Best New Resorts for the Food-Obsessed Sage-roasted rabbit in Provence, fiery fish curry in Sri Lanka: The best new resort restaurants offer spectacular dishes like these in some of the most beautiful spots in the world.
Hanukkah - A Latke-Vodka Party At her whimsically updated Hanukkah bash, Brooklyn-raised chef Rachel Klein astounds her New England artist friends with wasabi creamtopped sweet-potato latkes and an array of terrific new vodkas.
Chocolate America's most exciting chocolate innovators share their best recipes for indulgent holiday gifts.
Wine Travel - Bad Boy of Bordeaux Rich and restless Bernard Magrez is shaking up Bordeaux with his iconoclastic "micro-cuvées." Peter Hellman pays the renegade a visit.
Design - Hotel Room or Art Exhibit? At these trendsetting hotels, art is all over the place—not all of it in frames. Writer Kate Sekules checks out the best artist- and architect-designed rooms.
Must-Have Books of 2005 F&W sorted through hundreds of books to find the 19 spectacular ones here—all perfect for the passionate cook, wine lover or reader.
Michael Mina's Luxurious Christmas Weekend On Christmas Eve, star San Francisco chef Michael Mina and his family have a sleepover at the Westin St. Francis hotel, site of his eponymous restaurant, before heading home for a magnificent Christmas dinner.
Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts of Good Taste Our editors hunted down the most spectacular holiday gifts in a range of prices. We also snagged special discounts exclusively for F&W readers—just look for the red "deal" labels.
Travel - Why Smart Skiers Are Racing to Utah Salt Lake City is a direct flight from almost every big U.S. city—and the skiing nearby is phenomenal. Writer Vicky Lowry, who sometimes hops the 7:20 a.m. flight from New York so she can be on the slopes by noon, shares insider tips on where to eat, ski and stay.
Pampering With a Clean Conscience The sumptuous El Monte Sagrado resort in Taos, New Mexico, indulges guests with environmentally sensitive spa treatments and delicious food.