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Your Dog, the Gourmet

Your Dog, the Gourmet

If your dog has such a great sense of smell, why is he eating your old socks? READ MORE

Three Times an Entrée

Three Times an Entrée

Double entendres aside, three-ways have been offered up since the Yuan dynasty. READ MORE

How to Cut a Chicken into Eight Serving Pieces

How to Cut a Chicken into Eight Serving Pieces

Associate food editor Regan Burns demonstrates how to joint a chicken. READ MORE

Welcome to CHOW

Welcome to CHOW, a website devoted to the pleasure of food and drink. Come in and look around; you'll find everything we wanted to do in print, as well as all the features that the Web allows. READ MORE

Down-Home Prosciutto

Down-Home Prosciutto

The country ham is our native prosciutto or serrano, though most Southerners wouldn’t dream of throwing an uncooked leg on a deli slicer and shaving some to go with the asparagus. Most Northerners, meanwhile, have never heard of it. READ MORE

Which One of These Is Fake?

When you buy a bottle of Coca-Cola, you expect it to be bottled at a Coca-Cola distributor and not be a rinsed-out “genuine Coca-Cola bottle” filled with a “cola-like carbonated beverage." READ MORE

Masters of the Bean

Masters of the Bean

Today’s coffee connoisseurs want to be on a first-name basis with their roaster. They want to know not only which country the beans came from but which region, or even which “estate.” They obsess over freshness and brew time and water temperature. READ MORE

How Much Do You Love Me?

Rule #1: don’t ever bring anyone a $2 bottle. Ever. READ MORE

Illegal Cheese

Illegal Cheese

You know, it's just not a party until somebody busts out the illegal substance. That somebody can be you. READ MORE

Cubicle Cuisine

Cubicle Cuisine

The perfect brown-bag lunch would be part store-bought, part easy-home-made, it wouldn’t take long to assemble the night before. Just like childhood lunch-box spreads, it would have multiple pieces, including snack and cookies. READ MORE