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Globe-Trotting Turkey Leftovers take on international accents in three delicious soups
All-American Zinfandel Ravenswood hosts a harvest dinner starring its versatile, robust wine.
From Here to Eternity Madeira improves with time, and Madeira time is measured not in years but in decades or centuries
The Wild West Coast A novelist tours Oregon's edge, known for its beauty, its seafood and the lingering presence of the irrepressible James Beard
A Southern Thanksgiving The legendary Edna Lewis and her culinary co-conspirator, Scott Peacock, create a sumptuous meal for an extended family
Rituals of Dinner Debra Lansing and Walker Zabriskie's Balinese designs bring a ceremonial grace to the table.
A Chefs' Tailgate When four chefs and a food writer get together to tailgate, the whole parking lot wants to party.

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State-of-the-Art Dining

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Cutting-Edge Kitchens Slip on a pair of chef's clogs (yes, home cooks are wearing them too) and check out the latest innovations
The Four-Hour Thanksgiving Feast Or, how to sleep late and still have time to make a marvelous Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings
Making History at Madison Park Danny Meyer continues his one-man urban renewal project with a stellar new restaurant that evokes old New York
The China Syndrome Asia's economy may be ailing, but its taste for fine wine is as healthy as ever
Intro to Phyllo This Middle Eastern dough and its exotic cousins are light, crisp and easy to use.
The Big Cheeses America is experiencing a cheese revolution. Here are six visionaries who are leading the charge
Souperwomen When disaster strikes--illness, marital strife, existential angst-- the Designated Soup Carrier grabs her ladle and flies to the rescue
Great Party Wines Experts name their favorite bottles to serve at home.
Upscale, Downscale From midtown Manhattan to a Vegas resort, luxury food courts are following the lead of their humbler cousins
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