A Refuge In Acadia In the pristine Canadian wilderness, a rustic lodge with its own restaurant, cooking school and dairy celebrates the true flavors of Nova Scotia.
Fight Club When FW's travel editor published a book about her exploits as a pro boxer, we celebrated with a cocktail party that pulled no punches.
My Best Friend's Wedding Cake She wanted to make the cake for her best friend's wedding. And nothing (not even a plea from the bride) was going to stop her.
Kitchens: Julia's Top 10 Julia Child reveals the objects of her affection, from tongs to kitchen towels. And oh, that La Cornue stove.
Quick recipes from Michael Roberts From a no-stir risotto to a practically no-chop stir-fry, cookbook author Michael Roberts uses clever shortcuts to make slow recipes fast and fast recipes faster.
The Promised Land of Pinot Noir On a road trip through Oregon's lovely Willamette Valley, a writer tracks down five talented winemakers who are quietly making some of the best Pinot Noirs in America.
Perfect Grilling The secrets to getting the most out of your backyard barbecue, revealed by America's leading guru of the grill.
The Next Asian Cuisine A Chicago chef is helping Americans discover the Philippines' unique fusion of Latin and Asian flavors.
Outdoor Cooking: BBQ & Grilling Guide Brush up on the latest news: the trendsetters, the new equipment and the best mail-order sources.
When Rori Met Luca: A Food & Wine Love Story She's a food stylist; he's a photographer. They fell in love at a FOOD & WINE photo shoot. Needless to say, we got the scoop on their wedding--and their delicious menu.
A Chef's Freewheeling Picnic Michael Kramer was a pro on the bicycle-racing circuit--until he decided to become a chef. Now one of Charleston's best, he combines his two passions with a cyclists' picnic.