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Remembering the time Mom got serious about Halloween.
Some 50 different plants belonging to the genus Cinnamomum are cultivated throughout the world. Below is a guide to both spices' predominant forms, aliases, and uses.
At its finest, the richly aromatic Tuscan dessert wine known as vin santo—literally, holy wine—is an alluring amber drink worthy of its name.
The story of a hungry maestro.
In Idaho, a Basque rancher follows the traditional way of sheepherding.
Cinnamon is still harvested by hand without modern interventions.
From Lebanon to Great Britain, this rich, velvety meat is deeply appreciated.
The search for hard-to-find mutton proves to be worth the trouble.
A Philadelphia ice cream parlor takes waffles to new heights.
For the chef David Chang, creativity trumps authenticity.
The most familiar of spices in American kitchens, cinnamon can also be surprising, seductive, and remarkably versatile.
Chicken tikka masala’s serendipitous evolution.
Family-run food shops keep the past alive.
A Parisian home cook slow-roasts a leg of lamb just the way her mother did.
Mint jelly, even when it’s neon green, is still a favorite lamb accompaniment.