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  1. Forget the Cronut and all those cupcakes of various sizes and sweetness; the pastry du jour is the canelé (pronounced “KAH-nuh-lay”). Canelés are small, striated French pastries with a dark...
  2. Mark Lewis, the founder of Marco Paolo Chocolates , produces boxes of double-layered truffles with exotic flavor combinations—think white chocolate and coconut ganache paired with cilantro and a dark...
  3. If quality tobacco is a new area of discovery for you and you have an interest in developing a taste for fine cigars, you will find in this video a few suggestions from people whose lives are...
  4. One of the best things about enjoying a good cigar is the people with whom we share that moment. Time has become our scarcest commodity; because of that, an hour spent smoking a fine cigar in good...
  5. If your love of whiskey is strong—strong enough to merit a trip to Las Vegas for the annual Universal Whisky Experience —there’s a good chance you know of Mahesh Patel. Patel founded the four-day...
  6. Augie Kersting, the sommelier at Meadowood in St. Helena, Calif., is quite fond of a joke that’s popular among wine professionals. “How do you spell sommelier ?” he asks. “R-I-E-S-L-I-N-G.” The joke...
  7. New York City’s appreciation of German culture is on the rise, a trend that’s made abundantly clear by the many biergartens popping up throughout the city and its suburbs. This beer-hall resurgence...
  8. We’re just going to shoot from the hip on this one: We don’t want to see Halloween displays in stores until the first day of October. But we’re not opposed to seeing jack-o’-lanterns on our beer...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...

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