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Photo of Morgan Goldberg

Morgan Goldberg

Morgan Goldberg has been writing for Food & Wine since 2015. Her articles on food, wine, travel, interior design, and architecture have also been published in Travel + Leisure, Eater, Food52, Architectural Digest's Clever, and more.

Expertise: Wine, Travel, Interior Design, Architecture
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Check out these special styles made with the material of the moment.
It's time to create the dumplings of your dreams at home.
We're keeping cool (and hydrated) with these pitchers for summer cocktails.
Check out these special styles made with the material of the moment.
It's time to create the dumplings of your dreams at home.
Mother’s Day is on the horizon and luckily for you, this season is ripe with new, beautiful cookbooks. A collection of incredible recipes that doubles as a coffee table accessory is the perfect gift for Mom. Here are 20 stellar cookbooks to gift your mother—or buy for yourself.
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If you plan on staying out of the kitchen this Christmas, we've got you covered.
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If you'll be in the city for the holiday and aren't planning on cooking, we've got you covered. 
Family is great and all, but we all know the holiday season is actually about eating. From big, juicy roasts to as many sides as we can fit on our plates, holiday meals are as deliciously plentiful as they come. Of course, the main event is dessert. We like the dessert table to be so filled with sweets that you can barely see the tablecloth. Of course, you have your traditional apple, pecan and pumpkin pies, but the fun kicks in when you get creative. That's why we're here with 30 days worth of holiday cakes and pies for you to bake throughout this festive season. We want you to get in the holiday spirit and make sure the addictive aroma of pie crust never leaves your kitchen. From triple-layer sour cream chocolate cake to buttermilk eggnog pie, we have all the recipes you need to make sure your guests will be coming back for seconds. Happy Holidays! –Morgan Goldberg
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When it comes to national food holidays, it's not often that we're moved to celebrate. But we see Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, which falls on the first Saturday of February, as a call to action. Though we definitely won't judge you for enjoying a morning scoop of ice cream any other day of the year, this day is the ultimate excuse. So, we've gathered our most breakfast-centric ice cream recipes—from coffee ice cream to oatmeal cookie ice cream sandwiches—to prepare you for the occasion. Rise and shine.