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Sicily is famous for its distinctive wines and native grape varieties, particularly those that grow on volcanic soils. Nerello Mascalese, today's most talked-about Sicilian

Across the country, bakers are starting to mill their own flour. The idea might seem silly. Make your own flour? Might as well make

The year 2014 not only beckoned all things local, organic and sustainable, it begged for transparency in our food supply. From growing concerns about

In artisanal bakeries from Brooklyn to Seattle, the bread counters are piled high with lovely loaves, from the hardiest Scandinavian ryes to French country

Corks are popping all over the place this month. More bottles of Champagne and other sparkling wines are sold during the holidays than at

There is one big problem with Swiss wines: There is not enough to go around. There are just 15,000 hectares (about 37,000 acres) of