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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. If your travels should take you to Seattle, you’ll want to reserve a night to visit Canon: Whiskey and Bitters Emporium , a cozy Central District restaurant and bar dedicated to craft cocktails and...
  7. It used to be that barrel-aged gin wasn’t a novelty or a niche segment of the market; instead, it was the norm. During the first half of the 19th century, all gins were aged out of necessity—wooden...
  8. During the 82nd annual International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers trade show held in Las Vegas in July, we had the opportunity to spend some quality time with the people who make some of the...
  9. Before I departed for the Middle East, numerous friends offered up their unsolicited advice on Dubai’s drinking scene. “You can drink there, but don’t get drunk,” said one friend who had never...
  10. Today, Zingerman’s is a food institution—an empire of restaurants, bakeries, even a cookbook publishing press. Back in 1982, however, Zingerman’s was nothing more than a delicatessen in Ann Arbor,...

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