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Here's a new excuse to head to England.
Northern England's village of Oldstead is home to a population of just 68, but that small crowd can eat very well.That's because the Black Swan at Oldstead, a family-run pub in the area 230 miles north of London, was just declared the ...
 
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The Dalmore's Paterson collection, with 12 individual bottles of rare whiskies from 1926 to the 1990s, was purchased by a young collector.
The Dalmore, a British luxury whisky maker, has confirmed reports that its prized Paterson collection has sold. The Paterson Collection is a compendium of Dalmore single malts featuring 12 individual bottles of rare whiskies, from 1926 to the 1990s. Valued at £987,500 ...
 
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Along with the grand feast, Sofitel will be celebrating the French wine harvest by showcasing 40 outstanding wines from around the world.
Marking the start of the holiday season, Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila presents a leisurely Sunday brunch for family, friends, and all others with a sumptuous journey through its flagship restaurant Spiral.On October 22, gourmands and connoisseurs of fine food and wine will ...
 
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Chef Chan Hong Meng shares the secret behind Singapore's famous soya-sauce chicken.
Filipinos love their chicken. We've got hundreds of fried chicken joints to show for it. But there's a lot more to chicken than having it deep-fried, golden-brown, and slathered in thick gravy—and Singaporean restaurant Liao Fan Hawker Chan is on its way ...
 
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Celebrate our favorite UK tradition with these festive holiday bon-bons.
Invented in the late 1840s, Christmas crackers have been a British holiday staple for well over a century. Typically their contents consisted of a tissue paper hat, a small toy, and a joke or riddle—something that still stands true today (with some ...
 
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One night only. Celebrate with all-you-can-drink Belgian beer for just P600. The Old Swiss Inn will be throwing in their classic cheese and sausages, a perfect pair to the pales, ales, and pils.
What started out as frustration for Belgians Gregory Tutt and Emmanuel de Ghellinck turned into a business venture. Disappointed with the lack of quality Belgian beers in the country, Tutt and de Ghellinck decided to start Les Deux Belges in 2016. The ...
 
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Good news for coffee fans.
A good coffee is not only tasty and a much-needed pick-me-up, but now high coffee consumption has been associated with a lower risk of death. More specifically, a study has suggested those who drink at least four cups of coffee have a ...
 
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The second edition of Undiscovered SF is scheduled for September 15, 2017 at the Old Mint building.
It’s been a long time coming but Filipino cuisine has finally gained its due. After a prediction by Bloomberg, call-outs by travel-food hosts Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern, and the indubitable success of Filipino restaurants on the world stage, it’s clear Filipino ...
 
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How to serve, pair, and savor the finest sturgeon roe.
There's no quicker way to announce that a meal is special. More than lobster or champagne (or even a giant bucket of fried chicken), a dollop of sturgeon roe instantly tells an assembled crowd they're in for a celebration. And while caviar ...
 
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MaArte Fair 2017 will run from August 11 to 13 at The Gallery of The Peninsula Manila.
This year, MaArte Fair promises a whole different experience, starting with a partnership with The Peninsula Manila. With roots as an advocate for Philippine art and culture, it only made sense for The Peninsula Manila’s The Gallery to be the setting of ...
 
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The chef, who just opened a new restaurant at the Connaught in London, reveals his biggest dining pet peeve.
Last week Jean-Georges Vongerichten debuted his newest restaurant at the Connaught hotel in London. The menu, which brings some of the chef's most famous creations across the pond, includes dishes like caviar on toast, crispy salmon sushi, cotton candy, and even black ...
 
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From childhood in Lebanon to France’s château country to California’s hottest new terroir, Daniel and Georges Daou epitomize the globalization of the wine industry.
When Daniel and Georges Daou sold their software company and used the money to create a winery, they weren’t exactly inventing a new narrative. That’s the story behind most of the famous cabernet labels in Napa Valley. What makes theirs different is ...
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