We’ve traversed fields dotted with corn, potatoes, oats and tomatoes. We’ve tasted maple syrup directly from Pennsylvania tree trunks, picked cherries from the trees of Northern Michigan and hopped on a boat to catch wild salmon in Sitka, Alaska.
Yes, it’s been quite a (tasty) ride. Let’s look back at the stories you read most in 2021.
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Three Chicago chefs serve up their favorite potato recipes, from sweet frites to au gratin and even a potato salad.
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A head brewer schools us on everything to know about German styles, from saisons to stouts.
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