Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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For much of the world, winter means lots of layers and cozy indoor feasts, but not in Western Australia’s Margaret River Valley, where summer parties are already under way. For the recent Gourmet Escape, food travelers congregated on land and sea to celebrate the region’s best produce, wine and bush ingredients. Here, five unforgettable outdoor parties to catalogue for springor inspire you to book a ticket.

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Luxurious vacations don't have to be bad for the environment. Here, five amazing resorts where you can eat well while keeping your carbon footprint to a minimum. 

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Cruise to Cuba in May 2016 on Carnival's Fathom Cruise Line. From street food to iconic local restaurants, here are six Havana places to put on your list. (Just make sure you print it out, since the Internet is still not widely available.)

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From classic bars to late-night clubs to impromptu dance parties, the rum flows when the sun goes down.

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Though New York is undeniably a melting pot of many cultures, we often neglect to recognize the wide availability of fantastic British food and drink within the city limits. More specifically, there is arguably no American city with more (or better) Scotch whisky to offer than New York. And while plenty of excellent Scotch can be had throughout Brooklyn, Queens and Upper Manhattan, the vast majority of venues pouring top-notch drams can be found between the boundaries of Battery Park and Flatiron (click here for a walking map).

Here are the best places for Scotch in Manhattan to help you prioritize your drinking goals:

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These recent hotel renovations have loads of modern updates while still preserving history.

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Thai cooks have a unique practice of balancing salty, hot, sour, sweet and sometimes bitter flavors—often in a single dish. This skills spans the country, from street stalls to white tablecloth restaurants. And as tourists have become increasingly interested in the nuances of this diverse cuisine, cooking schools are becoming a must-do item on travelers’ itineraries.

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On his way back from a recent research trip to Thailand, chef Edward Kim of Chicago restaurants Ruxbin and Mott St made a quick stop in Tokyo. He made the most of the few hours he was there with his wife, Jen, by heading straight to the Tokyu Food Show, an incredible food court in the basement of Shibuya Station.

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Writer Jonathan Gold traveled to Naples in search of the greatest pizza in the world, made by master pizzaiolo Franco Pepe. Here, five other reasons to visit.

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New York's best new food is hidden in tiny sushi bars, a food court and a beer joint. Here, eight amazing new restaurants and three much-anticipated hotels.

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