Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Expert Guide

Maybe you are baffled when you hear friends use terms like lively, floral and full-bodied to describe their wine. Perhaps you’re curious about why—or how—Cabernet tastes different from Pinot Noir. Or maybe you simply enjoy having a nice glass of vino with your meal. No matter what, there is no better way to learn about wine than by a private tasting at a winery.

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Expert Guide

Local photographers put the spotlight on Dubai's exciting food scene.

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Travel

The sharing economy allows travelers to cook their way around the world in other people’s home kitchens. Here’s what happened when famed Paris author David Lebovitz borrowed 
a San Francisco loft belonging to blogger Pim Techamuanvivit.


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Travel

Mega-chef Magnus Nilsson tracked down recipes from hundreds of 
Nordic home kitchens—including his grandmother’s—for his massive new cookbook. Here, he describes the hunt and shares his favorite finds.

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Where To Go Next

Looking for your next vacation spot? Travel + Leisure has you covered.

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Where To Go Next

Guinness lovers, take note.

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Wine Talk

Fascinated by the local wines, F&W’s Ray Isle travels to the New Zealand city of Christchurch. What he sees and tastes shows off the amazing spirit of the place.

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Where To Go Next

Peter Jon Lindberg details Adam Schop's first trip to the island, now that he's taken the helm at Miss Lily's in NYC. The flavors turn out to be unmatched.

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One of the biggest openings of the year in the food world just landed in Brooklyn and it's not a restaurant.

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Travel

The culinary scene there is ramping up.

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