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Shoppers at a supermercado in Havana that featured random leftovers from other countries, but no fresh meat or produce. (Photo: Lisette Poole for The New York Times)

Shoppers at a supermercado in Havana that featured random leftovers from other countries, but no fresh meat or produce. (Photo: Lisette Poole for The New York Times)

Some producers use fistfuls of garlic, others just pinches; some leave the liver in for the rich flavor it adds to the stuffing, while others consider that bizarre; some perfume the meat with rosemary, but many say that only fennel pollen has the true flavor of Umbria. (Photo: Chris Warde-Jones for The New York Times)

Paying Tribute to Porchetta, the Ancient Italian Pig Roast

Some producers use fistfuls of garlic, others just pinches; some leave the liver in for the rich flavor it adds to the stuffing, while others consider that bizarre; some perfume the meat with rosemary, but many say that only fennel pollen has the true flavor of Umbria. (Photo: Chris Warde-Jones for The New York Times)

Mrs. Beall wants to keep the family rituals and rhythms the same, especially when it comes to meals. (Photo: Shawn Poynter for The New York Times)

A Widow Takes the Helm at Blackberry Farm

Mrs. Beall wants to keep the family rituals and rhythms the same, especially when it comes to meals. (Photo: Shawn Poynter for The New York Times)

Residents in Cuba like Yolanda Horruitiner, above, shopping at a pricey farmers’ cooperative market, struggle to find ingredients to stock their kitchens. (Photo: Lisette Poole for The New York Times)

For Cuban Home Cooks, Ingenuity and Luck Are Key Ingredients

Residents in Cuba like Yolanda Horruitiner, above, shopping at a pricey farmers’ cooperative market, struggle to find ingredients to stock their kitchens. (Photo: Lisette Poole for The New York Times)

Once an area many avoided, a long-decaying stretch of Market Street is undergoing a revitalization, owing to culinary, tech and real estate interests.

A San Francisco Street Transformed by Food

Once an area many avoided, a long-decaying stretch of Market Street is undergoing a revitalization, owing to culinary, tech and real estate interests.

Panda Express, a buffet-style chain, plans to open in Manhattan in October. (Photo: Emily Berl for The New York Times)

Panda Express Takes a Second Run at New York

Panda Express, a buffet-style chain, plans to open in Manhattan in October. (Photo: Emily Berl for The New York Times)

The crowd at Antique Taco Chiquito in the Revival Food Hall in Chicago's Loop. (Photo: Nathan Weber for The New York Times)

A Food Hall Lures the Lunch Crowd in Chicago

The crowd at Antique Taco Chiquito in the Revival Food Hall in Chicago's Loop. (Photo: Nathan Weber for The New York Times)

Megan Kimble, the editor of Edible Baja Arizona magazine, shopping at a farmers’ market in Tucson. (Photo: Chris Hinkle for The New York Times)

Tucson Becomes an Unlikely Food Star

Megan Kimble, the editor of Edible Baja Arizona magazine, shopping at a farmers’ market in Tucson. (Photo: Chris Hinkle for The New York Times)

Claus Meyer recruited Gunnar Gislason, right, the chef of the New Nordic restaurant Dill, in Reykjavik, Iceland, to run the kitchen. (Photo: Karsten Moran for The New York Times)

All Aboard the Nordic Express, at Agern

Claus Meyer recruited Gunnar Gislason, right, the chef of the New Nordic restaurant Dill, in Reykjavik, Iceland, to run the kitchen. (Photo: Karsten Moran for The New York Times)

Eli Zabar’s markets and takeout shops dominate the Upper East Side. (Photo: Alex Welsh for The New York Times)

Eli Zabar’s Wine Cellar: It’s Not Chopped Liver

Eli Zabar’s markets and takeout shops dominate the Upper East Side. (Photo: Alex Welsh for The New York Times)

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