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Cone or Scoop: Guinea Pig Ice Cream for Sale in Ecuador

Cone or Scoop: Guinea Pig Ice Cream for Sale in Ecuador

By Gonzalo Solano | Oct 4
It's a real ice cream flavor: guinea pig.

Gay-Friendly Coffee Shop Opens in Beijing

Gay-Friendly Coffee Shop Opens in Beijing

By Sam Cronin | Oct 3
Bear Brew, a newly opened specialty coffee shop in Beijing, is special not just in being a dedicated coffee shop (which is still a fledgling industry in China), but also for it's LGBTQ inclusive founding attitude.

Hard vs. Soft: What Your Preferred Type of Taco May Reveal About You

Hard vs. Soft: What Your Preferred Type of Taco May Reveal About You

Oct 3
Have you ever had the perfect taco? New research has identified the most popular combination for taco lovers nationwide.

'Barefoot Contessa' Star Ina Garten is Writing Memoir

'Barefoot Contessa' Star Ina Garten is Writing Memoir

Oct 2
Celadon Books announced Wednesday that million-selling chef Ina Garten is working on a memoir, not yet titled. It's tentatively scheduled for 2023.

Drag Star Rosé Launches #WineCrushWednesday on Instagram

Drag Star Rosé Launches #WineCrushWednesday on Instagram

Oct 2
Drag queen Rosé of Stephanie's Child fame launches her own Instagram TV series with a focus on her favorite beverage: wine.

How To Drink Jägermeister Like An Adult in 6 Cocktails

How To Drink Jägermeister Like An Adult in 6 Cocktails

Oct 1
The Educated Barfly says that Jägermeister can be appreciated as far more than a late-night shot. Here are six cocktail recipes that elevate a spirit with a bad rap.

4 Cocktails to Celebrate National Vodka Day

4 Cocktails to Celebrate National Vodka Day

Oct 1
October 4 is National Vodka Day. (Yes, it's a thing, along with National Taco Day — where is the poor margarita, though?) To help celebrate, Prince Lewis mixologist Nathaniel Lewis offers four libations to shake up your revelry.

Perk Up: France Resuscitates Dying Villages 1 Cafe at a Time

Perk Up: France Resuscitates Dying Villages 1 Cafe at a Time

By John Leicester | Sep 30
For the rural French village of Port-Brillet, the closure of its last cafe came as a painful shock.

Study Finds That This is the Most Stressful Part of Dining Out

Study Finds That This is the Most Stressful Part of Dining Out

Sep 29
Half of Americans admit deciding on an outfit is the most stressful part of dining out, according to new research.

Sazerac House Celebrates New Orleans Cocktail Culture

Sazerac House Celebrates New Orleans Cocktail Culture

By Rebecca Santana | Sep 28
Visitors to New Orleans who want to learn more about cocktails will soon have a new place to go. No, it's not another bar. The Sazerac Company, a Louisiana-based spirits maker, is opening the Sazerac House on October 2.

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