by Kate Payne • Photography by Jo Ann Santangelo Wine is associated with festivity, bacchanalian excess and verdant bounty in art and literature. The earliest recorded winemaking activities ...
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by Terry Thompson-Anderson Just say the city’s name—New Orleans—and most likely your mind will conjure up visions of food and drink. And somewhere in the sensuous mélange of ...
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by Iliana de la Vega and Isabel Torrealba Tortillas are the unrivaled accompaniment to any meal in Mexico. And as such, they perform the same role as bread in European cultures and rice in Asian ...
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by Eugenia Bone One summer day I helped my friend Marilee Gilman slaughter and process about 24 fat ducks. Marilee and her husband Charlie have a beautiful farm in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and they have ...
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