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This is What Happened When I Gave Up Sugar

This is What Happened When I Gave Up Sugar

Spurred by all the bad news about sugar, writer Daniel Duane goes without it for a month to determine whether the payoff is worth the pain.

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At-Home Sommelier

7 Brilliant, Under-the-Radar Wine Picks from a Top New York Somm

Patrick Cappiello Names 7 Value Wines to Seek Out

"Right now I'm looking to the Loire Valley, the northern Rhône and Sicily," says Patrick Cappiello, sommelier at New York's Pearl & Ash. Here, he names 7 geeky-brilliant wines under $30 to seek out.

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Tasting Room

Five Exceptional New Australian Reds

Five New Australian Reds

F&W's Ray Isle names five exceptional new Australian red wines to try now.

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Wine Intel

Remapping Australian Wine

Australian Wine

Australia is arguably the world's most dynamic wine region right now, says F&W's Ray Isle, who spent weeks hopping between the Yarra and Barossa regions and found a new Down Under vision.

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Expert Travel Guide

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 8th, 9th and 18th Arrondissements

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 8th, 9th & 18th Arrondissements

Patricia Wells's route from the monumental Place de la Concorde through the twisting streets of Pigalle and Montmartre reveals fantastic new jam makers, pastry chefs and chocolatiers, plus chefs with expanding empires and superb people-watching.

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Expert Travel Guide

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 6th and 7th Arrondissements

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 6th and 7th Arrondissements

Many people are drawn to the Left Bank by a nostalgia for its bohemian past, but the area also offers new reasons to visit: an incredible cheese shop, a cream puff boutique and a clean, green park makeover on the Seine.

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Expert Travel Guide

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 3rd, 10th and 11th Arrondissements

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 3rd, 10th and 11th Arrondissements

The capital's epicenter of young, adventurous and international chefs, bakers and chocolatiers starts in the old aristocratic district of the Marais and extends beyond the gritty-turned-buzzy Canal Saint-Martin in northeastern Paris.

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Wine Intel

Three Wines That Were Aged Perfectly Before Release

Best New Wines That Aren't Aged Before Release

Bad wine can often be traced back to improper storage. You can avoid that issue by buying bottles aged before release in ideal storage conditions by their producers.

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Expert Travel Guide

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 1st and 2nd Arrondissements

Paris Neighborhood Guide: 1st and 2nd Arrondissements

Downtown Paris always attracts attention for its spectacular museums, like the Louvre and Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Now chefs and baristas are pulling in visitors with excellent food and good cups of espresso.

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Know Your Meats

Meat Aging: The Great Debate

Meat Aging: The Great Debate

Dry aging, wet aging or no aging? The country's top steak chefs weigh in.

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