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F&W Eats

Doughnuts, Foie Gras and Celebrity Photo Bombs

Pumpkin Doughnut

Whether dining out at fantastic new restaurants or cooking at home with the season's best ingredients, the F&W team lives to eat and share (well, virtually). Here, highlights from editors' dining adventures on social media.

Alex Vallis got her hands on one of Doughnut Plant's pumpkin cake doughnuts with spiced pepitas. The verdict? "GOOD"

Kate Krader traveled to Charleston, SC for Cook It Raw where she ate April Bloomfield's 40-day aged rib-eye & oyster ice cream.

Feeling the first signs of a fall cold coming on, James Pomerantz forwent traditional remedies and instead self-medicated with a large dose of pork. He's all better now.

Ray Isle headed to The NoMad for shaved foie gras with grapes and buckwheat. Oh, and some tagliatelle with white truffle and butter.

Whatever it was Christina Grdovic ate at Marea and Charlie Bird, Michael Douglas and George Stephanopoulus wanted a bite.

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Beerology

Top 10 Dark Beers for People Who Don't Like Dark Beer

Rogue Morimoto Black Obi Soba Ale

Cut from the same cloth as people who claim they don’t like red wine, there are those who go through their drinking lives with this on the tip of their tongues: “Oh, I don’t really drink dark beer.” Their aversion may come from a misplaced notion that all dark beer is like liquid bread: filling and heavy. While this is true in some instances—doppelbock has its origins in sustaining monks through their fasts—there are plenty of dark beers that are refreshing and flavorful without being overbearing. Read more >

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American Flavor

Ames Farm Honey's Single-Minded Beekeeper

Ames Farm Honey

If you gave Brian Fredericksen a spoonful of one of his varietal honeys, he could tell you what kind of flowers the bees were pollinating when they produced it, in what season and in what kind of weather. To most people, it would just taste delicious—as different from squeeze-bottle honey as an heirloom tomato in August is from a supermarket one in January. Read more >

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Expert Guide

6 Ways to Use Canned Pumpkin

Pumpkin-Gingersnap Tiramisu

We all know that pumpkin makes great pies, but it can also upgrade smoothies, dips, pastas, grits, pancakes, soups and scones. In general, you want the canned stuff. It's easier to use and is actually more flavorful than fresh pumpkin. Here, six fantastic ways to used canned pumpkin. Read more >

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Andrew Zimmern's Kitchen Adventures

Crab Rolls Two Ways

Crab Rolls with Thai Chile Sauce

In our neighborhood the adults have a potluck while the kids trick-or-treat. Sure, the little rug rats love these “country club” classics, but there are usually none left for them. I fry these in an electric skillet; it’s the easiest and best way for these sweet, tasty, guilty pleasures to be as fresh as possible for our guests. I serve them with lemon wedges but they are also good with a side dipping bowl of doctored sweet Thai chile sauce for chicken. They’re a huge hit. READ MORE »

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