Food & Drink

The taste of Brooklyn Brewery’s Black Chocolate Stout blew Dennis Malcolm Byron’s mind and forever changed his life. The stout, which Brooklyn has brewed since 1994, pointed the future direction for Byron, an Atlanta-based craft beer ambassador, freelance writer and blogger known as Ale Sharpton. His Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’ blogs can be found on
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Giacomo Giannotti at the entrance of the Paradiso. Paradiso Facebook Creative Cocktails at the Paradiso. Paradiso Facebook Page with permission from Paradiso The Sotobosque. Paradiso Facebook page with permission from Paradiso. Tucked on a side street in Barcelona’s El Born district, and hidden behind the faux refrigerator door of an unassuming pastrami bar lies a
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Gaucín Sandra MacGregor The south of Spain has long been a favorite destination among North Americans looking for a sunny clime, but while Málaga, Marbella and Ronda all get their fair share of acclaim, the tiny town of Gaucín goes mostly unnoticed—which is big part of its charm. Part of Spain’s “pueblos blancos” (white villages),
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Rose Previte, whose love of international street food inspired two restaurants in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Jen Chase Rose Previte is a food-world darling, thanks to Compass Rose and Maydan, her acclaimed Washington D.C. restaurants that serve travel-inspired dishes that transport diners everywhere from the markets of Georgia (the country, not the state) to a Bedouin tent in the Sahara desert. Previte’s story
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin North Korea has produced nuclear weapons, ‘hangover-free’ alcohol, and some truly spectacular military parades. Yet as it defies international sanctions and tests more missiles, North Korea has also produced its first ever official ‘whisky’. North Korea may be be amongst the best countries at flag-waving, but I have
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