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Why Aren't There More Multi-Colored Wine Bottles?

It's about time to shake up tradition,
Dec 18, 2014 9:00 am

Judging from these awesome bottle concept designs, it seems like packaging and branding designers are overlooking a goldmine opportunity in the wine department. More after the jump.

You're Probably Using The Wrong Glass For Your Craft Beer. Fix That.

Let the Brew Dogs fix that right now
Dec 17, 2014 3:30 pm

You're probably using the wrong glass for your beer. Heck, you're probably drinking it out of the bottle, which we have no problem with. But should you seek the proper glass for your excellent brew, the good dudes at Aberdeenshire Scotland-based BrewDog provide a quick and dirty tutorial on sipping (or pounding, if that's your fancy) from the right vessel. 

Curried Goat Stew With Orange And Lime Rice Recipe

Tender goat meat served over zesty, citrusy rice
Dec 17, 2014 3:00 pm
Photo: Ben Fink

Puerto Rico has a rich culinary history influenced by France, Spain, Africa and Taíno Native American. If you're ready to cook and eat like a local, renowned San Juan chef Jose Santaella's new book, Cocina Tropical, is packed with vibrant and diverse dishes from around the country. From salt cod fritters to suckling pig, Cocina Tropical is a one-stop shop for the best cuisine Puerto Rico has to offer. When slow-cooking season hits, braise a pot of island-style curried goat stew.

Patrick Cappiello Wants You To Saber Your Champagne, Post It On Delectable

Wine app is hosting curated hashtags, so #saberit
Dec 17, 2014 2:00 pm

The wine app Delectable allows users to snap a photo of a label, click send, then will catalog the bottle and showcase it for your network of friends. A social network devoted to wine? Sounds like a strong idea on its own. Now, the app, which has a devoted following amongst sommeliers, winemakers and devoted wine consumers (like me), has tapped some of its most well-known users for a series of curated hashtags. 

Kobe And KD Will Be Wearing Eggnog And Candy Cane Sneakers On Christmas Day

Nike is unveiling some hungry kicks for Christmas
Dec 17, 2014 1:30 pm

We all love ourselves some candy canes and eggnog come Christmastime. But how much do we really love these two holiday staples? Do we love them enough to wear them — literally? The answer is yes, apparently, for two NBA superstars, as that's exactly what Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant will be doing during their Christmas day games this year.

At Belle Campagne In Bordeaux, The Keyword Is Locavorism

Young chefs in this city exploit the terroir
Dec 17, 2014 1:00 pm

It's a Thursday night in Bordeaux's old town, but it's a young crowd gathering inside the glass-fronted wall of Belle Campagne. This restaurant, started a year ago by two friends from catering school, has earned raves not only in the city but around the country, partially for its lively atmosphere and crowd-pleasing menu but largely because the chef-0wners, Adrian Bacquet and Manuel Dagens, source nearly every ingredient from around the Aquitaine region. 

What The Ending Of The Cuban Embargo Means For Rum Drinking

When will Havana Club be sold in American stores?
Dec 17, 2014 12:57 pm

With today’s historic news of the restoring of relations between Cuba and the United States, ending an over 50-year import embargo, some are asking: what does it mean for the rum industry? As of now, there's a short and shorter answer.

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