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Corby Kummer's work in The Atlantic has established him as one of the most widely read, authoritative, and creative food writers in the United States. The San Francisco Examiner pronounced him "a dean among food writers in America." More
A new university in Italy aims to elevate gastronomy to an academic discipline—and put its students through a humbling workout.
Cool new coffeemakers bring out the deeper pleasures of a light roast.
A cult destination in London has revolutionized cheesemaking, winning converts as far afield as Vermont.
At Camp Bread, in San Francisco, a baker rehabilitates one of the most frequently abused members of the pastry family.
Will Cannery Row’s signature fish transcend its humble reputation to become a chef’s staple? It should.
An exciting new Italian bazaar makes Whole Foods look like the A&P—and it’s coming to America.
Banning trans fats probably makes sense from a public-health standpoint—but will the doughnut survive?
The best way to make rice pudding is always your grandmother’s.
Chain stores threaten to destroy independent wineshops— and your chances of finding interesting wine
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