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Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s Letter From Kentucky

Our cocktail editor visits bourbon’s motherland
Apr 15, 2015 1:00 pm

Last week contributing cocktail columnist Jeffrey Morgenthaler had the good fortune and extreme pleasure of visiting Kentucky for the first time in his life. The trip was long overdue and an enlightenment.

5 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Pittsburgh

Dine on spiked salami, vegan meatloaf in Steel City
Apr 2, 2015 9:00 am

While Pittsburgh has already established itself as a hub for technology, culture and sports go Penguins! it’s also quickly becoming a destination for people who take their food seriously. Pennsylvania native Katie Chang returns to Steel City and finds a lot to like about the rapidly developing food scene.

How To Eat Well In Cuba: A Challenging Subject

A developing nation with very unique foodways
Mar 30, 2015 10:30 am

Youve probably heard how beautiful Cuba is, how the people are warm, friendly and a lot of fun. All true. Youve probably also heard that the food is not so great. Unfortunately, thats also true. We dont need to tell you how to have a good time in Cuba, but we do need to tell you how to eat well. Travel writer Jenny Miller has some good tips.

12 Stories That Show Our Love For The Incredible Food Scene In Chicago

Butchering, booze, bistros and barbecue
Mar 27, 2015 12:00 pm

Last week, we dropped our Chicago spring restaurants preview, which served to remind us of the city’s ever-evolving food and drink scene. From fine dining to barbecue to ramen to Indian hot chicken — yes, you read that right — the city will play host to an impressively diverse selection of restaurant openings this season. And people are certainly taking notice: This May, Chicago will be the site for the annual James Beard Awards for the first time ever. With all this in mind, we take a look back at some of our favorite food and drink stories from Chi-town.

10 Places For Excellent Classic And Modern Aperitivo In Milan, Italy

Italian tradition of predinner drink. With food.
Mar 26, 2015 12:00 pm

The aperitivo is one of the most cherished Italian pastimes. And while this social predinner drinking ritual didn’t exactly originate in Milan, it’s safe to say the tradition is at its strongest here. Partaking isnt merely recommended. Its obligatory. Here are 10 great places to experience the ritual for yourself.

Postcard From Nowhere: Rainy Days and Rummy Nights in Baracoa, Cuba

Quirky beach town is a long way from Havana
Mar 25, 2015 9:00 am

The enchanting beach town of Baracoa is said to have some of the best food in Cuba. It better, considering the 20-hour sauna-like bus ride from Havana that it takes to get there. Travel writer Jenny Miller reflects on her trek to the far-flung seaside locale and the nights she spent salsa dancing, drinking rum and dining on fish in coconut sauce amid some incredible scenery.

Eating Druze: Seasonal Cooking Is A Virtue In Galilee, The Tuscany Of Israel

Discover a lively cuisine in Israel’s fertile north
Mar 18, 2015 10:00 am

During a visit to Israel late last year, travel writer Jenny Miller got to taste the food of Druze Israelis living in the village of Maghar in the Galilee region, a rich land of green, rolling hills in the north of the country that is sometimes referred to as Israel’s Tuscany.

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