Food & Drink

At home mixology has reached a new level in 2020. getty For those staying home and shaking up drinks, the home bar has become more than just a substitute for going out: It’s a lifestyle. At-home mixologists, whether mixing up cocktails just for themselves or socially distant guests, are reaching new levels of solo bartending
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In New Orleans, many people grow up eating beignets. And if they aren’t enjoying them at home, they’re likely heading to Café du Monde in the French Quarter for a fresh plate served hot from the fryer. The café is the indisputable source of NOLA’s most famous beignets, which, after more than a century, remain
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SuperCoffee provides a healthy alternative to other bottled coffees that are loaded with sugar SuperCoffee SuperCoffee was born from Jordan DeCicco’s search for healthier bottled coffee to get through the days and nights as a student athlete. Together with his brothers Jim and Jake, the DeCicco’s decided the world needed an alternative to the sugar-filled Frappuccino. In
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Rosés from the Mediterranean are well-behaved guests at the Thanksgiving table. Illustration: LBortolot As roses are more available from a diversity of regions, they transcend and expand beyond the traditional summer quaff. Showing their pride of place in terroir and grapes, rosés across the globe are no longer just summer flings at the seaside, but
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Buying wine online, and enjoying it with friends and colleagues (also, largely, online), has morphed into something nearly unrecognizable from the status quo even a year ago. By this point, that statement comes as no surprise. What’s worth teasing out further, however, is an understanding of the processes that make today’s online wine ecosystem a
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Who knew Canyon Ranch had a wellness retreat in Woodside, California? The property opened quietly last Fall, then closed down at the beginning of the pandemic but is now fully open again — going above and beyond on required safety measures — and offering the best wellness programming out there, complete with destination dining that’s
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16 Wines To Enjoy For Thanksgiving And Throughout The Holiday Season getty The holiday season will be a bit of an odd one, to say the least. Fewer people will be traveling, and gatherings will be significantly smaller, but that doesn’t mean we can’t rally little holiday spirit. And if you’re still planning to serve
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Issho-Ni, the Bethnal Green Road based Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar, offers Issho-Ni At Home Nic Crilly-Hargrave Photography For UK diners confined to home again, thanks to Covid-19 restrictions, it’s good news that their favorite restaurant meals are now available for home delivery. From sushi and Pad Thai to butter chicken and slow-cooked beef, here
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Josh Jacobs founded Speakeasy, an online platform designed to help small brands navigate the … [+] three-tier system. Speakeasy Co When it comes to purchasing alcohol, the United States relies on a complicated series of Prohibition-era drinking laws. To reach a consumer, a bottle must pass through several levels of distribution, getting stamped with taxes
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The best new release rye whiskies of 2020 Photo Illustration: Brad Japhe After taking a look at the best bourbons of 2020, it’s now time to fix our gaze upon another mashbill, altogether. We’re talking, of course, about the other classic style of American whiskey: rye. No disrespect intended; long gone are the days in
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getty The hospitality sector’s protests around the world over bans on their activities, limiting them at best to selling takeaways, contrasts with the scientific evidence: well-meaning restaurant and bar owners insist they have complied scrupulously with health and safety measures, but there is no getting away from the fact that a business where people must
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