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

California wine is finally getting interesting, and wine lovers can dare to hope that America's premier wine region will produce more wines of higher

I read somewhere that people generally use only two or three recipes from each of their cookbooks, and realized this was true for me,

Every now and then a new cookbook comes along that stands above the rest. Oretta Zanini De Vita and Maureen Fant's "Sauces & Shapes:

"A Commonplace Book of Pie" is anything but common. While some cookbooks may help you make poetry with food, this cookbook is poetry, and

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