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Thousands of years ago, pioneers among the central Malayo-Polynesian-speaking populations are believed to have traveled across the Indian Ocean and brought plantains, water yams

As this best part of summer delivers a ready-to-eat bounty of fresh vegetables to the kitchen, Luigi Fineo, executive chef at West Hollywood's RivaBella

It's August. If you have your own garden and you like baby zucchini as much as I, you know that while some food columns

Think of the platter as a palette, and your vegetables as swaths of paint that fill in the color of the canvas. This is

Finns treasure their solitary excursions into the endless woods and forests that fringe the 187,888 lakes and 179,584 islands of their hauntingly beautiful countryside.

Iced soups are perfect for sweltering summer days, lip-smacking good and super refreshing -- think salad in a glass or bowl. Best of all,