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Travel New and Now: BYO Crockpot, Cocktail Conference, & 1-Year Tour

By Beth J. Harpaz | Dec 1
New and noteworthy in the travel world? Read to find out...

After Parents Refuse to Attend Wedding, Gay Blogger Pens Open Letter

Nov 30
A New York-based food blogger who runs The Gay Foodie recently wrote an open letter to his parents, who refused to attend his wedding to his longtime partner in 2013.

New Orleans Culinary Matriarch Turns 90

By Janet McConnaughey | Nov 30
She dropped out of secretarial school and taught herself the restaurant business, mentored chefs who put Louisiana on the culinary map, is the matriarch of a family that owns nearly 20 restaurants and is credited with creating nouvelle Creole cuisine.

Kansas City: Riffs and Ribs

By Jill Gleeson | Nov 29
Part II in our look at Kansas City includes an insider's perspective on the city's best barbecue and music venues.

Over the EDGE Gift Guide: Food & Drink

By Jill Gleeson | Nov 27
EDGE's annual shortlist of the best food- and drink-related gifts of the season. Save room for dessert.

Proceeds From Hillcrest Brewery's Red Ribbon Ale Benefits HIV/AIDS Research

By EDGE | Nov 27
For World AIDS Day, Hillcrest Brewing Company's Red Ribbon Ale sale proceeds are all going towards The Scripps Research Institute's HIV/AIDS research.

6 Easy Tips to Gain Weight This Holiday Season!

Nov 26
Green Mountain at Fox Run offers EDGE readers some insider perspective on the real truths around holiday eating habits.

Ditch Thanksgiving Stress With These Tips

Nov 26
For most people, the holidays are a little bit stressful. And for those who are already struggling day-to-day with chronic pain or fibromyalgia, the added holiday stresses can actually trigger a flare of pain symptoms.

Warning! New E. coli Cases Linked to Costco Chicken Salad

By Donna Gordon Blankinship | Nov 25
The strain of E. Coli linked to Costco chicken salad that has sickened 19 people in seven states is more likely to be life-threatening than a recent foodborne illness that led to the closure of some Chipotle restaurants in the Northwest.

Lidia Bastianich: From Refugee to Food Empire Matriarch

By Michele Kayal | Nov 25
In a dozen books and on her public television program, Bastianich has schooled American cooks in homemade pasta, the proper use of escarole, and the need to slow down and come to the table.

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