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Food for Thought

The horror diet: Raw meat recipes return from the dead — and the mind of Vincent Price

By Marene Gustin

It’s right here on my desk. My Holy Grail of cookbooks: A Treasury of Great Recipes. Written in 1965, it is a loving compilation of 1960s recipes, travel tales from around the world, gorgeous ...


All in good taste

A top caterer's guide to entertaining: Elizabeth Stone reveals her top tips and secrets

By Shelby Hodge

What better time for launching a book on entertaining than just before the holidays? Thus, the timing was no accident when respected caterer Elizabeth Stone recently took over Asia Societ ...


Turkey Day Fare

Unconventional Thanksgiving feast: Spice up your meal with these inventive side dishes

By Shannon McGarvey

Every Thanksgiving it’s the same — turkey, candied yams, that jiggling glob of canned cranberry — but it doesn’t always have to be. Plenty of people celebrate Thanksgiving w ...


Love Your Mother-In-Law

Daughter-in-Law Diaries: New site gives you tools to deal with the other woman in your husband's life

By Whitney Radley

Long the scourge of a healthy and happy marriage, a daughter-in-law's relationship with her mother-in-law often follows the same story: Daughter-in-law becomes frustrated with nagging and bragg ...


Fromage for your day

How to celebrate National Cheese Lovers Day like a pro

By Twinkle VanWinkle

Cheese, in some way, is part of all of our lives. From the pungent aromas of a bold bleu to the delicacy of a fresh farm fromage, this fragrant food is a main ingredient in the melting pot of our A ...


Vegging Out

Eat the rainbow (without unicorns): Color Me Vegan is an indispensable guide to a healthy diet

By Joel Luks

Who hasn't heard the hackneyed phrase, "eat the rainbow"? It's nutritionists' attempt at encouraging people to go beyond the cremes, beiges and browns of unremarkable ...


Food for Thought

Julia Child's unbelievable Texas connection: French cooking came armadillo close to a makeover

By Marene Gustin

As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child & Avis DeVoto chronicles the correspondence between the two women during the painstaking process of the creation and publishing of Mastering the Art ...


Flapjack Tips

Forget IHOP's free short stacks and celebrate National Pancake Day with DIY style

By Jennifer Patterson

Need an excuse to indulge in a stack of butter-smothered pancakes? Lucky you: March 1 is National Pancake Day! Sure, IHOP — which may or not have actually started the latest faux holiday ...


Salsa in the kitchen

A food photo blitz: Latin Women's Initiative on the flashy road to two-language cookbook success

By Shelby Hodge

The hustle and bustle in Mary Tere Perusquia's kitchen had been churning for almost 10 days as internationally renowned food photographer Ignacio Urquiza toiled away photographing what seemed l ...


Recipe Time

The best part of summer: Sweet sangria

By Sarah Rufca

When it comes to the ultimate summer bevvie, there are plenty of solid contenders. Piña coladas immediately recall beachy vacations. Frozen bellinis ooze upscale Italian lounging. Vodka-lemo ...


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