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  1. One school of thought holds that the purpose of a flask is to sneak alcohol into places where it’s not supposed to be. Because of that, many flasks are designed to look like something else, be it...
  2. The fall is fast approaching, but for now we’re still focused on the beach—in part because the third annual New York Oyster Week kicks off today with the Brooklyn Oyster Riot, an event that is new to...
  3. Brian Mottola, the chef de cuisine at e2 emeril’s eatery in Charlotte, N.C., knows a thing or two about tailgating. He and his brother grew up tailgating in the Meadowlands of New Jersey before every...
  4. This kicked-up turkey-wing recipe comes from Delmonico Steakhouse in Las Vegas. It was conceived by chef Ronnie Rainwater and is courtesy of Emeril Lagasse and Delmonico Steakhouse. Yield: 8 servings...
  5. These baked-first ribs are slathered in a sauce with strong coffee notes and underlying heat thanks to chipotle peppers. It was conceived by chef Brian Mottola and is courtesy of Emeril Lagasse and...
  6. One week of professional football is already in the books for the 2014 NFL season, and with it fans across the country have begun what may or may not be regular victory celebrations. Sure, there were...
  7. We love cigars for the way that they enhance a moment, and we found that some of the makers of fine cigars said it best at this year’s International Premium Cigar and Pipe Retailers show in Las Vegas...
  8. During the 82nd annual International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers trade show held in Las Vegas in July, one of the salient topics that came from our conversations with the trade’s exceptional...
  9. If you’ve ever popped into the Tavern on 51 at the New York Palace hotel, chances are you’ve caught a glimpse of an off-limits staircase that’s taunted you from behind locked glass doors not far from...
  10. If you’re a bourbon lover, you already know that getting a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle is beyond difficult—we’re talking quantum-physics hard. Thanks to James Broyhill II, getting a barrel is a little...

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