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It's not easy to capture an entire country's cuisine in one cookbook -- especially when the author lives 3,000 miles away. So when Amalia

China Ranch is a thriving oasis of boutique date palms that began with the whimsical planting of an ornamental garden nearly a century ago.

Fine dining in Cuba might sound like an oxymoron. For decades, wisdom has been that restaurants on the impoverished island were mediocre at best,

Craft beer now outsells Budweiser in the U.S. With two to three craft breweries opening every day across America, every region of the country

The history of nutrition often heralds Wilbur Olin Atwater as the Father of American Nutrition, but he had a daughter, Helen Woodard Atwater, who

Today chefs are superstars. Reality TV idols, prima donnas on various food channels, authors of best-selling books, online food gurus, guests of honor of