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Magazine articles on cooking, food, wine, and restaurants.
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Gregory Cartier
Strange Meats If your stomach ever growls while you watch Animal Planet, then your lips will drool when you read this article. Bon appetit. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
April 18, 2005
Jane Black
Come Home To Your Own Chef For workaholics and busy families, it's worth it to let a pro do the cooking. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
High on Adventure
April 2005
Giordano & Rosen
Seaweed Lady A conversation with Diane Bernard, who harvests and supplies seaweed to spas and restaurants. Includes a discussion of how seaweed can be served and its high nutritional value. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
April 1, 2005
Hop to It Learn about Red River Trading Co.'s gleaming froggy-decked plates, bowls, and saucers mark for My Articles
Delicious Living
April 2005
Rebecca Broida Gart
What's kosher? While many cooks consider certified-kosher meats superior to regular cuts, their basis is cultural, not culinary. And "kosher" applies to more than just meats. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
National Gardening
Suzanne DeJohn
Herbs for Health Fresh herbs have a variety of uses in the kitchen and can also combat disease. Includes tips on growing your own herbs. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
April 11, 2005
Jane Black
Foods With A Health Boost More companies are adding natural nutrients in higher-than-natural concentrations. Clearly, the industry likes functional foods. But should consumers seek them out? Here's what you need to know before you buy. mark for My Articles 544 similar articles
Seasoned Cooking
April 2005
Ronda L. Carnicelli
Asparagus April marks the beginning of the peak season for asparagus. Here's how to pick the best and a couple of recipes to enjoy them in. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Seasoned Cooking
April 2005
Julie Carter
Something for Everyone Espresso, caffe latte, cappuccino; there would seem to be as many types of Italian coffee as there are pastas, and each has a specific time and mood. Here are some tips on how to buy and brew fresh beans. mark for My Articles 382 similar articles
Seasoned Cooking
April 2005
Carnicelli & Smith
Passover Feast With its special foods, songs, and customs, the Seder is the focal point of the Passover celebration. Here are several traditional Passover recipes to enjoy with family and friends -- good enough, in fact, to enjoy all year round. mark for My Articles 167 similar articles
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