Food and Wine Archive

Canal House Cooking, Volume 2 (Fall & Holiday) - When last we left Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, they had triumphantly self-published Canal House Cooking Volume No. 1 --- and we had adopted it as our never-fail summer cookbook.

Canal House Cooking, Volume No. 1 - Remember May? You can't forget it --- it was the warmest May on record in our hemisphere (and the 327th consecutive month in which global temperatures exceeded the global average). Remember June? Warm,

Canal House Cooking, Volume No. 2 - When last we left Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, they had triumphantly self-published Canal House Cooking Volume No. 1 --- and we had adopted it as our never-fail summer cookbook.

Canal House Cooking, Volume No. 3 - Canal House Cooking, Volume No. 3 arrived the other day, and we greeted it like a visit from an old friend who shows up just as you’re starting to miss

Canal House Cooks Every Day - We were giving a dinner for an Important Person, so we made up a guest list of friends we regard as Important. Of course we invited Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer,

Charlotte au Chocolat: Memories of a Restaurant Girlhood - Guest Butler Elizabeth Benedict is the author of five novels and The Joy of Writing Sex: A Guide for Fiction Writers. She recently edited the anthology Mentors, Muses & Monsters: 30 Writers

Chocolate and Zucchini: Daily Adventures in a Parisian Kitchen - We may like to think that French women are genetically inclined to greatness in the kitchen. Clotilde Dusoulier is proof they're not. Really, she says, food

Cider Beans, Wild Greens, and Dandelion Jelly: Recipes from Southern Appalachia - “My place, in the midst of this abundance of nature, is back in a mountain hollow on a bad dirt road surrounded by forest, wild blackberries, mountain critters, wildflowers, a

Clotilde’s Edible Adventures in Paris - There's always a Parisian who sees her city with wide-eyed romanticism --- and finds gold in that innocence.  As Clotilde Dusolier walked her city, she learned to worship at the

Connecting the Dots: How Sweet It Isn’t - It was a dinner so healthy I'd be a monster not to share the recipe. It's from The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook, by Ina Garten, who also

Cook What You Love: Simple, Flavorful Recipes to Make Again and Again - It's easy to love --- or envy --- Melinda and Bob Blanchard. They have a charmed life: a restaurant on a Caribbean island so popular that people fly

Cornelia Guest’s Simple Pleasures: Healthy Seasonal Cooking and Easy Entertaining - If you want to be taken seriously, you might not want to be a socialite. Cornelia Cochrane Churchill Guest’s father was Winston Frederick Churchill Guest, an international polo star and a

Da Silvano Cookbook: Simple Secrets from New York ‘s Favorite Italian Restaurant - Da Silvano is one of the great restaurants of New York . Has been for 25 years. Great, of course, because Famous People say it's great (and go there so

Danny Meyer: Setting the Table - Two things happened last week. First, as you know, white men voted to give more expensive health care to people who need more care at lower cost not because these

Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: An All-American Road Trip - Guy Fieri has blond hair, short and spiked. He favors home-boy basketball shorts. He wears his sunglasses reversed, the better to shade the eyes on the back on

Eat Me - The title says it all. Kenny Shopsin is profane, hard on customers, full of big ideas that are as important to him as anything he'll put on your plate. If your

Eating Delancey: A Celebration of Jewish Food - I was to have dinner with two French women. “You choose the restaurant,” they said. A no-brainer: I chose Katz’s Deli. We ordered pastrami sandwiches at the counter, gobbled samples

Eating to Live - Food prices rose about 4% in 2007, and just as money starts getting tight for many Americans, food prices are expected to rise another 4% this year. But

Everyday Harumi - Harumi Kurihara is almost unknown in America, but in Japan, she’s a household name --- literally. Like: 52 shops in department stores. Like: 12 cafes and restaurants. Like: books and

Everyday Indian: 100 Fast, Fresh and Healthy Recipes - If we are thinking about healthy food with lots of flavor, we gravitate to the cuisines of China and Japan. They use meat, but chopped and sliced and diced so