Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Travel Tips

Monastery brewhouses have been in Europe since the Middle Ages—and now they've finally made their way to Italy. 

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Travel Tips

Superjuicy, indescribably tender and more aromatic than any green-market peach you've ever tasted, the fruit sold by The Peach Truck has Nashville's best cooks swooning. Pastry chef Lisa Donovan takes a bite.

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Where To Go Next

Drinking in Dubai? It’s possible. 

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Travel Tips

Given the nation’s mega health craze (veganism! juicing! #whole365!), it comes as no surprise that airports, which were once fast food, chain restaurant wastelands, now offer a growing selection of healthy dining alternatives. And it just keeps getting better.

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Wine Talk

Whether sailing across the Pacific or hiking the Arctic, wine importer Brian Larky always brings along terrific bottles. This is how he does it.

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Travel

Norwegian cookbook author and television host Andreas Viestad is on a mission to help Norway’s famed Hurtigruten cruise-and-shipping line reshape its food. Here, Tom Downey checks in.

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#HowISummer

Food & Wine's Editor in Chief Dana Cowin shares her #howisummer plans, from eating oysters in Portland, ME, to riding bikes in Dutchess County, NY.

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Expert Guide

Here, Elizabeth Minchilli’s cardinal rules for pizza eating, Roman-style, from her new travel guide, Eating Rome.

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Where To Go Next

A new kind of “archeo-culinary tours” called Elifant are tapping into archaeology as a way of learning about how the current incarnation of Italian cuisine came to be. 

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Travel Tips

A new Brooklyn bed and breakfast perfectly captures the current Southwest-meets-reclaimed industrial design zetigeist, with great snacks to boot.

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