A roundup of some noteworthy recent books on jewelers and their jewelry.
A cookbook collector catalogues a few of the many volumes that have helped him explore and enjoy the byways of American cuisine.
On the culinary cultural buffet that is the Southern Food and Beverage Museum in New Orleans.
An indoor folly at the Grolier Club hearkens back to the taverns of old New Amsterdam.
All about the renaissance of the landmark nineteenth-century Brooklyn restaurant Gage & Tollner.
Curator Leslie B. Grigsby describes the wineglass that stole her heart.
An overlooked metal gets the spotlight at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
A current exhibition at the Norton Simon Museum examines the many meanings of the edible in art.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art introduces audiences to the life and work of Juan de Pareja, an artist who was an enslaved studio assistant of Diego Velasquez.
Early modern traditions of European dining service and spectacle are examined at the Bard Graduate Center.