The American: For Italy & the World
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Between the lines
Suzanne divides her time between the U.S, Italy and southern France.
Pondering food can push you light years away from enjoying what goes into your mouth.
Amid unfolding natural tragedy and tales of woe, it takes a cook to tell you where to seek refuge: in the kitchen.
Hot enough inside? Longing for a cool dish? Turn to the trusty potato and get creative
Discovering a letter from Rome written in 1987 lets you take a walk in another world, though much endures.
Saying "no thanks" to a wide variety of foods is a Western affliction that cuts out whole segments of the world's bounty and insults the poor.