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Artist's cookbooks are a nice idea—but what if the artist doesn't much care for food?
The French grade and classify foie gras with a manic fervor that defies comprehension by us foreign infidels.
For the devoutly Catholic country of Malta, religious holidays are truly sweet occasions.
Don't be daunted by nutmeg's pleasantly pungent flavor—here are seven ways to use it to spice up your cooking.
Pomegranates are notoriously messy, but this simple technique will have you juicing them like a pro in no time.
We were completely stumped on the right way to make a treacle ring—until we looked at the photos.
It's real, it's traditional, it's always the same.
The wines were legends, one of them dating from 1779; the animating spirit of the event is something of legend, too.
Here's what we look for when buying pomegranates—plus the best way we've found to extract their seeds.
This luxurious terrine is a classic of French cuisine. Here is how its done.
The food of this little-known Mediterranean island nation is a happy surprise—at once quirky, hearty, and appealingly familial.
From chianti and barolo country comes a dazzling rival to champagne.
Prized for its health benefits, a soothing cup of green tea is also good for the senses.
Revered for centuries at home, Chinese green teas taste surprisingly sweet and new in a Westerner’s cup.
Okay, you French-American hybrid vidal grapes—hurry up and freeze!