Why Everything You Know About Scottish Food Might Be a Myth
From the whisky sold in foreign liquor stores to tartan-boxed shortbread clutched by Edinburgh tourists, we’re told that Scotland’s food is rooted in history. But many traditional dishes aren’t as “Scottish” as we might think.
The Feast that Proved Alain Passard Is Still a Master of Meat
Culinary legend Alain Passard made his mark on the vegetable kingdom, but for one night, I watched him cook a feast of wild game with reckless abandon.
There Was No Roadkill on the Menu at the West Virginia Roadkill Festival
I came to West Virginia to attend the annual West Virginia Roadkill Cook-off and Autumn Harvest Festival in Marlinton, where I expected to feast on freshly run over animals, but what I ended up experiencing was a spectacle for tourists visiting the...