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I couldn't believe what I was reading in the New York Times this summer about the controversial Polish ban on ritual kosher animal slaughter.

It's rare these days to pick up a cookbook and peek into an entirely different world. A new language; new colors and shapes; sensations

Good writing about food is not different from good writing more generally, but cookbooks written by established literary figures can be especially satisfying. "Memories

Grand Forks is a small middle-American town in North Dakota that was pinned onto the pop culture map last year by a single restaurant

Can chefs change the way we eat? The Chefs Collaborative is taking a stab at promoting sustainability with a new cookbook of recipes gathered

It used to be that Asian foods served in American restaurants had to be Anglicized into submission, leading to such hybrid creations as fried