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Save your Thanksgiving turkey carcass to make a satisfying Italian-inspired soup.
From Wyatt Earp’s Gravesite to Alcatraz, Death Valley to Catalina Island, the Golden State is full of history.
It is easy to imagine the excitement of 17-year-old James Willard Schultz as the steamboat pulled away from the docks in St. Louis on a warm April morning in 1877.
Whether produce or protein, this chef Kelly Liken gives diners a quintessential taste of the Centennial State.
The founder of Rancho Gordo specializes in heirloom beans, the ultimate slow food. Consider him the Keeper of the Bean.
One of the top names in cattle ranching is a chef’s prime partner.
For author Lisa Fain, distance from her home state has added a fresh perspective on her favorite flavors.
This high-end sipping spirit shines without the “wince factor.”
C&I remembers the hard-lived legend whose voice became synonymous with country music.