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machi machi hits New York City on October 29.
The Final Table star talks about kitchen intensity, belonging, and cooking for your mom.
A legal battle over a squeaky rubber bottle of whiskey has been ensuing since 2014.
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The info has been quietly lurking in the McDonald’s app all along.
The divide will grow even starker this winter.
On Oprah, writing a new cookbook full of flavor bombs, and one piece of technology keeping her sane during these trying times.
Napa Valley Vintners says at least 80 percent of wineries will produce a 2020 vintage, but how much wine will be released is uncertain.
Guinness 0.0 starts out as a regular beer before having the alcohol removed.
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The ultimate skiing for beginners guide.
The trail connects more than 30 delicious Mexican restaurants.
Follow this advice from TSA Directors around the country for a safer experience on your next flight.
Whether your style is winter wonderland or glittering gold, this century-old line of dishware has something for every kitchen.
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You don’t need a pasta maker to craft this handmade pasta from Puglia (the heel of Italy’s boot). Instead, roll out ropes of dough, cut them into segments, and use your fingertips to create peapod-like dimples in each piece. Food stylist Veronica Spera, who shares her version of the pasta in an episode of Chefs at Home, uses both robust semolina flour (traditionally used in dried pastas) and delicate Type “OO” pasta flour (typically used in fresh pastas) to create a balance of tenderness and bite. The divots in the pasta make this shape especially good at catching sauce, so toss the pasta as shown here, with a few dollops of pesto, peas, lemon zest, and plenty of Parmigiano-Reggiano, or pair with your favorite sauce.
Two perfect tastes ready to meet in the frying pan.
The fast food chain has teamed with TerraCycle to explore sustainable dine-in and takeaway packaging.
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On this week’s episode of Bottle Service, Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle and Channing Frye try his Chosen Family wines.