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For years my sister, who cannot tolerate gluten, has foregone stuffing at Thanksgiving, and carefully scraped her pumpkin pie filling away from the crust.

Despite the myths that get bandied around about what was served at the first Thanksgiving, the only report we have, from Pilgrim chronicler Edward

What moistens the lip and what brightens the eye, What calls back the past, like the rich Pumpkin pie? -- John Greenleaf Whittier, "The

Pears and Rioja are a marriage made in Spanish heaven, but although the region of La Rioja is synonymous with wine and bull running

Anybody who grows tomatoes during the summer reaches that fall day when the weather may have cooled (though not so far in this scorching

The ancient Roman seaside city of Rimini, about 75 miles southeast of Bologna and birthplace of legendary film director Federico Fellini, evokes la dolce