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Ice Cream

Photograph by Edmund BarrIce cream sundaes, floats, sandwiches, and bars may seem all-American—indeed, a New Jersey woman invented the handcranked freezer, and the 1904 St....

Comida

Photograph by Edmund BarrSoledad Lopez introduced Oaxaca’s complex saucy moles and earthy cured meats to L.A. diners when she opened Guelaguetza in 1994. Her tiny...

Mother's Day

Photograph by Elon Schoenholz1 Saddle Peak Lodge This is one scenic patio (right). A special prix fixe menu offers eggs Benedict with Nueske’s bacon and eggnog French...

Vegetarian Cuisine

Photograph by Edmund BarrThe vegetarian cooks of India’s southernmost states use ground beans and grains to create a panoply of multitextured dishes. Their crispy crepe-style...

Cuban Cuisine

Photograph by Edmund BarrCuba's food is a rich fusion. Born in the kitchens of sugar plantations, its recipes evolved as slave cooks learned European techniques...

Gelato

Photograph by Shutterstock1. Gelato BarGail Silverton’s little spot serves the most intensely flavored gelati we found. Scoops of berry, banana, and honey-fig mascarpone taste plucked from...

Chocolates

Photograph by Maryellen Baker1. Madame Chocolat Hasty Khoei, who worked under chocolate king Jacques Torres, uses spanking-fresh fruits in her pieces, perhaps the best in town. »...

Falafel

Photograph by Edmund Barr“The national snack of Egypt” and “the Israeli hot dog” are among falafel’s many monikers. The Middle Eastern mainstay is made of...