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High up in the Spanish Pyrenees in Catalonia, a new generation of artisan cheese makers is at work. Some were born and raised in

Bakers are falling for rye, using the "it" grain in breads and pastries. Jennifer Lapidus of Carolina Ground, a flour mill in Asheville, North

In a country in which wine making is still predominantly a white, largely male profession, South Africa's first black woman winemaker, Ntsiki Biyela, is

The thing about rural Maine is that you're guaranteed to run into someone you know at the grocery store, every time. I remember the

I am a farmers market fiend. The ability to "eat local" is glorious for a gastronome, and late summer abounds with gifts of heirloom tomatoes,

There is prosciutto and then there is culatello. Proscuitto is ubiquitous. It's draped over melon or paired with figs or mozzarella in restaurants everywhere. You