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Japanese Whisky Is Having a Moment in New York


In New York City, it’s not hard to find burgers and pizzas nearing the $40 mark. There’s at least one steak that will set you back nearly $1,000, and a caviar-dressed breakfast omelet commanding double that cost.

Dark, Milk, White, and Green: This Boston-Based Chocolate Factory Puts the Environment First


“Mmm, chocolate!” If that quote doesn’t bring to mind a scene with two sisters savoring the scent of decadent chocolate, then chances are you don’t have a toddler or have yet to experience the joy of watching Disney’s “Frozen.” When I finally have time to myself, nothing is better than curling up with a good book and a steep cup of hot chocolate on a wintry afternoon, which I’ve learned can include rain, sleet, snow, bomb cyclones, or even 50 degree weather!

Would You Eat Jellyfish Chips?


Would you eat chips made out of jellyfish? These Danish researchers hope so, because they’ve revolutionized the process of turning the pesky beach creatures into tasty snacks.

A Brief History of Cadbury Creme Egg’s Many Controversies


What is it about Cadbury Creme Eggs? Has any candy inspired equal measures of rabid loyalty and fierce consternation, often by the same people?

Starbucks Introduces a Cold Brew That Changes Colors


Starbucks latest colorful drink is way cooler (and probably better tasting) than a Unicorn Frappuccino.

This Salem Hot Spot Requires a Password and Only Serves One Menu Item Each Week


The first thing that comes to mind with Salem may be witches, but the city has so much more to offer.

How the World’s Largest Drive-In Restaurant Has Operated for Nearly a Century


The dining scene in Atlanta has changed dramatically over the last few years. But one thing has remained constant for nearly a century—The Varsity.

How to Throw a Classic Hollywood Oscar Party


Right about now, other hosts and hostesses are scrambling to assemble a Franken-buffet in tribute to the locations of this year’s Best Picture nominations: a gooey butter cake for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” next to a pot of escargots for “Dunkirk.” Or worse, they are masterminding terrible food puns like “Kale me by Your Game,” which I can only imagine must be either a robust salad with bits of rabbit meat, or else some sort of sturdy green and venison roulade.

What Is the Difference Between Hummus and Falafel?


If you’ve been spending all your time in the produce section of your grocery store, you’ve been missing out on a super nutrient-packed and versatile legume that can be found where the dried goods or canned veggies reside: the chickpea.

Seltzer and Natural Syrups Can Help Kick That Soda Addiction


Seltzer is all the rage right now thanks to LaCroix, Polar, and a bunch of other brands. But drinking slightly essenced seltzer might not be enough sweetness if you drink a couple cans of Coke a day.

The Weirdest Food Served at the White House


Presidential eating habits are a hot topic, though the most interesting ones to read about are generally the quirks and the faux pas, from Reagan’s jelly bean dependency to Bush Jr.

An Exploration of Phoenix and Chicago’s Unique and Unexpected Food Connection


I took a Mediterranean cruise in 2015, and my wife and I found ourselves in Rome for a short stop—maybe six total hours.

These Twin Baby Cakes Are Slightly Terrifying


Some parents go all out for their kids’ birthday parties, but none can compete with Lara Mason. This British mom and amateur baker created life-size cakes styled after her twins, in honor of their first birthday.

How to Navigate One of Chinatown’s Most Popular Food Markets


“Should we go in?” asked a man, middle-aged with a sort of unknowing hesitation that signaled him to be a tourist.

The Best Chicago Beers You’ve Never Heard of (Unless You’re Lucky Enough to Live Here)


When it comes to culinary treats, Chicago brings up a lot of associations: deep dish pizza…Italian beef…giardiniera…Chicago-style hot dogs.

What Is the Difference Between a Wonton and a Dumpling (Jiaozi)?


It is a bit of a tree in the forest scenario, to start. Well, maybe not quite so abstract as all that, but in most circles, a wonton is actually considered a dumpling, categorically.

German Man Is Mysteriously Harassed with Free Pizza


Most of us welcome free pizza. We’re guessing Guido Grolle did at first too. But after the 100th pie arrived at this German lawyer’s doorstep, he got fed up.

How to Make a Giant Fortune Cookie


Feb. 16 marks the Chinese New Year and, as always, we’re celebrating with food! Whenever I eat Chinese food, I always finish off my meal with a little fortune cookie.

A Tuscan-American Love Story: How Cooking and Dancing Brought This Atlanta Couple Together


An American girl travels to Italy, meets a charming Italian man, gets married, and together they live happily ever after.

The World’s First Rooftop Vineyard Thrives in NYC


By 4:30 a.m. on Oct. 1, 2017, the Rooftop Reds team could be found picking grapes as the sun began to rise.


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