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How was medieval Middle Eastern cuisine like Chinese? It used soy sauce. Or something that was practically the same. The Middle Eastern version didn't use

Enric Canut is a Catalan cheese guru, co-founder of the dairy Tros de Sort and a tireless ambassador for Spain's cheeses abroad. We met

In recent decades, speed has been the name of the game in Shanghai, whether for business, buildings, fashion and food. At the launch of

Syria, which has been in the news so much recently, is kind of a blind spot for American foodies. We're a little familiar with

Two new books about Spanish food raise more questions than they answer, the principal one being why Spain is such a hard sell in

You're probably familiar with sauerkraut. But how about choucroute? Same difference. Well, almost. Choucroute is just the French name for it -- so much