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Is Fonio the New—and Improved—Quinoa?
Prior to the spring release of the schedule for the third annual Slow Food Nations (SFN) conference, held ...
Food & Dining
August 22, 2019
Savoring a Taste of American History
These days, the definition of Americanism is being debated as rigorously in culinary circles as in any other ...
Food & Dining
May 29, 2019
Scottsdale: Beyond the Golf Getaway
Scottsdale’s far from its saturation point—so you can say you went there before it was cool.
February 24, 2019
They Can Make a Punch, But Can They Take One?
New year, new you: ’Tis the season to commit to drinking less, exercising more, dieting sensibly, and getting ...
January 10, 2019
A Denver Brewery Goes In Search of a Truly All-American Beer
For all its innovation, the American craft-brewing industry is built on a European foundation. Experts can reasonably disagree ...
December 26, 2018
The Allure of the Nightcap
From films noirs to spy flicks, “The Thin Man” to “Lost in Translation,” the nightcap has long figured ...
December 11, 2018
What Is Oenobeer? Meet the World’s First Specialist in Wine-Beer Hybrids
Alex Liberati may not be the first person in the world to brew beer with grapes. But as ...
November 27, 2018
Bartender, There’s Food in My Drink! A Look at the Trend Toward Savory Cocktails
The traditional formula for achieving balance in a cocktail involves four elements: strong, sweet, sour, and bitter (or ...
November 20, 2018
Beyond Pumpkin Beer and Beaujolais Nouveau: Fall Beer and Wine
As I noted in my previous column, most of us don’t observe the seasonality of booze to the ...
October 30, 2018
Get Into the Spirit(s) of Autumn: What to Drink This Season
With a few exceptions—an easy-breezy gin and tonic, or a Yuletide eggnog—most of us don’t really think of ...
October 18, 2018
Knock Yourself Out on National Punch Day
Punch makes for a festive occasion no matter when you serve it, but September 20 is cause for ...
September 19, 2018
Your New Favorite Sparkling Wine: Single-Varietal Cider
On your average restaurant beverage list, the inclusion of cider in the beer section is commonplace. It’s also ...
August 16, 2018
Waste Not, Want Not: Sustainability Behind the Bar
Hospitality pros talk about how they're shrinking their footprint on three beverage-related fronts.
August 5, 2018
Discovering Slow Wine at Slow Food Nations
Wine can make itself: We humans presumably didn’t invent it so much as discover it in the form ...
July 24, 2018
RiNo, Denver: America’s Best Place for a Bar Crawl?
“RiNo reminds me of Williamsburg in 2004—just pretentious enough to be good, not yet pretentious enough to be ...
July 10, 2018
Don’t Just Drink Prosecco—Think About It
Americans officially adore prosecco. We’ve been purchasing it in record amounts over the past few years, according to ...
June 28, 2018
Hong Kong Campus Besieged by Police in Nighttime Clashes With Student Protesters
Devin Nunes: Released Transcripts Are ‘Devastating to the Democrats’
Trump Says Some DACA Recipients Are ‘Hardened Criminals’ Ahead of Supreme Court Ruling
Israel Kills Islamic Jihad Commander in Gaza, Another Targeted in Damascus
‘Four Key Pieces of Evidence:’ Republicans Outline Strategy Against Impeachment in New Memo
Trump Calls Inquiry ‘No Due Process Scam’ as Public Impeachment Hearings Loom
Joe Biden Says There’s ‘Zero Rationale’ for Hunter Biden to Testify in Impeachment Inquiry
Nikki Haley Says Trump Is Truthful and She Never Doubted His Fitness for Office
Warren Says Wealth Tax Would Take ‘2 Cents’ From Billionaires, but Proposal Says Differently
Pompeo: Trump to Discuss Political Solution for Syria in Upcoming Meeting With Erdogan