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Untouched by Light Slovenian Wine
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'Untouched by Light': Introducing the Wine Crafted in Darkness

We shine a light on a new-release sparkling wine, produced in Slovenia, under the cover of darkness. Come over to the dark side with us and take a sip.
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Squirrel is Back on the Menu

Squirrel meat is a more human and sustainable choice for meat-eaters, and in 2020 we could see it on the menu more frequently
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Try this 'Game-Changing' Hack to Revive your Limp Carrots

You can save those old, limp carrots you've forgotten about by placing them in a glass of water for five minutes and they'll be as good as new.
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What is a Michelin Star and How Do You Get One? Everything to Know

Unlike other rating systems, Michelin stars are not based on customer reviews, but on undercover inspections by anonymous food experts known as the Michelin Inspectors
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Homemade Braised Short Ribs: Try these Easy Recipes

Learn how to make hearty homemade braised short ribs in these three easy recipes from Ramsay, Puck and Garten and the winter months will slide by!
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The Mad World of Matsutake Mushrooms - More Precious Than Gold

Matsutake mushrooms are the most expensive mushrooms in the world. Highly-prized in Japan, the depletion of their natural habitat red pines means their supply is dwindling, and their price is rising.
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Take a Look at Bros’ New Vegetarian Menu 

Bros' restaurant in Lecce, southern Italy, won a Michelin star for its inventive contemporary Italian cuisine. Now chefs Floriano Pellegrino and Isabella Poti have launched a new vegetarian menu.
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Nico de Soto, the Globetrotting Mixologist: "Curiosity Fuels Creativity"

The cross-continental bar tender with three bars, and a whole lot of passport stamps, explains how travel is the ultimate creative injection.
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For Native, the Only Way is Essex 

London’s trailblazing foragers are packing up and heading east to a tiny island in Essex. Chef Ivan Tisdall-Downes tells us why.
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Have You Seen René Redzepi's Blue Sausage Fruit?

The blue sausage fruit, also known as dead man's finger, is native to northeast India. Inside, the transparent pulpy flesh is deliciously sweet and subtle. Find out what it is and how it tastes.
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Classic Hot Toddy Recipe: Ingredients & How to Make this Warming Drink

"A hot toddy is a mixture of hot water, honey, lemon, and a drop of whiskey. Boil the water and pour into a glassware. Add whiskey, honey and lemon juice, and stir."
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Spanish Coffee Recipes: What Is It, Ingredients & How to Make It

What is Spanish coffee? Here's the lowdown on the classic cocktail from Portland that's fun, extravagant, and a real pick-me-up on a night out.
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From Mooncakes to Hairy Crab: Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Food

From Mooncakes to Hairy Crab and Lotus Root, all the food you should eat at the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival to celebrate the full moon at harvest time.
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Aioli

With this easy aioli sauce recipe you'll learn the best way to make the tasty garlic relish born in Provence, a perfect dressing for vegetables and meat
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Why Do We Cook More in a Crisis?

It’s a control issue! In times of stress, people want to take control of the situation. If you’re stuck at home and you can’t leave, there’s not much you can do. You do some cleaning, but one of the few things you can do to take control is to start cooking for yourself and your family

That’s what Marc Luxen, the author of ‘The Cook, The Diner and The Mind, The Psychology in the Kitchen and at the Table,’ said to us.  Discover the full interview that answer the question "Why do we cook more in a crisis?"