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Fresh local berries in season are a fleeting pleasure in most regions, and until we can virtually reach through the computer screen and grab

Much is written about the delights of fresh figs, but unless you have the good fortune to live in or visit a country or

A winter stroll through Athens is a joy. The cool, breezy air is filled with an exquisitely heady perfume from the hundreds of citrus

In my front yard are two old, thorny Meyer lemon trees. I do nothing special for these trees, just let them have water and

This is the time of year for hot drinks such as buttered rum. Here's one from the 18th century that fits right in. The

Christmas in Kerala, that sunny tropical strip of southern India along the Arabian Sea, is a somber festival with more faith and religious fervor