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Joan Didion, a master of rhythm and of the meaning of the unsaid, was remembered Wednesday as an inspiring and fearless writer and valued, exacting and sometimes eccentric friend. She was described as a woman who didn’t like to speak on the phone unless asked to or who might serve chocolate soufflés at a child’s birthday party because she didn’t know how to bake a cake. Carl Bernstein, Donna Tartt and Fran Liebowitz were among those attending, along with relatives, friends and editors and other colleagues from The New Yorker and her last publishing house, Penguin Random House.

Julio Davila, owner of Latin Spot, in Brattleboro, Vt., has a passion for cooking and looks to bring  Puerto Rican dishes to Brattleboro.

After a long day of driving and preparing a gourmet meal, Margie Gilles enjoys her dinner of rack of lamb, roasted acorn squash and rice pilaf…

Margie Gilles plates her rack of lamb, roasted acorn squash and rice pilaf that she prepared on a portable induction cooktop and air fryer in …

Dina McKinney, who lives and eats in her truck year-round, at a stop in Hartford, Conn., on Dec. 15. A shortage of drivers, supply-chain issue…

Melissa Cheshire and Vincent Louque, who drive together, cook with local ingredients they find at grocery stores in each city they visit, in C…

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Let’s talk about three glorious workhorses of the late-summer vegetable garden, farm stand or kitchen: tomatoes, corn and zucchini.

Anyone with a garden is working feverishly to make use of their tomatoes and zucchini, and anyone with access to a farmer’s market is likewise piling up those items, along with fresh sweet corn.