The Culture of Food and Drink


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Coffee actually started out as a food, not a drink. A thousand years ago in Africa, the birthplace of coffee, locals would mash the

Not so long ago, most Americans' idea of how to enjoy beef was to dig into a slab of steak as big as the

For as long as I can remember, I’ve encouraged cooking students, friends and fellow diners to opt for squid over octopus. In return they

One of the most beautiful cities in Sicily is Syracuse, which has a history extending to the ancient Greeks. There is a method of

Winter is making its presence chillingly known, and when the bitter winds and icy storms appear, so do the runny noses and sore throats.

Pumpkin pie takes center stage on the Thanksgiving dessert table, but the rest of the year, pumpkin doesn't get much love. Which is a