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My first serious cookbook, "European Peasant Cookery," published in the United Kingdom in 1984 and still in print with Grub Street, was published in

Hazelnut farmer Barb Foulke watched in disbelief as the relentless storm lashed Oregon's Willamette Valley in late September. Two weeks of rain punctuated by

It was a sweltering day outside the classroom at The Greenbrier when Julia Child came to visit. She would come each year to teach

Good writing about food is not different from good writing more generally, but cookbooks written by established literary figures can be especially satisfying. "Memories

I was so saddened by the recent death of food writer Penelope Casas. I never met her, but I've long depended on her work

It's close to 6 in the morning, and the sky is muted and streaked with pink, white and blue stripes. I am on Kachemak