International Style More and more wines around the planet are made in a fruit-driven, well-oaked, so-called New World style. How does this affect the choices at your local store?
Hong Kong Revisited When the Chinese took control of Hong Kong, fans of the city worried that its restaurants were doomed. The truth, as the author learns on a return visit, is far more interesting.
Michael Graves's Top 15 The visionary behind monumental hotels and iconic teapots talks about democratic design and the things that embody it.
Hold the Turkey After 15 years in America, one immigrant decided to put her own spin on Thanksgiving. She's still spinning.
The World's Tapas Capital The style-hungry crowd has discovered the new-wave tapas bars and avant-garde restaurants of Seville.
Second City All pumped up with ambition, invention and razzle-dazzle, Chicago has become the second most exciting restaurant town in America.
Thanksgiving Recipes: Master Recipe Index We've assembled a collection of our favorite Thanksgiving dishes, from starters to desserts.
Zin Is In Columnist Lettie Teague discovers that her love of Zinfandel has put her at the height of fashion, for once.
Adventures of Cider Man Steve Wood admits that the tiny apples he grows are "revolting." But when he ferments and bottles them, they make a drink as sophisticated as Champagne.
20 Thanksgiving Favorites Updated Thanksgiving can challenge even a sophisticated cook—perhaps because the most beloved dishes sometimes feel a little outdated. The F&W Test Kitchen gives these recipes a delicious makeover.
Eat Well, Do Good Chefs, restaurateurs and other food pros tell us about their favorite causes. Plus, what you can do to make a difference.
Burgundy Without a Map On a driving tour through wine country, a lost and hungry man learns to take directions from his sexy navigator. Too bad she isn't real.