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The Heart of the Syrian Artichoke
Clifford Wright explores the vegetable beloved in Aleppo and beyond
How Learning to Butcher in France Made Me Rediscover Myself
Meat and mentorship with the pioneer of seed-to-sausage charcuterie.
Seared Halibut with Artichokes à la Barigoule
Wine-braised artichokes and carrots—a classic vegetable dish from Provence—are a simple and soothing pairing for crispy white fish.
Meet the Pasta Perfectionist Making Waves in Italy
Riccardo Camanini loves spaghetti, and he wants to show you why
The Mob Used to Run This Place. Now Pasta’s in Charge.
In Sicily, new life for land once ruled by the Mafia
On the Hunt for the World’s Rarest Pasta
Delicate and impossible to replicate, su filindeu (or the "threads of God") is a pasta made of hundreds of tiny strands by a single woman in a hillside town in Sardinia. She'll make it for you too—if you're willing to walk 20 miles overnight
Can Pizza Night Save the Midwest’s Small Farms?
As Big Ag and international competition threaten rural Wisconsin's lifeblood, a handful of entrepreneurs have taken a new approach: pizza farms
Houston Gave Me Permission to Be Indian in Public
In the land of football and Southern drawls, America's fourth largest city is a haven for people from elsewhere
Meet the Master Craftsman Behind These Gorgeous Pasta Stamps
A visit with the corzetti stamp maker of Chiavari
This Chicago Restaurant Turns Pasta Into Performance Art
At Monteverde, the disembodied hands of Besa Xhemo and Maria Perez shape hundreds of agnolotti for all to see