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Vapor Trail
5 days ago

Vapor Trail

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The steam table is an often misunderstood – even maligned – concept. For those unfortunate souls who know only a lackluster corner deli, it’s a repository of “food …
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3 Affordable Weekend Escapes for Spring
5 days ago

3 Affordable Weekend Escapes for Spring

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Courtesy Steamtown National Historic Site

If you’ve been looking forward to warm and sunny weekends, we’ve got some unique getaways you probably haven’t taken yet.

Along with baseball …
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We’ll Have the Sake He’s Having

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Sake in Vancouver

It’s the end of a long, stressful week. I’m fucking exhausted and spent, on multiple levels. If it were summer, I’d be clamoring for a …
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Apple Pie Quinoa Porridge
5 days ago

Apple Pie Quinoa Porridge

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Burnt out on your favorite breakfast? FOTG contributor Jen Sotolongo shares a warm apple pie spiced quinoa porridge to help you shake up your morning routine!


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Have You Saved Money With These Travel Innovators?
5 days ago

Have You Saved Money With These Travel Innovators?

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Brands like Hopper, Graduate Hotels, and Celebrity Cruises are transforming the way we travel.

In our insatiable quest to explore new travel trends, we’ve been devouring Fast Company’s …
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Comixcal
6 days ago

Comixcal

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“There are two Oaxacan foods – what is served for tourists, and what people really eat,” says Marahí López, the chef at Comixcal, an Oaxacan restaurant in Mexico City’s …
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We Should Be So Lucky as to Have This Be The Weirdest Thing We Try to Get Over a Hangover
6 days ago

We Should Be So Lucky as to Have This Be The Weirdest Thing We Try to Get Over a Hangover

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Dr Henderson in London

With an outsize influence on British food culture and an enviable line in spectacles, when Fergus Henderson puts his name to a cocktail, you …
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The House in Which a Camel Grunts
6 days ago

The House in Which a Camel Grunts

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For nearly 30 years, the two biggest Bedouin tribes in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, the Tarabin and Mezeina, have gathered annually on Jan. 10 at the Zalaga Valley …
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Tasty Travel-Friendly Wines
6 days ago

Tasty Travel-Friendly Wines

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Clever and convenient packaging lets you kick back with a glass – or can – of wine the next time you hit the outdoors.

There’s an old wisecrack …
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Naples
7 days ago

Naples

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While in many parts of Europe consumer capitalism has brought an invasion of chain supermarkets and restaurants, contributing to the extinction of independent family-run grocers, Naples and the …
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10 Most Family-Friendly Cities in Europe
1 week ago

10 Most Family-Friendly Cities in Europe

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From peerless parks to hands-on-museums and refreshingly affordable food, these major European cities all say “welcome!” to families with children.

If your motto is “Have family, will travel,” …
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