Food & Drink

A Southwest Airlines jet taking off July 23, 2013 in Imperial, Pa. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) It often seems that the travel industry is moving in two directions. One is the trend towards economy travel, with ULCCs (ultra-low-cost carriers) like Norwegian Air, Primera Air and WOW offering deals like $159 one-way to Brussels from Newark
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LROOM’s signature dessertsCredit: Michael Creagh Taking a cue from other online brands – like millennial favorite Glossier’s showrooms or, on a much grander scale, Refinery29’s 29rooms – that bring their brand to life via interactive (and, most importantly, highly photogenic and FOMO-inducing) experiences, online flower boutique LROOM’s first brick-and-mortar location is more than just a
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Benromach Cask No. 1 BottlePhoto, courtesy Benromach Distillery Historically, Speyside whiskies have been among the most sophisticated and complex of Scotland’s Scotch whisky expressions. Typically, these whiskies would have a peated component ranging from very light to noticeable combined with both sherry butt and ex-bourbon cask maturation. This “touch of smoke” was a signature element
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Aerial view of tractor fumigating vineyards in Spain, Credit: Getty Royalty Free Dr. Tim Martinson, senior extension associate and Dr. Bruce Reisch, professor, Horticulture Section of the School of Integrative Plant Science at Cornell University, in Geneva, N.Y. wrote in Wines & Vines, “ Changing attitudes in the European Union Environmental, health and cost concerns are leading
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