Joe Hoagland, left, pushes a canoe through a wild rice bed as 14-year-old Chris Salazar learns how to harvest the rice. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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To Find Truly Wild Rice, Head North To Minnesota

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The traditional challah for the upcoming Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashana, is round. But as this bakery demonstrates, other shapes offer symbolic meanings. Suzanne Kreiter/Getty Images hide caption

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Rosh Hashana's Sacred Bread Offers Meaning In Many Shapes And Sizes

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A Little Patience, A Lot Of Salt Are Keys To A Lost Pickle Recipe

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Italian food expert Julia della Croce suggested Benner try a Tuscan sheep's cheese, or pecorino Toscano, for the filling. Courtesy of Celina della Croce hide caption

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Unraveling The Mystery Of A Grandmother's Lost Ravioli Recipe

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Squash Savories To Soothe Summer's End

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From A British King To Rock 'N' Roll: The Slippery History Of Eel Pie Island

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