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  • Clarissa Dickson Wright, half of the 'Two Fat Ladies' duo, dies

    Clarissa Dickson Wright, half of the 'Two Fat Ladies' duo, dies
    Clarissa Dickson Wright, the unlikely television star who shook up the food world from a motorcycle sidecar, died Saturday. Wright, half of the “Two Fat Ladies,” a series that featured Wright and co-host Jennifer Patterson touring the English countryside cooking and dispensing pithy comments, was 66 and "hadn't been well for a while" according to her agents.
  • Chicago Chef Week returns, runs through Friday

    Chicago Chef Week returns, runs through Friday
    Here's a good reason to make this week one for dining out: Chicago Chef Week has returned. The promotion, identical in structure to the annual Chicago Restaurant Week, offers three-course lunches ($22) and four-course dinners ($44) at more than 80...

    Gunmen storm Kabul restaurant; 3 U.N. personnel among 14 killed

    KABUL, Afghanistan -- In one of the deadliest attacks in the Afghan capital in months, a team of attackers stormed a Lebanese restaurant popular with Westerners on Friday night and sprayed gunfire across the busy dining room, killing at least 14 people...

    Under the spell of Highclere Castle and 'Downton Abbey'

    Under the spell of Highclere Castle and 'Downton Abbey'
    NEWBURY, England — He is a farmer, she says, and she is a farmer's wife. They are active in their community. She writes a bit on the side, her writing room only recently having been wired for electricity. On my recent visit to her home, she was...

    Kolkata is fertile ground for Indian ghost stories

    Kolkata is fertile ground for Indian ghost stories
    KOLKATA, India — Rumors swept Kolkata this year that a runaway boy spent the night beside a 4,000-year-old Egyptian mummy in the Indian Museum, a building with a reputation for being haunted. The local media wrote it up, and a crowd, including...