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On the stage of a large Parisian theatre, chef David Kinch, of Manresa restaurant in Palo Alto, California, arranges Pacific abalone slices over yuzu-scented raw-milk

The 18th-century French gastronomer Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin famously said: "The discovery of a new dish confers more happiness on humanity than the discovery of

When I venture into the kitchen with a slab of beef brisket, I like to braise it, not brine or barbecue it. Nor do

Chef Pierre Thiam spent his childhood in the cosmopolitan city of Dakar, Senegal -- rich in a culinary heritage inspired by Senegalese, Moroccan, Vietnamese

In recent years veganism has moved toward the mainstream in a big way. As more and more people become aware of the many benefits

Losing weight and exercising top most people's lists of New Year's resolutions, though these are the resolutions least often kept. These facts make a book