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Mouton Rothschild Labels Itself as Chinese-Friendly The Bordeaux vineyard’s 2018 vintage will speak to the world’s biggest market for French wine

Below the Salt A new book, Scoff, determines people’s social standing by the food they eat and when they eat it

Zen and the Kitchen Arts of Nigella Lawson She’s back, with a cookbook (and life wisdom) for these times

Restaurant Roulette On New York City’s first night of indoor dining in six months, our editors ate at Daniel, now known as Boulud Sur Mer

The Waverly Inn Is Still Cooking As the Greenwich Village restaurant celebrates its 100th anniversary, a writer recounts its storied history

Ariel Arce A young restaurateur is reimagining the city’s dining-and-drinking experience

Sobering Developments Is it even drinking if there’s no alcohol involved? One woman investigates the trend of excessively responsible imbibing …

Food Fight Despite pub grub’s mixed reputation, English cuisine is finer than ever

Hold the Dairy The craze for a healthier, tastier alterna-milk has turned Oatly into a $2 billion success story

Preserve and Protect Gourmands around the world know that Bonne Maman glorifies the French tradition of jam-making. But just how does the ultra-secretive operation do it?

Meta-Meat Nothing says “Continental” cuisine like hot-dog lasagna

Au Revoir, Le Caprice The fashionable London restaurant—whose regulars have included Lady Di, Vivienne Westwood, and Mick Jagger—won’t be reopening after lockdown

Take a Deep Breath Thanks to a $56,000 ventilation system, fine dining welcomes back Parisians at Alain Ducasse’s Allard

Hunger Games Despite the pandemic, enterprising young chef Alexia Duchêne is determined to keep Parisians well fed

Is This New York’s Best Pizza Right Now? A critic discovers a four-star chef making mouthwatering takeout in Little Italy

Julie Jones The British baker’s artistic confections are inspiring isolated amateurs around the world

Is This the World’s Most Popular Rosé? Developed specifically to be drunk with ice, this wine might just save France’s post-coronavirus vineyards

Finding the Opening in Closure Although the celebrated River Café’s doors are temporarily shut, with a little imagination we can still taste the deliciousness

Much-Kneaded Relief Suddenly, we’re all … making our own bread? These days, carbo-loading is the yeast of our worries

Chef’s Surprise The secret ingredient to a memorable dinner party

Bordeaux Is Getting Crushed Shifting tastes drive a drastic plummet in sales

Pantries in a Twist At 60, the glamorous gourmande Nigella Lawson has taken herself off the boil