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US Shoppers Find Some Groceries Scarce Due to Virus, Weather

US Shoppers Find Some Groceries Scarce Due to Virus, Weather

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Jan 11, 2022

Shortages at U.S. grocery stores have grown more acute in recent weeks as new problems have piled on to the supply chain struggles and labor shortages.

4 Favorite Mocktail Recipes from New Orleans' Best Mixologists

4 Favorite Mocktail Recipes from New Orleans' Best Mixologists

Jan 11, 2022

New Orleans mixologists offer four alcohol-free drinks full of personality for those committed to a dry January.

Judge Pokes Hole in Swiss Cheesemaker's Legal Arguments

Judge Pokes Hole in Swiss Cheesemaker's Legal Arguments

By Matthew Barakat | Jan 11, 2022

Gruyere cheese does not have to come from the Gruyere region of Europe to be sold under the gruyere name, a federal judge has ruled.

3 LGBTQ+ Couples Taste Success in the Food Industry

3 LGBTQ+ Couples Taste Success in the Food Industry

By Lawrence Ferber | Jan 3, 2022

For some LGBTQ+ couples, being partners in both life and business turns out to be a recipe for success.

For Celebrations, English Fizz is on the Rise

For Celebrations, English Fizz is on the Rise

By Louise Dixon | Dec 28, 2021

English sparkling wine has been gaining prestige in recent years, with some experts comparing it to Champagne in taste and quality.

The Magnificent History of the Maligned and Misunderstood Fruitcake

The Magnificent History of the Maligned and Misunderstood Fruitcake

Dec 24, 2021

Nothing says Christmas quite like a fruitcake — or, at the very least, a fruitcake joke.Yet it's still managed to survive centuries of holiday dessert tables.

Holy Schitt! Dan Levy Partners with DoorDash for Holiday Gift Guide

Holy Schitt! Dan Levy Partners with DoorDash for Holiday Gift Guide

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 23, 2021

Dan Levy partners with DoorDash this season to curate a gift list from businesses led by immigrants, people of color, and other underrepresented entrepreneurs.

Nitehawk Cinema Puts Its Film-Themed Menus Into New Cookbook

Nitehawk Cinema Puts Its Film-Themed Menus Into New Cookbook

By Leanne Italie | Dec 22, 2021

"Nitehawk Cinema Presents" offers fan-favorite recipes and cocktails adapted for home.

A Taste of the Holidays: Our 5 Favorite Culinary Gifts

A Taste of the Holidays: Our 5 Favorite Culinary Gifts

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 20, 2021

EDGE turns up the heat this holiday season with five of our favorite culinary gifts.

Restaurants Anxious as Omicron, High Food Costs Take Toll

Restaurants Anxious as Omicron, High Food Costs Take Toll

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Dec 19, 2021

Already squeezed by labor shortages and skyrocketing food costs, now restaurants face the omicron variant.

Grown-Up Giving: Our Favorite Wine and Spirit Gifts of the Holiday Season

Grown-Up Giving: Our Favorite Wine and Spirit Gifts of the Holiday Season

Dec 17, 2021

EDGE offers a shortlist of our favorite wine, spirits, cocktail concoctions and beverage-inspired gifts to take your gift-giving to the next level.

Happy 100th, Bloody Mary: Paris Mark's Cocktail's Birthday

Happy 100th, Bloody Mary: Paris Mark's Cocktail's Birthday

Dec 15, 2021

Harry's Bar in Paris is celebrating the 100th birthday of the Bloody Mary, the vodka-tomato juice cocktail believed to have been invented in the iconic watering hole in 1921.

North Carolina Brewery Launches LGBTQ-Supportive Beer, Fund

North Carolina Brewery Launches LGBTQ-Supportive Beer, Fund

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 7, 2021

Here's looking at you, allyship: In response to anti-LGBTQ+ remarks by North Carolina's Lt. Governor, a brewery there has launched a new beer. Cheers!

Thai Chain's Cannabis Pizza: Trendy, But Won't Get You High

Thai Chain's Cannabis Pizza: Trendy, But Won't Get You High

By Chalida Ekvittayavechnukul | Nov 27, 2021

One of Thailand's major fast food chains has been promoting its "Crazy Happy Pizza." It's legal but won't get you high.

Yes, There Are Turkeys For Thanksgiving — For a Price

Yes, There Are Turkeys For Thanksgiving — For a Price

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Nov 22, 2021

Turkeys may not be able to fly very far. But their prices can soar — along with the costs of other holiday staples like cranberry sauce and pie filling.

New Study Reveals the Short-Term Effects of Coffee, Both Good and Bad

New Study Reveals the Short-Term Effects of Coffee, Both Good and Bad

By American Heart Association | Nov 16, 2021

Caffeinated coffee may come with a blend of short-term benefits and harms, according to a study that monitored its health effects in real time.

Top 10 US Cities for Fast Food

Top 10 US Cities for Fast Food

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 12, 2021

According to new data, Orlando, Houston and Phoenix are top U.S. cities for fast food and food delivery.

Watch: Justin Bieber and Tim Hortons Launch Timbiebs Timbits Collaboration

Watch: Justin Bieber and Tim Hortons Launch Timbiebs Timbits Collaboration

Nov 10, 2021

Pop star Justin Bieber has partnered with coffee chain Tim Hortons to launch Timbiebs Timbits.

American Heart Association Names 'Balance' as Key Word for Healthy Eating Habits

American Heart Association Names 'Balance' as Key Word for Healthy Eating Habits

By Michael Merschel, American Heart Association News | Nov 9, 2021

The latest word on heart-healthy eating is "balance." A new report encourages people to think of broad eating habits instead of narrowly focusing on single foods.

Roasting Coffee with the Rays of the Sun

Roasting Coffee with the Rays of the Sun

By Andrew Medichini | Nov 7, 2021

A couple of engineers in Rome have created an environmentally friendly way to roast coffee beans without electricity or gas.

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