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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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British distillery Silent Pools unveils a nine-liter behemoth.

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Around the World

Watch as the Curious Pear bloggers take us on a tour of one of their favorite day-drinking spots. Who knew that Londoners loved Bloody Marys?

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F&W Photo Tour

We love seeing where our contributors eat in their home cities, so we asked Leila Peterson, the supertalented Instagrammer who shot our London photo tour to show us some of the best fish and chips in London.

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Best Cookbooks of All-Time

Chef Renee Erickson's favorite cookbooks are all by Nigel Slater. 

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Where To Go Next

The British capital’s top cultural institutions have been cooking up innovative new restaurants. Here, five must-visit spots.

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Chef Intel

Simon Rogan is one of England’s most brilliant chefs, and also one of its most press-shy.

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Go List

F&W's travel experts searched the globe for the year's best eating experiences. Here, three fantastic restaurants and four exceptional new hotels in London.

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F&W Photo Tour

UK-based photographer Leila Peterson presents a visual tour of London and shares her favorite local haunts.

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New York vs. London Bar Guide

Art: Patricia Sanchez

New York and London both vie for worldwide supremacy when it comes to fantastic bars. But just as the two cities are separated by the Atlantic and a standing disagreement over the definition of the word “chip,” their cocktail cultures are also divided. To examine the differences, F&W spoke to two experts: American cocktail historian David Wondrich and British bartender Simon Ford. Here, a categorical comparison >

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