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Corned beef and cabbage. Irish stew. Soda bread. These are the foods Americans associate with Irish cooking, especially on St Patrick's Day. But while

"Fresh is best" is usually a good rule to live by. But if you know how to find quality preserved items, a few well-chosen

It's that time of year again. Wherever I turn, I see beautiful and seductive images of food. When I'm tempted -- and fortunate enough

As Americans there are certain holiday food traditions many of us share: turkey at Thanksgiving, gingerbread at Christmas. But in addition to these commonalities,

When we dine alone we have an unfortunate habit of not treating ourselves with any respect. We sometimes scarf down our food over the

When I was growing up in Maine, mussels were poor folks' food, an archetypical trash fish. Searching old New England cookbooks, you'd be hard-pressed