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Cocktail Culture: Spiced Orchard Pear

Cocktail Culture: Spiced Orchard Pear

Oct 19
Cold-weather cocktails aren't limited to eggnogs and mulled ciders. And there's an ingredient you may not have considered that is definitely worth adding to your repertoire - scotch.

A Sourdough Getaway to San Francisco

A Sourdough Getaway to San Francisco

By Matt Kemp | Oct 19
The Bay Area has a long history of making sourdough bread and it's now home to a plethora of sourdough bakeries.

Re-Crafting the Cocktail: 3 Must-Visit NYC Mixology Masters

Re-Crafting the Cocktail: 3 Must-Visit NYC Mixology Masters

By April Stamm | Oct 17
There's a cocktail-centric spot for every palate, as exemplified by these three exceptional venues that are shaking, stirring and pouring some of New York City's best libations.

Spooks & Sips: 3 Red Wines for Halloween

Spooks & Sips: 3 Red Wines for Halloween

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 16
EDGE gathered some of our favorite wine experts for a blind tasting of three California reds suited for such a night and this is what we discovered...

Recipe: Red Lentil and Chicken Slow-Cooker Soup

Recipe: Red Lentil and Chicken Slow-Cooker Soup

By Katie Workman | Oct 14
This soup has tailgating or sidelines or post-game meal written all over it. It's thick from the lentils, and fragrant with cumin and coriander.

Recipe: The Flexible Frittata

Recipe: The Flexible Frittata

By Sara Moulton | Oct 13
You might decide to add a frittata like this to your weekly line-up. It's the perfect vehicle for leftovers ... but nobody digging into it will be thinking of leftovers.

Holy Mole: Celebrating Day of the Dead

Holy Mole: Celebrating Day of the Dead

Oct 13
The rich cultures surrounding the day are a wealth of traditional recipes and ingredients, including mole sauce.

Cereal Cafes Serving American Nostalgia Throughout Europe

Cereal Cafes Serving American Nostalgia Throughout Europe

By Albert Stumm | Oct 12
Travelers wandering the streets of European capitals in search of old-world charm might just as likely stumble upon a bowl of Lucky Charms.

Great Pumpkins! Grower Wins Trifecta of Giant Food Titles

Great Pumpkins! Grower Wins Trifecta of Giant Food Titles

By Michelle R. Smith | Oct 11
A Rhode Island grower is first in the world to achieve a trifecta in the hobby of growing gargantuan foods: world records for heaviest pumpkin, longest long gourd and now, heaviest squash.

A Devastating Reality as California Vintners Assess Damage

A Devastating Reality as California Vintners Assess Damage

By Eric Risberg, Janie Har | Oct 11
Worried California vintners surveyed the damage to their vineyards and wineries Tuesday as wildfires sweep through counties whose famous names have become synonymous with fine food and drink.

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