The Culture of Food and Drink


Home / Cooking (Page 19)

South Africa's potjie -- the country's iconic three-legged cast iron pot and culinary workhorse -- is a centuries-old piece of cooking equipment experiencing a

A recent trip to the produce market led me to sing hymns in praise of winter vegetables. I returned home with familiar cauliflower and

The great food writer Waverley Root condemned "pulse" as a “picturesque little word” used to describe the diet of ancient hermits -- all gas

In traditional Mediterranean cooking, dried beans are typical winter foods that are often combined with winter greens and root vegetables such as Swiss chard,

Winds blow through bare tree limbs, chilling you to the bone, making you long for bowls of hot, comfort food. Of course, a microwavable

When was the last time you cleaned out your kitchen pantry? I mean really cleaned it out? Sure, you try to stay on top