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Our forefathers weren't thinking of holiday fare or locavores when they signed the Declaration of Independence, but the Fourth of July fortuitously falls at

After tasting 2,734 entries, it was easy to spot food trends. I was one of the dozen judges for the coveted sofi Awards given

In the United States and perhaps elsewhere, most picnics are simply enjoyable outdoor meals and social occasions, where thoroughly normal groups of people decide

There's only one thing better than eating berries straight from the bush, and that's putting them into a buttery pâte sucrée crust. Here are

The elder tree has no pretensions to grandeur. It grows wild in hedges and ditches, along the banks of streams, in forgotten corners of

In Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales," written in the 14th century, pilgrims on their way to the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket lightened their journey