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  • Culinary SOS: Chowder and biscuits from Nova Scotia

    Culinary SOS: Chowder and biscuits from Nova Scotia
    Dear SOS: I recently returned from a cruise to northeastern Canada and the U.S. While visiting Halifax, Nova Scotia, our tour took us to a charming Irish pub called Durty Nelly's for lunch. Several in our group ordered the seafood chowder. It was a delicious, creamy, flavorful and hearty bowl of chowder, but not fishy tasting. Can you please try to get the recipe?
  • The ultimate sea urchin experience

    The ultimate sea urchin experience
    I remember someone three seats down from me at Ginza Sushi-ko (the predecessor of Urasawa), eating an entire box of the ochre uni that Masa Takayama had specially sourced. Sometimes, if you were lucky, he'd hand you a cone of exquisite black green toasted...

    Critic's Choice: Beautiful scenes for summer dining

    Critic's Choice: Beautiful scenes for summer dining
    Southern California is all about long summer evenings warm enough to linger over dinner. A meal enjoyed outside or, better yet, near the water seems to taste even better and becomes a delightful respite after a day spent chasing down phone calls, tweets,...

    Wine of the Week: 2011 Inama Soave Classico

    Wine of the Week: 2011 Inama Soave Classico
    Soave. I love to roll that word around in my mouth. Pronounced "suave-ay," Soave Classico is perfect summer drinking, especially this example from third-generation winemaker Stefano Inama. The grapes for his Soave Classico come from 30-year-old vines, and...

    6,297 Chinese restaurants and hungry for more

    6,297 Chinese restaurants and hungry for more
    The television cameras roll as Los Angeles attorney David Chan places the first forkful of cashew chicken in his mouth. The crowd at Leong's Asian Diner in Springfield, Mo., falls silent as he chews and squints in the glare of the lights....