The Culture of Food and Drink


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In times of tragedy, discord or disruption, there is often no more powerful message between neighbors than a shared casserole, a baked banana bread

Sancerre's greatest secret is its red wines made from Pinot Noir. At the eastern border of France's Loire Valley, Sancerre is known for its benchmark

People buy cookbooks for a variety of reasons: to inspire, impress, beautify, edify and love. For famed cookbook author and food writer, Nika (Standen)

"Chicken with cheese": The words conjure up visions of that college-student standby, the fried-chicken melt. But poulet au fromage is something quite different --

An apple a day might keep the doctor away, but according to studies on diet, a bowl of soup a day can help you

Gin, a crystal-clear distilled grain spirit, dates to at least the 1600s and was initially touted as a medicinal cure for everything from stomachaches