Food & Drink

PepsiCo picked health-and-wellness-focused brands for its first U.S. Nutrition Greenhouse.Credit: PepsiCo PepsiCo announced last week that it will acquire U.K.-based snack maker Pipers Crisps, the latest in a series of acquisitions that are a key part of the company’s growth strategy. The brand makes familiar crisps, but its newest products, Pipers Crispeas, are high-protein, high-fiber,
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Delicious blueberry pancakes at Hotel VermontHotel Vermont Cheese, beer, and maple syrup: This trifecta welcomes all visitors to Vermont, and whether you’re a foodie or a hillbilly, you will find your groove. Quirky Burlington, Vermont, is the epicurean center of this area; here is a guide to the best culinary destinations in the Northeast Kingdom.
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Inside the Friends pop-upReplay Lincoln Park One Chicago bar is going “on a break” (or are they?) for the month of November. Starting on Friday, November 9, Replay Lincoln Park has transformed into a 1990s-era Friends themed getaway, mixing decor from Monica and Rachel’s apartment, Chandler and Joey’s place and Central Perk to recreate the experience of
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Many restaurants and stores honor veterans each Veterans Day.Getty This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. November 11, 1918, became known as Armistice Day, the day hostilities ceased. In 1954, Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day to celebrate the service of all military veterans. Today, Veterans Day is celebrated as
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The Impossible Burger by Silicon Valley’s Impossible Foods is a plant-based burger that mimics the sensory experience of a meat burger through the isolation of overlapping properties found in plants. (Credit: Impossible Foods)Impossible Foods After years of speculation and digital chatter, Impossible Foods has finally announced that it plans to sell its “bleeding” Impossible Burger in grocery stores
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Florence’s most visited art gallery, The Uffizi, is practically deserted at nightJoanne Shurvell Florence, Italy is the world’s best known city for Renaissance art masterpieces, from Michaelangelo’s sculpture of David at the Galleria dell’Accademia to Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” and da Vinci’s “Annunciation” at Le Galleria degli Uffizi. And it was art that drew
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After making amends for sexual improprieties on its website and by a former brewer, Melvin Brewing welcomes revered brewer Brouckaert to its board.Melvin Brewing Longtime former New Belgium Brewing Brewmaster Peter Bouckaert has joined the board of Melvin Brewing, a GABF award-winning, Wyoming-based brewery that faced a boycott of its products this spring after a
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The 2019 Michelin Guide, arguably the pinnacle of restaurant rankings, just released its latest New York City list—with three two-star additions and 13 one-star additions. And it’s a major upgrade from last year’s list: The city now has 16 newly-starred establishments compared to 2018’s paltry six, half of which were Japanese. Gabriel Kreuther is one
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