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I was tasting the 2012 Grand Veneur Côtes du Rhône "Les Champauvins," a smooth, nicely structured red with flavors of black and red berries.

Culinary icon Anne Willan has just released "Secrets From the La Varenne Kitchen," a brief compendium of "50 Essential Recipes Every Cook Needs To

"The world doesn't want to know the truth about gluten," graduate student Lisa Kissing Kucek joked last July under a tent at Cornell University's

There are more than 25,000 cookbook titles listed on Amazon. It's certainly a buyer's market. But which ones to buy, either for use in

Photos of perfect-looking prepared food in glossy magazines used to make Amelia Morris mad -- really mad. So in 2009 she decided to start

Sancerre's greatest secret is its red wines made from Pinot Noir. At the eastern border of France's Loire Valley, Sancerre is known for its benchmark