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I have long been a devotee of cranberries as much for their history and lore as for their happy association with Thanksgiving, my favorite

Several years ago, while visiting my family in Michigan for the Christmas holiday, my dad told me about a mysterious collection of wines stashed

Thanksgiving seems a consummately American holiday, embodied by nothing more succinctly than the roast turkey, a creature native to North America. However, in France,

When Seattle chef Maxime Bilet says he was presented with the "most amazing challenge," you want to know more. After all, what could be

Apple butter might not seem like a traditional holiday food, but it holds a place of honor at my family's Thanksgiving and Christmas table

What looks like a cross between a giant thistle and supersized celery, but tastes like artichoke with a trace of truffle? Don't worry if