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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

Today, we live in a world where many things have gone wrong with the diets of many people. These include inhumanely raised meat and

My birthday falls just after the first day of spring, and along with warm sunny weather there's one thing I always look forward to

Using extra virgin olive oil in cake baking is not new. I've been doing it for years along with other health-minded folks. It imparts

The plethora of colors, shapes and sizes of Indian sweets are bewildering. Taste, color and shape often vary from region to region, but gulab

As New England's maple sap started to drip in March, David Moore of The Crooked Chimney sugarhouse in Lee, N.H., counted the days until