Food

Venice: Everything Comes from the Sea

From cuttlefish to monkfish tail, shore crabs to thick-bearded mussels, seafood is a way of life in this Watery city. Departures...

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Classic Venice: Harry’s Bar

The Cipriani family’s Grand Canal classic could easily have succumbed to its own hype: the Hemingway legacy, the never-ending Bellinis, the $30...

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Italy's Rarest Ham

Massimo Spigaroli’s hams are rare, expensive, and obscenely good.

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Norman's Conquest

An appreciation of Norman Van Aken, whose exuberance for tropical ingredients opened up a new world of cuisine

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The White Strawberries of Purén and Nine Other Discoveries of an Obsessive Gourmet

It's true what they say about familiarity. Even the most coveted delicacies—Iranian saffron, black truffles from Périgord—can lose their appeal...

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Split Personality

Outside Barcelona, chef—and neurologist—Miguel Sanchez Romera takes moonlighting to new heights at L'Esguard.

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Manhattan's Newest Tables

Through a difficult year, the city has more than persevered—it has thrived. Mimi Sheraton takes a measure of the recovery in a crop of new...

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Cucina Italiana Now

Where lies the future of Italian gastronomy? Pavia Rosati tracks the debate between old and new, tradition and innovation, at restaurants...

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Hawaiian Fish Tales

In seafood shacks, at gourmet tables, and especially during a stomach-defying live-fish auction, Reggie Nadelson discovers the true—and a new...

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What's So Haute About Ludlow?

R.W. Apple Jr. finds gastronomic bliss in Shropshire's thriving Michelin kitchens