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The Good Life : Good Life Guide

Olive Oil

Olive oil may seem simple. The olive is a fruit. Its oil is its juice. Virgin oil is mechanically pressed without using heat or chemical processes....more

Posted: October 1, 2006    By Warren Kalbacker


The Good Life : Good Life Guide

Sausage

If you don't think that ground scraps of meat, fat and spices stuffed into intestine-like casings makes for gourmet eating, consider the world of...more

Posted: August 1, 2006    By Michael Marsh


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Maine Lobsters

Boiled or baked? Hard shell or soft? Large or small? Male or female? Eaten with fingers or with a delicate seafood fork? There's not much consensus...more

Posted: June 1, 2006    By Warren Kalbacker


The Good Life : Good Life Guide

Better Bacon

Bacon is the ultimate comfort food and the only thing better than waking up to the smell of it in the skillet is its fatty, greasy, delicious taste....more

Posted: April 1, 2006    By Michael Marsh


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Vacherin Mont-D'Or

When the days turn cold and darkness comes early, a man's fancy turns to thoughts of soul-warming evenings spent in front of a fire of well-cured...more

Posted: February 1, 2006    By David Savona


The Good Life : Good Life Guide

Prime Rib Roast

Before we invented Thanksgiving, dooming millions of turkeys each November, the feast of choice at holiday celebrations was rib roast. Once you've...more

Posted: December 1, 2005    By Warren Kalbacker


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Terrific Tea

Tibetan Tiger, Iron Goddess and Dragon Well may sound like cocktails concocted at a trendy bar, but don't look in a shot glass for these hip...more

Posted: October 1, 2005    By Allison Napjus


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The Outdoor Room

With nest-feathering more popular than ever, home-owners are accomplishing easy home expansion with the outdoor room: a porch or patio tricked out...more

Posted: August 1, 2005    By Michael Marsh


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Great Knive

Once you have fire, you need steel. For a man, knives are the essential tools for cooking. You can collect colanders, measuring cups, mixers and...more

Posted: May 1, 2005    By Jack Bettridge


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Oyster Terroir

Ever wonder why a Malaspina oyster from near Vancouver Island might offer a flavor of artichokes with undertones of metals and salt, while a Maine...more

Posted: April 1, 2005    By Warren Kalbacker


The Good Life : Good Life Guide

Great Chocolate

Come Valentine's Day, resist the urge to reach for the standard-issue, cellophane-wrapped heart full of ordinary chocolates and treat the object of...more

Posted: February 1, 2005    By David Savona


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Heritage Turkey

Free-range turkey may be the rage of the natural-food set, but the holiday bird lover who really wants to get close to how the pilgrims experienced...more

Posted: December 1, 2004    By Warren Kalbacker


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