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We’ll never know what Homo erectus and the rest of our pre-written-word ancestors were cooking, but luckily today we’ve gone beyond the oral tradition and made cooking a form of literature in recipes. Whether you want to make cornbread the way your grandma used to, you’re looking for guidance on cheesemaking, or don’t know where to begin with carving a turkey, check out the articles below for food-making enlightenment.

To cure my winter blues, I’ve been cooking my way to Mexico.
Macau and Canton are especially known for their almond biscuit bakeries.
A sweet cloudy yellow lemon burst of sunshine that cleans the roof of your palate.
The rustic kitchen of a remote organic farm in Panama became my personal laboratory.
"But I haven't often sat back and thought about the tools used behind the scenes."
You probably won't find these recipes in your mother's cookbook.
Learn to cook a turkey in a trash can, in a smoker or on the BBQ.
Spiced wine to warm your belly, pumpkin seeds to munch as you cozy up to your favorite...
The What Took You So Long crew brings us camel curd making 101 live from Mongolia.
In the spirit of adding a little giddy-up to a dietary staple, here are eight ways to...
Seven campfire dessert recipes to cosy up with under the stars.
Find out what a phuchka is, where to find them, how to eat them like a local and how you...
Neha Puntambekar escapes the traditional Indian kitchen and learns to love cooking with...
If you've tried these foods, we would love to have your input.
Everyone should have a solid bolognese fall back recipe.
Sara Clarke shows you how to make your own cheese.
Virtual heart attack, Canadian style.
Changing the world's unhealthy eating habits, one burger joint at a time.
The simple magic of Vermont maple syrup to a Canadian teaching in Istanbul.
Wishing you a happy Holi day filled with flying color, bhang thandai and all the vadas...
No one wants to eat that soggy, wrinkly carrot at the bottom of the vegetable drawer....
No more nibbling, gnawing and navigating your way around tiny chicken bones. Suddenly,...
Fabulous, disgusting and awe inspiring websites that will take your culinary imagination...
The Without Borders boys learn how to make Banh Xeo, a vietnamese specialty, from not...
The French have got croissants. Greeks, pita bread. And Swedes? Photojournalist and...