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Most Caesar aficionados know where to find the best salad and are usually willing to trek miles across town to satisfy their craving. But few ever attempt to make one from scratch. Contrary to what anyone in a chef's hat might want you to believe, there are no secret ingredients or difficult techniques.


by Bob Blumer
Updated July 2017, Original: Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 2.2
Short of a good old fashioned barn raising, there's nothing that brings friends together better than a summer barbecue.

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by Bob Blumer
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In the world of numerals, one is the loneliest number.

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by Tina Caputo
U.S. Vol. 3.5
Despite my best artistic efforts, my sushi came out looking like some kid had run it over with his bike.

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by Debbie Elkind
U.S. Vol. 5.4
Whether fiery hot or comparatively mild, when it comes to Thai food, harmony's the guiding principle.

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by Wine X Staff May 2017
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If PBR can make a comeback in the beer world, anything can happen. Right? I mean look around you and all the signs say no-go. Microbreweries giving way to Nanobreweries. Some new sourced hops or wheat and even some resurrected beer style’s deciphered from a stone chiseled hieroglyphic recipe etched into a wall.

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by Jaytika Nand Online Only April 26, 2017
Hosting a dinner party is a big step and a lot of work, it can even be nerve wracking if you're a first timer. This does not mean that you should shy away from entertaining friends and family. You can become an expert host/hostess for a brunch gathering that will have people raving with compliments. Brunch is a great way to get people together, which even a kitchen novice can pull off with great ease.

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by Wine X Staff April 2017
. Easter weekend works for me. Everyone is in a good mood, the weather is finally consistently good enough to get outside and move, and normally it has been awhile since I’ve had a long weekend. That and someone is likely to invite me to a tasty meal on Sunday. Nom Nom. Right?

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By Igor Sill, Online Only
Spending the summer months sipping Rosé wines in one of the most beautiful and famous villages of France, St. Tropez, brings back some truly incredible memories. The sparkling aquamarine stretch of coastline between Provence, St. Tropez and Bandol is home to some of the finest Rosé wines and the perfect accompaniment to a Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur afternoon.

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by Rosina Tinari Wilson
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Tucked in between the Italian Riviera and the Alps of France and Switzerland, Piemonte (pyeh-MOHN-teh) has aptly been called Italy’s “green treasure chest.”

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by Chad Davidson
U.S. Vol. 3.2
In Montalcino, there's no shortage of excruciatingly quaint hilltop towns; no problem making you feel like writing home to say, "Sell everything. Never returning."

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by Tina Caputo
U.S. Vol. 2.3
Let's raise a toast to these lovely ambassadors of the grape and honor their contribution to the success of the California wine industry as it stands today.

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by Scott Stavrou
U.S. Vol. 5.3
Being a good poker player requires something few people do in today's short-attention-span society: paying close attention to everything.

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