We tour the bar scene and offer some recommendations.
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A new book argues that the current food movement is triggering a kind of backslide in the way women assume responsibility for the kitchen and home.
Moscato drinking appears to be driving growth in domestic wine sales overall, and we trace its rise to popularity via hip-hop lyrics.
And praise be, we've waited long enough.
See, it's a word cloud.
The Bold Italic explores them. All of them.
Soda Consumption Lowest It’s Been in Two Decades; Companies Respond by Changing Their Ways (Sort Of)
Per capita soda consumption in the U.S. is now down to 1987 levels.
No one ever thought it was possible, but the Bordelais are now begging for attention from the wine cognoscenti.
After Rosamunde, the deluge.
The trend toward wait lists at smaller, popular restaurants may not please the Bauers of the world, but it hardly matters if the crowds are already there.
"No one says, 'Hey you son of a bitch, you better come to my restaurant now.' People can go where they please."
There are now two at Jasper's, and one at Grand Cafe, with likely more on the way.
It's called Fernet-Vallet, and they use it like bitters around Mexico City.
This year in snack and fancy beverage trends.
Before the majority of wine drinkers have even heard of orange wine, two wine writers are already tired of the wine world fad.
First a fourteen-year-old doing a pop-up, and now a twelve-year-old.
There are now at least five of these Vietnamese-by-way-of-Louisiana places around town.
Our year-end round up of notable food trends, and the like.