Nothing says "celebration" more than a fancy plate of meat.
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If the foodies of the world haven't noticed, Michelin certainly has.
Enjoy the tradition of Parma!
Pizza, in my opinion, is the number one food that company elevates. Maybe that's why, if you flip through the journal, you'll see that pizza parties dominate the Schmidt scene.
If you love Italian food, you must watch this video.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and so the tradition of salting, smoking and air drying was born.
One of the joys of charcuterie is that great cured meats can and do come from anywhere.
We're going to start today with the easiest part of charcuterie: eating it.
Just imagine. All you do is put together a platter of store-bought ingredients and present it to your guests. That's mostly what antipasti entails. Th...
Winemaker Rudy Marchesi has crafted his life around a world devoted to food. He has carved out a communal "little five acre food oasis" he calls home.
A great cookbook is like a good friend: it is ever-present, reliable and trustworthy, offering unequivocal pleasures, comfort when comfort is needed, joy in the everyday.
We can't stop wrapping things in salty ham.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Police in Salt Lake City are trying to find a thief with a discriminating palate who broke into a deli and stole its finest meats an...
It seems wrong, with the economy having been in recession or on the verge of recession for so many months, to even think about the idea of eating a fo...
Nils and I recently visited the great state of Kentucky, home to some of the finest country ham producers in the world - including Finchville Farms.
A true ham is a rear leg of a hog from hip to knee. Most have a bone in it, but some are boneless. Sounds simple, right? I wish.
I love eating pig. If, God forbid, I had to forsake all meats but one, I would cling to pork. And I honestly believe my passion for "the other white...
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