Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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The Usual

After a long day of slinging uni and oysters at Brooklyn’s Maison Premiere, chef Lisa Giffen rewards herself with a glass of Cyril Zangs cider. 

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Chefs Feed

Fish & Game might be the world's most perfect destination for fall dining, and this video from Chefs Feed offers a gorgeous glimpse into the rustic, leafy paradise that chef Zak Pelaccio has created in New York's Hudson Valley.

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The Food & Wine Diet

This vegan main course screams fall.

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Tasting Room

It’s mid-October, which means that soon it will be November, and that means that in a month or so we’re going to start seeing ads, again, just like every year, for Beaujolais Nouveau. And you know what? Don’t bother.

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Drink This Now

The blushing skin and crisp, sweet aroma of a fresh apple is as much a symbol of autumn as a knitted scarf. Apples get a lot of play when the weather cools, baked into buttery pies or juiced and mulled with cinnamon sticks for warm cider. But the fruit also has a long history in distillation. And for those of us who prefer to drink our apple-a-day, fall is a great time to explore these complex pours. Read more >

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New York Water Taxi: Fall Foliage Tour

Courtesy of New York Water Taxi

Driving around looking at the gorgeous amber, orange and sunset-colored leaves of deciduous trees is a familiar fall road trip, but a handful of enterprising boat companies now offer traffic-free foliage tours by water. For three upcoming Sundays (Oct. 21and 28, and Nov. 4), New York Water Taxi offers guided day trips leaving from Manhattan at 12:30 p.m., and gliding 60 miles up the Hudson River to West Point.»

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