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10 Ways The Hot Toddy Is Upping Its Game Around The USA

Creative spins from ski country to the chilly South
Dec 17, 2013 3:00 pm

In cocktail culture, few things are simpler than hot toddies. The catchall term dates back to the 17th Century, and encompasses any combination of spirit, warm water and sweetener. These days, variations abound from sea to shining sea.

Are These Really The Best Colleges For Food In America? We Have Some Additions.

Ranking meals at our country's universities
Sep 24, 2013 1:00 pm

Homemade meals made from scratch and cooked in small batches. An abundant use of local and sustainable ingredients. Are we describing a gourmet food festival? No! These are actually characteristics of meals in some of country's universities. Read on for more information and to see if your school made the cut.

17 Signs You're A Wine Snob

Hint: You're insufferable, only drink 98-pointers
Sep 4, 2013 1:00 pm

A wine snob is a particularly posh type of creature. Not to be confused with a wine geek. Geeks are wine lovers who seek out obscure grapes, unknown wine regions, unconventional winemaking methods. Wine snobs, on the other hand, are a different type of oenophile. Read on.

Southern Living Names The 5 Best New Restaurants In The South

Reps from five states, all with different cuisines
Aug 28, 2013 10:00 am
Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Five states. Five different cuisines. Southern Living just released its list of the best five new restaurants in the South. Read on.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Quinoa

It's trendy. And healthy. And protein-y. What else?
Aug 20, 2013 10:00 am

Let’s start with what we do know. Quinoa is a versatile, protein-filled superfood. While similar staples like bulgur and barley tend to be relegated to health food aisles and your hippie aunt’s vegetarian casserole, quinoa is a crowd-pleaser with enormous global appeal. But what might you not know? The truth about quinoa, after the jump.

Southern Living's 100 Places To Eat Now. So, How Many Have You Visited?

The South's top restaurants, in checklist form
Aug 19, 2013 3:00 pm

Is it just us or is everything better in checklist form? There is a certain amount of self-accomplishment – a mini-rush, if you will – that comes from checking off those little squares. So, naturally, we were pretty psyched when Southern Living released its list of the 100 restaurants to visit now in the South. Read on.

8 Fruit-Forward IPAs You Should Drink Now

It's summer. It's hot. Refreshing brews await.
Aug 1, 2013 3:00 pm

Today marks the beginning of August, and the bitter dog days of summer are here. Thankfully it’s also National IPA Day! Many IPAs are defined by intense flavors of grapefruit and citrus, but thanks to the diverse fruity character of hops, adding actual fruit to an IPA is a relatively new process we endorse. Drink up and enjoy the last full month of summer with eight of our favorite fruit IPAs.

8 Ways Lobster Rolls Are Taking Over The World

From London to New Guinea and everywhere in between
Jul 25, 2013 9:01 am

The lobster roll is usually linked to New England. But international variations abound. From Melanesian seafood parcels in Papua New Guinea, to an elegant take on Americana at Paris’ Lobster Bar, the combination of rich lobster meat and tangy mayo is a siren sandwich few can resist. Here are eight ways to go global with your roll.

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