The Culture of Food and Drink


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A wave of new, summery drinks is taking over Korea. Marketed almost exclusively toward women, the fruit-flavored sojus and alcopops are low in alcohol,

This story begins 20 years ago. While researching my first book, "The Japanese Kitchen," I met Tsuyoshi Iio, the fourth-generation president of Iio Jozo, a family-owned,

Italy's beautiful Lake Iseo is the venue for artist Christo's latest project, "The Floating Piers," a 52-foot-wide, 2.7-mile pathway on the water from the town

From a string of bad harvests to last winter’s international export-fraud scandal and the European Union’s recent decision to remove tariffs on the Tunisian

A battle is raging over where to buy your fish in Seoul, and the outcome will determine the fate of one of the city's

It might be raining, hailing or even snowing, but when Jersey Royal potatoes arrive in the shops, everyone knows it's the unofficial start of