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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

The clock is ticking for Christmas gift-buyers. But don't fear, a great new book on shifting tides among California's winemakers and updated versions of two