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A Baker’s Crusade: Rescuing the Famed French Boulangerie
By STEPHANIE STROM
As France’s bread falters in sales and quality, Pascal Rigo has returned home from a corporate career in America to start a chain of small bakeries.

How to Throw a Relaxed Parisian Dinner Party
By SARA LIEBERMAN
The Beirut-born designer Rabih Kayrouz cooks Lebanese food, serves it under candlelight — and always leaves time for dancing.

Vatican Refuses to Go Gluten Free at Communion
By SEWELL CHAN
Breads made with rice, potato, tapioca or other flours in place of wheat aren’t allowed for communion, Vatican says.

Animal Welfare Groups Have a New Tool: Virtual Reality
By STEPHANIE STROM
Two organizations have just released videos showing mistreatment in the meat industry, and others plan to join in.


How to Feed Your Summer Crowd Without Going Crazy
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER
This season can be the worst, with kids home from school and friends dropping in. But here are methods for dealing with the madness.
Recipe: Slow-Cooker Butter Chicken

CITY KITCHEN


The Best Thing You’re Not Grilling
By DAVID TANIS
While everyone loves crisp, deep-fried calamari, it is worth discovering other ways to cook squid. It is marvelous grilled, and as part of a spicy, verdant salad.
Recipe: Spicy Grilled Squid and Green Bean Salad

What to Cook Right Now
By SAM SIFTON
Pull out your slow cooker and try a new recipe for butter chicken, or go easy on yourself with perfect instant ramen or pan-roasted fish.

New Spice Company Sells Seasonings From the Source
By FLORENCE FABRICANT
Burlap & Barrel buys its uncommon spices, including wild kombu powder and sweet elephant ginger, from small farms all over the world.

EAT


The Hard-Earned Richness of Wild-Caught Salmon
By SAM SIFTON
Recipe: Pan-Roasted Salmon With Jalapeño

A Spirit With an Identity Complex


By FLORENCE FABRICANT
Strict definitions may remove the One and Only Buckwheat from the whiskey column, but it still sips like one.

THE POUR
Aligoté, Burgundy’s Other White Grape, Makes Its Case
By ERIC ASIMOV
In the hands of producers who cherish its heritage, the often despised aligoté grape expresses the region’s terroir in wonderful wines full of character.

THE POUR
20 Wines Under $20: The Savory Side of Rosé
By ERIC ASIMOV
The best rosés hide among the annual deluge of fashionable summer wines. Seek them out and find a delicious reward.

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