Food and Drink Articles
The idea of a raw fish as a hangover cure isn’t nearly as scary as a pisco-induced hangover.
After a night spent drinking bottles at an izakaya, soothe your morning hangover with shijimi.
This hearty meat soup is not a morning-after hangover cure. Instead, grab a bowl before heading to bed after a night of drinking.
Try this Mongolian hangover cure: bantan, a soup made of meat and dough crumbs.
To help cure a sangria-induced hangover, make some pincho de tortilla, a tapa dish similar to a frittata.
Iskembe corbasi, or tripe soup, is a traditional Turkish hangover cure — perfect for nights spent indulging in too much raki.
Some hotels offer food-focused adventures to truffle hunt, fish, harvest ingredients and more with famous chefs. Find out which culinary experiences made our Top 5 list.
Ross Wrangham, from Formaggio Kitchen in Boston, provides advice on pairing beer and cheese together.
Top 10 beer and cheese pairings that are perfect for celebrating Oktoberfest, marking the return of the football season or satisfying creamy and hard cheese textures with a crafty cold one.
Take a spirited journey across America to discover some of the nation's best craft breweries.
Meet the panel of advisors behind Travel’s Best Summer Foods 2014. Our advisors have traveled the nation, and along the way, sampled some of the best cuisine our nation has to offer.
Foodie George Motz shares his favorite recipes for hot sauce.
Put on your best walking or dancin' shoes! We're about to take you on a exclusive bar-hopping tour of some of the hottest bars and clubs in São Paulo.
Check out these 3 resort towns that are serving up sustainable eats and local spirits whose quality rises far above your typical ski-lodge and bar-food fare.
Set spark to your romance with a unique set of plans: a chocolate factory tour and tasting. Few can resist the temptations of rich, creamy chocolates, particularly the artisanal kind.