The electric multicooker has been an essential tool in these home cooks’ kitchens, in part because it brings them closer to their heritage.
In New Hampshire, it wasn't always this easy to get mangosteens and other produce from Asia and Africa. But with immigrant communities growing in the area, some locals are finding ways to get familiar foods from back home onto the plates of Nepalese, Bhutanese and other immigrants here in the US..
It turns out that the late fall and winter of 1970 was a turning point in America's culinary world. Three cooking legends met in the south of France by accident, and helped define a new American food scene.