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I am a cake person. For people who know me, this is as irrefutable a fact as the Earth orbiting the sun. Given that,

Ruth Reichl's engaging books talk of her growing up years, her family and how she learned to cook. In her nonfiction titles she has

We English love our eccentrics. Clarissa Dickson Wright, the renowned cook, TV personality, author and countryside campaigner, who died on March 15 at age

La Vie en Rose: The key to mastering the art of the café lifestyle in Paris is to be vigilant. My Café French™ language

In 2008, Susie Middleton was looking for a quiet place to chill out from her intense 11-year position as editor at Fine Cooking magazine.

The idea that foods have aphrodisiac properties is quite old and found in all cultures, but this notion has waned with the rise of