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The two comfort foods I missed most when I first came to the United States revolved around legumes: muthira upperi (horse gram stir-fry) and

I am a cake person. For people who know me, this is as irrefutable a fact as the Earth orbiting the sun. Given that,

Ruth Reichl's engaging books talk of her growing up years, her family and how she learned to cook. In her nonfiction titles she has

In 2008, Susie Middleton was looking for a quiet place to chill out from her intense 11-year position as editor at Fine Cooking magazine.

I am not one of the lucky ones who owns the original "Modernist Cuisine" 2,400-page, six-volume set that rocked the food world when it

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