The Culture of Food and Drink


Home / Cooking (Page 8)

When it comes to the science of baking as opposed to the art of cooking, it doesn't do to have clumsy, chubby fingers. Chemistry

Passover is a Jewish holiday celebrating freedom. The initial meal (the seder) and the way you eat for a week offer a small part

In Cape Town, South Africa, Easter is all about chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and pickled fish, a local turmeric-hued, sweet and sour favorite,

The first rumblings of spring have reached the Central Atlantic. The green tips of daffodils and jonquils are pushing through the still firm soil,

Sun, Sea & Olives: Pizza is health food? Yes, it is, at least in the Mediterranean, and that doesn't mean pizza with beans and

Italian-Americans will tell you flat out that linguine accompanies seafood. Well, at least Long Island Italian-Americans will tell you that. My grandfather, who was