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Even food-centric people who regularly tune out to the din of congressional back and forth might want to take note of the deliberations as

I've consumed a fair amount of caviar in my day -- "fair amount" being, by definition, never quite enough. And I've consumed it in

With all the heaviness on the holiday table, now's the time to try Brussels sprouts in a light new way: raw and shaved into

As a forager, I frequently encounter people who aspire to gather and eat wild plants, but something is stopping them: the fear factor. People

Jennifer McLagan, an Australian chef living in Toronto and the 2007 James Beard Cookbook of the Year award-winner for "Fat," has now written the

Apples are one of the wonderful fruits of autumn. We grow a lot of apples in the Nordic climate, and we eat them fresh,