Category: Food

Premium-Plus Liqueurs Poised For Holiday Gains November 23, 2021 2020 was a tough year for the liqueurs category as a whole, as the pandemic caused a 3% decline in their U.S. depletion volume to 17.4 million 9-liter cases, according to Impact Databank. Premium-plus brands ($15 and over a 750-ml. bottle) fared even worse, as the…

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Whether you’re waiting to take off or lingering for a layover, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) has several solid options for dining within the airport. There’s a restaurant from Food Network stalwart Michael Symon, as well as a brewpub from the city’s most famous brewery, Great Lakes Brewing Company. A few operators are temporarily closed…

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Death & Co., one of the most recognizable names in cocktails, with bars in New York, Denver and Los Angeles, and a series of books, including the just-released “Death & Co. Welcome Home,” is getting into the fast-growing ready-to-drink cocktail game. In collaboration with Crafts Spirits Cooperative, the company has released three canned cocktails: the…

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We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. Advent calendars make the countdown to Christmas so much more festive (and oftentimes, more delicious!). For many collectors, they’re a beloved part of the holiday season. Each day, you open up a box (or bag, or cubby) to…

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Why It Works Freezing sweet potatoes drives excess water out of the potato, resulting in an interior with more concentrated flavor. Freezing also lowers the starting temperature of the potato, allowing more time for amylase enzymes to convert starch to sweet-tasting maltose. Starting the sweet potatoes in a cold oven further enhances sweetness via gradual…

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Each year, on the third Thursday of November, the world of wine enjoys the release of Les Vins Georges Duboeuf’s Beaujolais Nouveau wines. Bottled just a few weeks after the harvest, the wines are considered to be a preview of the vintage to come, as well as a celebration of the Beaujolais harvest. Per French…

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This simple side dish of Roasted Green Beans with Caramelized Onions pairs wonderfully with Thanksgiving turkey or roasted chicken. Green Beans with Caramelized Onions This Roasted Green Bean recipe with caramelized onions is your answer if you’re looking for a lighter and simpler alternative to a green bean casserole. Caramelized onions add amazing flavor to…

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This Cheesy Cauliflower Casserole is a blend of cauliflower florets, cheddar cheese, bacon, and creamy sauce. And it’s super easy to make—perfect for the holidays, or anytime! Kind of like a Loaded Baked Potato…but without the carbs! Looking for more Thanksgiving sides? Try this easy corn casserole recipe! An Easy, Cheesy Loaded Cauliflower Casserole Do…

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This website may contain affiliate links and advertising so that we can provide recipes to you. Read my privacy policy. Creamy lemon garlic seafood pasta has the most delicious flavor and texture all in one dish! It’s SOO GOOD that you can bet that your guests won’t be able to resist coming back for seconds!…

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Industry Leaders Gather In New York To Pay Tribute To Ray Herrmann November 12, 2021 Family, friends and colleagues are gathering today in New York City to attend a memorial service honoring the life of Ray Herrmann, the late Breakthru Beverage chairman emeritus, who died on August 21, at 100 years of age. An industry giant,…

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