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How to Pair Wine With Nachos

This will come in handy during the Super Bowl.

King’s Fantastic Hot Chocolate–Espresso Hybrid Is the Antidote for Winter Doldrums

It’s called bicerin, and if there’s another booze-free elixir more capable of shaking off a case of the winter blues, we don’t know about it.

America’s Female Farmworkers Say They’re Facing a Sexual-Harassment ‘Pandemic’

According to one survey, as many as 80 percent of workers have experienced assault and harassment firsthand.

Here’s Where You Can Heckle Trump During Tonight’s State of the Union

Drink specials and viewing parties for the, uh, big event.

Grub Street Pick:
Taokaenoi, Crispy Seaweed Original Flavor, 65g
These chips are salty, crispy, and also happen to be made of seaweed.

Philadelphia and Boston Keep Banning Each Other’s Foods Ahead of the Super Bowl

Cream pies, cheesesteaks, and Boston Market are all under attack.

Michelin Guide ‘Allows’ French Chef to Forfeit His Restaurant’s Stars

It’s the first time it’s happened in the guidebook’s history.

You Can’t Unsee This Australian Margarita Garnished With a Pig Eyeball

You may not feel compelled to order another round.

Medieval Times Is Replacing All of Its Kings With Queens

It says people kept asking why the women play “nothing but princesses.”

Clare Reichenbach Is the James Beard Foundation’s New CEO

It’s a new position for the influential industry organization.

 

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