondent Martha Teichner to discuss their quietly provocative endeavors.

RECIPE: Mashama Bailey’s Chicken Country Captain
The James Beard Award-winning chef from The Grey, in Savannah, Ga., offers “Sunday Morning” viewers her slowly-braised curried chicken in a rich broth.

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INTELLIGENCE: The life of a CIA shadow warrior
Ric Prado spent 24 years with the Central Intelligence Agency working undercover with anti-communist rebels in Central America, and in operations against communist insurgencies in Peru and the Philippines, before tracking a rising financier of terrorism named Osama bin Laden. The retired agent talks about his new book, “Black Ops: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior,” with CBS News national security correspondent David Martin.

BOOK EXCERPT: “Black Ops: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior”

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PASSAGE: Dr. Paul Farmer

Slicing up a king cake for Carnival. 

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CARNIVAL: King cakes: A treasured taste of Mardi Gras
In New Orleans a longstanding tradition of Carnival is the king cake, a multi-colored sweet treat. Correspondent Kris Van Cleave talks with Matt Haines, author of “The Big Book of King Cake,” and with some of the bakers who help satisfy New Orleanians’ Mardi Gras craving.

RECIPE: Mardi Gras King Cake
This recipe for a sweet Carnival tradition is courtesy of the New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute.

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Director Shawn Levy and Ryan Reynolds, of “The Adam Project.”

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MOVIES: Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy on time travel and “The Adam Project”
Ryan Reynolds, the star of “Deadpool” and “Free Guy,” and “Stranger Things” director Shawn Levy, have teamed up on a new time-travel film, “The Adam Project,” about a fighter pilot from the future who meets his 12-year-old self. Reynolds and Levy talk with correspondent Tracy Smith about friendship, anxiety, and the famous mutual friend who helped bring them together.

To watch a trailer for “The Adam Project” click on the video player below:

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HARTMAN: A gift that puts college dreams within reach
Correspondent Steve Hartman meets some Chicago high school students whose hopes for a college education far exceed their abilities to pay for it. Enter businessman Pete Kadens and former Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson, whose initiative, Hope Chicago, aims to redress inequities in a young person’s access to higher education.

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Detail from “Flight with Mirror” by Shirley Woodson (2014). Acrylic on canvas. 

Shirley Woodson; courtesy Detroit Institute of Arts

ART: Artist Shirley Woodson: Life captured in bold strokes
There’s a lot going on in Shirley Woodson’s vivid paintings. And at 85, this artist and former schoolteacher is being celebrated with her first one-woman show at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Correspondent Rita Braver reports.

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OPINION: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a test for America
CBS News correspondent John Dickerson says standing up to Putin’s lawless violation of another country’s sovereignty – an attack on the values of self-determination and freedom – is a test of American ideals and morals. 



“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actress Christine Baranski and a look inside the homes of Architectural Digest (Video)

Here Comes The Sun: Actress Christine Baranski and a look inside the homes of Architectural Digest


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