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Venezuelan Rum Distillery Takes on Coronavirus

Venezuelan Rum Distillery Takes on Coronavirus

By Scott Smith | Apr 2
The Santa Teresa distillery is now making antiseptic alcohol, which is hauled to pharmacies and turned into hand sanitizer.

Why Health Experts Aren't Warning About Coronavirus in Food

Why Health Experts Aren't Warning About Coronavirus in Food

By Candice Choi | Apr 2
Chicken with salmonella can make you sick. So can romaine lettuce with E. coli and buffets with lurking norovirus. So why aren't health officials warning people about eating food contaminated with the new coronavirus?

Aqua Expeditions Launches Online Cooking Classes

Aqua Expeditions Launches Online Cooking Classes

Apr 1
Luxury small-ship tour operator Aqua Expeditions will launch its first-ever online culinary masterclass designed to bring gastronomic magic from across Aqua's destinations to Americans isolated at home.

'America's Test Kitchen' has the Recipe to Hit Season 20

'America's Test Kitchen' has the Recipe to Hit Season 20

By Lynn Elber | Apr 1
The gimmick-free "America's Test Kitchen" is in its 20th season of expertly guiding viewers through well-vetted steps for savory sauces, perfectly grilled fish and flaky pie crusts, among the 1,000-plus recipes it has demystified to date.

How to Make a Crave-Worthy Fried Egg Sandwich

How to Make a Crave-Worthy Fried Egg Sandwich

Mar 31
A fried egg sandwich inspired by L.A.'s famous Eggslut restaurant.

Pizzeria Borrows to Keep Workers on Job, Spurs Donations

Pizzeria Borrows to Keep Workers on Job, Spurs Donations

By Wayne Parry | Mar 29
This is a story about bosses and their workers, in the dark days of COVID-19. It's also a story about how one good turn deserves another and yet another.

5 Cocktail Recipes to Weather the Weekend

5 Cocktail Recipes to Weather the Weekend

Mar 27
Home bars have never been more well-stocked, but what to do with all of those spirits? Shake up a new recipe with one of these libations from some of the country's best bartenders and drinking destinations.

Virus Sends A Nation of Restaurant-Goers Back to the Kitchen

Virus Sends A Nation of Restaurant-Goers Back to the Kitchen

By Melissa Rayworth | Mar 25
One bright spot is emerging from self-quarantine and mandatory working from home: In this nation that so often dines out or gobbles processed food on the run, Americans are cooking a whole lot more.

When Restaurants Close, Americans Lose Much More Than a Meal

When Restaurants Close, Americans Lose Much More Than a Meal

Mar 25
How long can the hospitality industry — restaurants, cafes, bars, diners, all the places that welcome people — survive in isolation?

How to Make Roast Chicken

How to Make Roast Chicken

Mar 24
Food Network star Marc Murphy offers an easy-to-follow recipe for comforting roast chicken.

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