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Gianna (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

The latest from Donald Link (of Herbsaint and Cochon, among others), Gianna shows off the intersection of Italy and port-city New Orleans. The American south arrives in a flaky roasted Gulf whitefish and in braised chicken with a kick of spice; Italy appears in the...Read Full Story

The Goods (News & Features)

{image_1}The durable insulated backpack cooler from LifeProof holds up to six wine bottles (or 24 cans) with room for the ice pack. A chest strap (with a crown-cap opener for those pét-nats) aids in weight distribution; side pockets offer an easy place to stash away a...Read Full Story

Atlantic Tannat (News & Features)

{image_1}We’re in Canelones, in southern Uruguay, at Pisano Winery’s kitchen and tasting room, where the rafters are lined with dust-covered bottles from Burgundy, Maipo and Mendoza. He’s poured a taste of the 2017 Pisano de Los Pajaros,...Read Full Story

The 2019 James Beard Award Nominees in Wine and Spirits (News & Features)

{image_1}James Beard Foundation Beverage Book Award Apéritif: Cocktail Hour the French Way, by Rebekah Peppler The Aviary Cocktail Book, by Grant Achatz, Nick Kokonas, Allen Hemberger, et al. Cocktail Codex by Alex Day, Nick Fauchald, and David Kaplan Outstanding Bar Program ...Read Full Story

Bug Juice (News & Features)

The first bite tastes like dried tobacco. Then comes the insinuation of cocoa and the smoky rush of ancho chiles.{image_1}Turns out, chapulines—grasshoppers, in this case born and raised and roasted in Oaxaca—are delicious. Especially when washed down with a Oaxaca Old-Fashioned made with...Read Full Story

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