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Torta al Testo, a sort of pita bread from Umbria in Italy, is baked on a wood-fire-heated stone, in a dying art that dates

As we slide into the holiday season, my mind turns toward maple: maple syrup, maple frosting -- and maple fudge. The world has quite enough

It's not by chance that October is National Doughnut Month. A fat circle of fresh-fried dough is a lot more appealing when the air

Halloween is observed in countries around the world, but probably no one celebrates it with the gusto that the U.S. does: the gallows pranks;

Anybody who grows tomatoes during the summer reaches that fall day when the weather may have cooled (though not so far in this scorching

With her latest book, "Baking Chez Moi," acclaimed author Dorie Greenspan has fait mouche (hit the bull's-eye) again. In this luscious culinary tome, Greenspan