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Communist writing tends to be dry and not food-inspired literature. So it is surprising that Lu Xun, one of China's most famed 20th-century authors

Ask expatriates living in Malaysia about their favorite things to do there, and more often than not, their answer is eating the local food.

Though Colorado is home to two of the nation's biggest and brightest food-and-beverage events -- the Aspen Food & Wine Classic in June and

The Salon du Chocolat, founded in Paris by the aptly named Sylvie Douce and François Jeantet, has a mission that few right-minded people would

Entering by foot through the main gate, the aura here is clean, fresh, like the docks of a Spanish port. But the sea is

Susan Feniger, one of Los Angeles' best-known restaurateurs, is always planning her next food trip, as soon as she comes home. Feniger's  restaurant Street,