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California Cafe Touts Its $75 Coffee as the  World's Priciest

California Cafe Touts Its $75 Coffee as the World's Priciest

May 16
A California cafe is brewing up what it calls the world's most expensive coffee — at $75 a cup.

Healthy Morning Recipes and Exercise for Spring

Healthy Morning Recipes and Exercise for Spring

May 14
Nikole Goncalves offers her tips and tricks for healthy morning eating and exercise.

PBS Film Tackles Mexican Americans' Role in Winemaking

PBS Film Tackles Mexican Americans' Role in Winemaking

May 12
"Harvest Season," a new PBS documentary, examines the contributions of Mexican Americans in the wine industry of California's Napa Valley.

UNICO 20º87º Hotel Riviera Maya Reveals Chef Line-Up For Summer Gastronomy Takeover

UNICO 20º87º Hotel Riviera Maya Reveals Chef Line-Up For Summer Gastronomy Takeover

By Matthew Wexler | May 10
UNICO 20º87º's Superbia Summer returns for its second year of exceptional food, mixology and entertainment

Chef Stopped at LA Airport with 40 Frozen Piranhas

Chef Stopped at LA Airport with 40 Frozen Piranhas

May 9
A famous South American chef says he was stopped as he brought 40 piranhas in a duffel bag through Los Angeles International Airport.

Time Out Market Opens in Miami Beach

Time Out Market Opens in Miami Beach

May 9
Time Out Market Miami opens its doors to the public today, bringing a new culinary destination to Miami Beach.

Windstar Cruises Partners with James Beard Foundation

Windstar Cruises Partners with James Beard Foundation

May 7
The cruise buffet is getting a makeover, thanks to small ship line Windstar Cruises, who is partnering with the James Beard Foundation for a series of culinary cruises in 2020.

Uncertain Future for 'Super' Seaweed after Court Ruling

Uncertain Future for 'Super' Seaweed after Court Ruling

By Patrick Whittle | May 6
Maine's seaweed business has grown like a weed in recent years, with proponents touting it as both a "superfood" and an economic generator for the rural state — but the industry is now facing sticky new restrictions.

3 Questions About Tequila, Answered

3 Questions About Tequila, Answered

May 3
In recent years, you may have heard of tequila tastings and walked by a new mezcal bar — and wondered about the difference between the two. Here's the difference.

Americans Love Cinco de Mayo, But Few Know What They're Celebrating

Americans Love Cinco de Mayo, But Few Know What They're Celebrating

May 3
In Mexico's long and storied history, the Battle of Puebla is generally considered a fairly minor event. But its legacy lives on a century and a half later, particularly in the United States.

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