Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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F&W Pets

Julia Child’s legendary editor, Judith Jones, is cooking for a new companion—her Havanese pup. Here’s why that’s not as crazy as it sounds.

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F&W Pets

Today, New York City's Tompkins Square Dog Park will host its notorious annual Halloween Dog Parade. If you're looking for a little Halloween dog costume inspiration, here are 19 terrific options.

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F&W Pets

In celebration of Wine Week at F&W, we’ll be posting the absolute cutest winery pets on Instagram

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F&W Pets

Food & Wine pet Abby loves hard cheese, and here she is enjoying a 24-month aged Parmigiano-Reggiano from Manhattan's Murray's Cheese.

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F&W Pets

Recently, news broke that made-in-China dog jerky treats had killed about 600 pets (mostly dogs, along with almost a dozen cats) and made thousands more ill. Poor guys. The FDA's veterinary medicine chief, Dr. Bernadette Dunham, called it "One of the most elusive and mysterious outbreaks we've encountered."

I hate that headline. I love my two cats, Lily Gorilla and Coco, who, I'm afraid, are pretty spoiled. (They occasionally score leftovers from the Food & Wine Test Kitchen and from restaurants around New York City.) Still, there are some lengths I'm not ready to go to, like paying $1,000 for treats. Here are some of the more extravagant things people are doing for their pets. And before my cats start feeling left out, I'll note that they're all geared toward dogs. Read more >

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