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'Hannity' Fans Smash Keurig Brewers Over Pulled Ads

'Hannity' Fans Smash Keurig Brewers Over Pulled Ads

Nov 14
A decision by Keurig to stop advertising on Sean Hannity's Fox News program has supporters of the conservative host destroying the company's coffee makers.

Massive Eataly World Theme Park Opens in Italy

Massive Eataly World Theme Park Opens in Italy

By Colleen Barry | Nov 13
The man behind the Eataly food empire is opening a massive attraction - part permanent trade fair, part agro-food theme park - that aims to create a showcase for excellence in Italian food.

Breweries Lock Horns Over Moose-Themed Names, Logos

Breweries Lock Horns Over Moose-Themed Names, Logos

Nov 10
A Canadian brewery and a Vermont brewpub are locking horns in a trademark dispute over their moose-themed names and logos.

Holiday Menus are Heavy on Nostalgia

Holiday Menus are Heavy on Nostalgia

By Melissa Kossler Dutton | Nov 10
The Internet and the popularity of import stores and specialty grocers have made it easier to access beloved foods at the holidays.

Trump Administration Moves Forward With Obama Menu Label Law

Trump Administration Moves Forward With Obama Menu Label Law

By Matthew Perrone | Nov 9
The Trump administration is moving ahead with Obama-era requirements to post calorie counts in restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores and pizza delivery chains nationwide next year.

Evergreen Autumn: Roasted Greens & Sweet Potatoes

Evergreen Autumn: Roasted Greens & Sweet Potatoes

Nov 9
Chef Adrianne Calvo offers a fall recipe that incorporates dark leafy greens and seasonal vegetables.

From Cold Brews to Pour-Overs, Coffee Culture is Heating Up

From Cold Brews to Pour-Overs, Coffee Culture is Heating Up

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 9
From cold brew to pour-overs, from latte art to nitrogen infusions, coffee has never been so high-tech. At the recent New York Coffee Festival, vendors from around the world showed off the latest trends.

End of an Era: Traditional Cooking Skills are Dying Out

End of an Era: Traditional Cooking Skills are Dying Out

Nov 7
Traditional cooking skills such as making tomato sauce from scratch, homemade gravy and poaching an egg are dying out, a study has found.

Road Trip: Discovering Virginia's Best Cocktails

Road Trip: Discovering Virginia's Best Cocktails

By April Stamm | Nov 7
It was a mission that any proper libation lover would undertake: traverse Virginia in search of the state's best cocktail bars. We divided and conquered, sending two writers in search of the best drinks from Richmond to Coastal Virginia.

Pay Up: 16 of the World's Most Exclusive Bars

Pay Up: 16 of the World's Most Exclusive Bars

Nov 6
From rubbing shoulders with well-known faces to elite guest lists, here are 16 of the world's most exclusive bars and members clubs, illustrating what it takes to paint the town red like the rich and famous.

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