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How baking shows changed my relationship with my daughter

Our cake-making days are all the more precious now

This expat teaches cooking in an 18th century farmhouse. Here’s what ‘French Thanksgiving’ looks like in her home.

Cookbook author Kate Hill traveled Europe by barge before settling in southwestern France

My grandmother made spaghetti in a coffeepot. She was a terrible cook, but an incredible woman.

Plus, five cookbook authors share treasured childhood food memories

I’m saying goodbye to Amsterdam. Here are the 7 places I’ll miss.

I moved to Amsterdam to follow love; what I found there were pieces of myself I had lost

The Lily’s 2019 gift guide: The 35 coolest women-made gifts

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A legendary French female chef won’t reveal her secrets or stories, but her former assistant will. In this novel, he does.

An excerpt from ‘The Cheffe,’ by Marie NDiaye

You can’t eat anything at this New York City deli, but customers keep coming

British artist Lucy Sparrow opened a new exhibition, ‘Delicatessen on 6th,’ in Rockefeller Center this month

I’m saying goodbye to Charlotte, N.C. Here are the 7 places I’ll miss.

Charlotte will forever be the place where I started my life and spent a very defining part of it

Do you crave chocolate when you’re going through PMS? You’re not alone, according to this research.

Plus, tips for getting rid of monthly cravings

Instagram’s ‘clean eating’ culture is everywhere. It could be giving rise to a little-known eating disorder.

Orthorexia nervosa is a growing concern among dietitians