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While in Forlimpopoli, a small Italian town near the Adriatic Sea, I happened upon a cookbook that stirred up all the memories of my

"Flatbreads really grabbed me because they're ancient in nature," Paula Marcoux said at a class in early August. "Stone or clay or metal griddles

Knishes are packed with more than flaky, potatoey deliciousness. "The knish is really stuffed with stories," said Laura Silver, author of the new book,

One of my first purchases upon moving to New Delhi, India, in 2005 was Charmaine O'Brien's "Flavours of Delhi: A Food Lover's Guide." The

The idea that foods have aphrodisiac properties is quite old and found in all cultures, but this notion has waned with the rise of

I caught Ed Behr on the phone just as the writer was wrapping up a story about what he called, in an atypical struggle