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Just as artists work with paints and canvas or clay, chefs create masterpieces with everything from carrots to crayfish. But whereas painters and sculptors have

Massimo Bottura, considered by many to be Italy's greatest chef, earned three Michelin stars and his restaurant Osteria Francescana in Modena is ranked second

Classic meets contemporary at the 56th Biennale di Venezia. This year's theme is "All the World's Futures," and one chef in Venice has taken

Mexican cuisine has no high or low. Unlike in French, Chinese or Japanese cooking, it is from the humble tradition of everyday kitchens that most

From dining on a romantic island in the Venetian lagoon to feasting on handmade pasta in Bologna, northern Italy's gastronomic capital, this list guides

Le Marche is an unspoiled, green and beautiful region in central Italy bordering the Apennines and the Adriatic with which even many Italians are