The Culture of Food and Drink


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Food markets are a joyful assault on the senses.  Every one -- from a petite, once-a-week, village market in the hills of northern Sumatra

Rolled-up leaves stuffed with rice, papery phyllo pastries layered with nuts and soaked in syrup -- the cooking of the Balkans owes as much

While it is often easy to oversimplify the unknown, or at least the unfamiliar -- a place, a cuisine, not to mention a culture

Time was when cava seemed condemned to live in champagne's shadow. Frequently described as Spain's answer to France’s famous bubbly (faint praise can be

Traveling through India on summer vacation, I had expected breathtaking sites, punishingly hot weather and fresh, flavorful food. What I didn't anticipate was fine,

Not long ago, the famous, potty-mouthed New York Chef David Chang made the notorious comment: "F---ing every restaurant in San Francisco is just serving