By Elif SelviliPhotography by Kate LeSueur The word “coffee” entered the English language through a circuitous phonetic route by way of the Dutch word koffie, derived from the Italian ...
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By Lucinda Hutson It just didn’t seem like Christmas. For reasons unfathomable to my youngest sister and me, a dark cloud hung over our family and the mood was not merry. Always fearless ...
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By David AlanPhotography by Jenna Noel In The Physiology of Taste, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin writes, “To invite people to dine with us is to make ourselves responsible for their well-being ...
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By David AlanPhotography by Jenna Noel The Eastern Polynesian-inspired tiki theme was a dominant aesthetic in American popular culture for decades. No doubt images come to mind of Hawaiian shirts, ...
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By David AlanPhotography by Jenna Noel There is no spirit veiled in more mystery and misinformation than absinthe. Known as the “green fairy,” this potable is famously alleged, and ...
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