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food politics

Blood and Chocolate

After 10 years of promises, protocols, and initiatives, the children of West Africa remain at the mercy of the cocoa industry.
cookbook club

Fried Chicken

Another chicken recipe making two dishes at once: fried chicken and a chicken soup. Use broth to cook pasta or rice for a soupy meal. (registration required)
May 2009

Book Review: Falling Cloudberries

The very best cookbooks have the power to take you on a journey.
May 2009
travel + culture

Travel Smart: Getting Creative in a Tough Economy

Gourmet’s travel editor reveals how to get the best deals on travel to your dream destination—and how to find great values while you’re there.
travel + culture

Postcard from Zimbabwe

It’s an unlikely—and to many, unfathomable—vacation destination. But a new coalition government could put this southern African country back on the map.

Cooking Schools: Peggy Markel

I picked up the old-fashioned bellows and crouched down to encourage the hot coals in my brazier. I was taking a tagine workshop, of all things.
May 2008
travel + culture

Letter from Marrakech

An estimated two thousand Arabian Nights–style lodgings exist in Marrakech, catering to the appetite of affluent Europeans for Moroccan sunshine and exoticism.

Ten February Favorites (2008)

Get a sneak peek at the recipes from this month's issue that we'll be making for years to come.

Chicken Tagine with Apricots and Spiced Pine Nuts

We found the savory, juicy meat (simmered with blood-orange preserves and apricots) and the spiced toasted pine nuts to be an absolutely delicious combination.
February 2008

Lamb Chops with Sun-Dried Tomato Butter

We found ourselves craving this sun-dried tomato butter, not just spreading it on lamb chops but also tossing it with orzo and smearing it onto slices of toast.
February 2008