Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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With great recipes, locally sourced ingredients, sustainable practices and star chefs, San Francisco's Din is trying to bring the prepared meal kit business to the next level.

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Scientist Harry Klee has created the perfect supermarket tomato.

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In response to a recent controversy about sexism in the food industry, Black Hoof's Jen Agg decided to launch a conference to reignite the conversation about gender equality in the culinary world.

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This year, Dan Barber put the spotlight on food waste at WastED, his three-week pop-up where food that would have otherwise been thrown away was repurposed into dumpster-dive vegetable salads, leftover citrus sangria and improbably delicious bites of monkfish head.

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Luxury cruise line Seabourn dropped a huge bomb on both the culinary and cruise industries today, announcing that they've partnered with mega-star Thomas Keller on new menus and an upcoming restaurant.

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JetBlue is rolling out more destinations for its food-centric Mint service, the airline's new answer to first class.

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Macallan's record for the most expensive whiskey ever released was just confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records. Here are some terrific new single malts that don't cost even a tiny fraction of the price.

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Cathay Pacific is bringing luxury air travel to new heights with its seasonal menus in collaboration with the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.

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I’m having a serious case of party envy. Specifically a late-night-chefs-only blow out, thrown by my great friend, the Bay Area-based dining out super power Marcia Gagliardi, better known as Tablehopper last week.

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Miranda Lambert, who lives on a Tishomingo, Oklahoma, ranch with her equally famous heartthrob husband, Blake Shelton, recently opened her second business in the town: an eight-room bed-and-breakfast called The Ladysmith.

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