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The New York Times Spends 2 Days with 'Queer Eye' Hunk Antoni Porowski

The New York Times Spends 2 Days with 'Queer Eye' Hunk Antoni Porowski

Sep 21
Not long after Netflix's reboot of "Queer Eye" picked up three Emmy awards, including Outstanding Structured Reality Program, The New York Times is profiling the reality show's Antoni Porowski, the Fab Five's cooking guru.

Arak: A Taste of National Pride in Lebanon

Arak: A Taste of National Pride in Lebanon

By Fadi Tawil | Sep 20
Every part of Lebanon's national drink, arak, is infused with tradition — from distilling the aniseed-tinged liquor to the ritual of mixing it at the table, when the transparent liquid suddenly turns milky white as water is added.

Newcomers Bring Decaying Kentucky Distillery Back to Life

Newcomers Bring Decaying Kentucky Distillery Back to Life

By Bruce Schreiner | Sep 19
Two newcomers to the whiskey business have resurrected the Old Taylor distillery and renamed it. And along with bourbon and rye, they hope once again to generate tourism.

Ross Mathews to Host Los Angeles Weekly Drag Brunch

Ross Mathews to Host Los Angeles Weekly Drag Brunch

Sep 18
Starting on September 22, 2018, and continuing every Saturday, Ross Mathews will present a weekly brunch event at Rockwell Table & Stage, featuring top Drag Queens from "RuPaul's Drag Race."

Tokyo's Iconic Fish Market Set to Re-Open

Tokyo's Iconic Fish Market Set to Re-Open

By Yuri Kageyama | Sep 13
The new Toyosu market won't open for business until Oct. 11, but hundreds of government and fisheries industry officials in dark suits came to the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the sprawling facility.

Vietnam's Capital Urges Residents to Stop Eating Dog Meat

Vietnam's Capital Urges Residents to Stop Eating Dog Meat

Sep 11
Authorities in Vietnam's capital are urging residents to stop eating dog meat because it hurts the city's image and improper raising and slaughtering of the animals could spread rabies.

Convenience Shops Go Healthy as Milliennials Choose Wellness

Convenience Shops Go Healthy as Milliennials Choose Wellness

By Kelli Kennedy | Sep 10
In convenience stores spawned by the wellness wave, kombucha slushies take the place of corn-syrupy treats infused with red dye and tortilla chips are made of cassava flour.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World Releases Cookbook

Small Luxury Hotels of the World Releases Cookbook

Sep 10
At a time when food tourism is becoming more popular, Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) is launching a collection of handpicked recipes from the brand's portfolio of over 520 hotels in more than 80 countries.

Will Espresso-Loving Italy Embrace Country's 1st Starbucks?

Will Espresso-Loving Italy Embrace Country's 1st Starbucks?

By Luca Bruno, Frances D'Emilio | Sep 9
Will the country that gave us espresso embrace the company that gave us grande Frappucinos?

NFL Stadiums Serving More Than Hot Dogs and Burgers

NFL Stadiums Serving More Than Hot Dogs and Burgers

By Teresa M. Walker | Sep 9
Hamburgers and hot dogs are always great at a football game. How about some pimento cheese melts, fried ravioli or a brat wrapped in a blanket of fried cheese curds on a pretzel bun.

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