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Faugères is one of the smaller appellations of the Languedoc, and yet it punches above its weight for the diversity of the origins of

If the heel of the Boot, Apulia -- Puglia in Italian -- has long lagged behind other Italian regions in terms of modernization, parts

You open an old cookbook and out flutters a fragile, stained piece of notepaper. On it there is some spidery handwriting in fading blue

Traveling to Europe this summer? If your plans include Italy, Germany, France, England, Spain, Sweden, Belgium or Denmark, Zester Daily's community of food writers

Before the advent of TV's "MasterChef," master chef Michel Guérard was already on the gastronomic front lines. He was one of the key activators of

Start a sheep farm to lower your taxable income? That's what Deborah Sowerby did when she launched Olive Ewe Ranch in 2005 in Bradley,