In her most recent column, Bone Deep, contributor Deepi Ahluwalia examines how our appreciation of flavors—and our acceptance of one another—can evolve.
Los Angeles, California | Commentary
In Los Angeles, writer/photographer Deepi Ahluwalia and Life & Thyme collaborated to present Doyenne: Female Force in Food to benefit Planned Parenthood.
The winter season brings more than nourishing meals; libations from around the globe make for a festive fireside or gathering of family and friends.
Around the world, the close of the year may be signified by different customs, ceremonies or dishes, but the sentiment of peace and love is the same.
Los Angeles, California | Food
Starting in Ohio—and now with locations around the country—Jeni Britton Bauer strives to improve the sweet world of ice cream with better business practices.
Beer & Wine
With a long history of agricultural and celebratory significance, beer has long been linked with the harvest month of October.
In the culinary world and beyond, the difference between influence and appreciation collide in questions of cultural appropriation.
A look at some of the foods we casually enjoy today, their long histories, and deep cultural associations.
Mother Earth | Commentary
The concept of terroir is well known in the wine world, but its significance can be found in a range of products, as Deepi Ahluwalia explores in this installment of Bone Deep.
Guadalajara, Mexico | Food
Issue Six of Life & Thyme is an exploration of heat; through the recipe for Torta Ahogada, we enjoy a spicy preparation of the Mexican pepper, Chile De Árbol.
Canada | Food
Maple syrup, perogies and poutine are among some of the multicultural dishes that comprise Canada’s diversely influenced cuisine––and inspire a love of it.
California | Commentary
On our final installment of our California drought series, Contributor Deepi Ahluwalia visits restaurants at the end of the supply chain to hear how the farmers' struggles trickle down to their own business.