People who drink a moderate amount of coffee – up to 3½ cups a day – might have a better chance at a longer life span, even if their coffee is lightly sweetened with sugar, according to research published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Most crustaceans meet a predictable fate at Red Lobster. But not Cheddar, the bright-orange specimen who is now set to live out her days being oohed over at an aquarium rather than, like so many of her compatriots, being broiled and dipped in butter.
In my younger days, I thought the purpose of tequila was to get hammered under the hot summer sun. Boisterous sidewalk brunches fueled by tequila sunrises. Bubbly palomas on the back porch. Enough frozen margaritas to make everything seem like a good idea. (Note: Nothing was actually a good idea.)
"Wine is the possibility to put our message before the world. We want young women of Georgia to believe in themselves and know they can do their own thing and earn their freedom," says Gvantsa Abuladze, who makes wines with her sister, Baia, in the Imereti region of Georgia.
Residents and businesses in Tachiarai, Fukuoka Prefecture, have launched a project to produce craft beer made with locally harvested strawberries and corn to support farmers struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
For home cooks, vacation rentals are full of booby traps. Dull knives that make dicing an onion a dicey proposition. Warped and scorched pots. Ancient electric stoves with inconsistent or puny burners. If you’re cooking away from home, you might feel unmoored even before you consider shopping on unfamiliar terrain.
I'm not going to apologize for liking an Impossible or Beyond burger every now and then. Sometimes I feel like I should, given the criticism they face for being highly processed, not focused on recognizable vegetables, etc.
It was another busy day at popular udon restaurant chain Marugame Seimen's Kanpachi Heiwadai branch, located along a main boulevard in Tokyo's Nerima Ward. The place was filled as usual with families and groups of students.