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Turkish Delight

Everything I Now Want After Attending the Masters


Everything I Now Want After Attending the Masters

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Inside Noma


Inside Noma

In search of obsession, the discovery of something far more powerful inside the...

De Boer on the move in the dining room, the main bar and open kitchen in view.


Old-Fashioned Luxury, With Simple Ingredients

With Stissing House, Clare de Boer brings her fresh, unfussy food to Pine Plains,...

What’s the one magazine—besides her own—that The World of Interiors founding editor Min Hogg simply can’t live without? Cornucopia, an Istanbul-published English-language bible of all things Ottoman, from travel to food to design. “It arrives and I drop everything,” she says. “The Turkish Empire was once so wonderfully big—India, Persia, Central Asia, Mongolia. Cornucopia brings to life all these places and does so in an intelligent, beautiful way.” $50 a year for three issues; 971-244-8802;


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