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The Argentine Way with Beef
At asados, or cookouts, all across Argentina, the ritual is the same.
This is Corsica's best-known cheese and is made from goat's whey.
From the Good Cafe
In my corner grocery store late one night, I found myself agonizing over a tomato. It wasn’t organic, I knew, … Continued
Carbonada was born of a genuine fusion between New World and Old.
In the late 1970s, I used to see Tony Bill eating dinner around Los Angeles (sometimes alone) in exactly the … Continued
Wine writers constantly seek fresh ideas for books. Ralph Steadman has gone them so many better in The Grapes of … Continued
Pastry chefs argue about the recipe, but everyone agrees that the opulent dacquoise is one of the glories of French cake making.
On my first night in Bucharest, in 1972, a Romanian history professor I’d known at UCLA took me to the … Continued
Foods of Faith
The date made famous by Columbus’s voyage to America, 1492, resonated with infamy for Spanish Jews and Muslims. For nearly … Continued