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Watch: Spanish Winemakers Innovate with 'Blue Wine'

Watch: Spanish Winemakers Innovate with 'Blue Wine'

Jan 5
The Spanish national law for wine defines the three kinds of wines - red, white and rose. Therefore, Gik Live is not considered wine. But Gik Live maintains that ruling is unfair because its drink is made from 100 percent grapes.

Easter Hunt is On: Cadbury Makes Batch of White Creme Eggs

Easter Hunt is On: Cadbury Makes Batch of White Creme Eggs

Jan 5
British confectioner Cadbury is making a white chocolate version of its popular Easter Creme egg - and offering a cash prize for those who find them as it tries to bolster the product's appeal.

McDonald's Tests Fresh Beef in Another Burger

McDonald's Tests Fresh Beef in Another Burger

By Joseph Pisani | Jan 3
McDonald's is testing the use of fresh beef in another burger, the latest move by the fast food chain to swap out frozen beef as it seeks to improve its image.

Gaucho Grill: Argentine Cuisine Glows with Wood-Fire Cooking

Gaucho Grill: Argentine Cuisine Glows with Wood-Fire Cooking

By Luis Andres Henao | Jan 3
The sacred Argentine "asado," or barbeque, brings together families and friends, regardless of social class, and is a source of national pride.

Secret Sauce? Kim Jong Un Applies Science to Kimchi-Making

Secret Sauce? Kim Jong Un Applies Science to Kimchi-Making

By Eric Talmadge | Jan 2
Kim Jong Un wants to turn the art of kimchi-making into a science. And the North Korean leader is putting his money where his mouth is.

2018's Seven Gay Wonders of the World: Big Bite Edition

2018's Seven Gay Wonders of the World: Big Bite Edition

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 1
EDGE returns with our fourth annual "Seven Gay Wonders of the World" - our yearly where-to-go-next guide for all those with serious wanderlust. For 2018, we've ditched calorie-counting and workouts for pure indulgence.

5 Signature Parisian Drinks and Where to Find Them

5 Signature Parisian Drinks and Where to Find Them

By Michelle Locke | Dec 30
Whether you fancy Champagne atop the Eiffel Tower or coffee at a sidewalk cafe, here are five ways to raise a toast, Parisian style.

Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: Lisbon

Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: Lisbon

By Jill Gleeson | Dec 28
Located in one of the world's most progressive countries for queer rights, Lisbon is getting set to hit its trendiness zenith in 2018 thanks to its affordability, beauty and diverse cultural doings, including some killer cookery.

Recipe: Chopped Winter Salad

Recipe: Chopped Winter Salad

By Katie Workman | Dec 28
How often do we read some article about how meaningful it is to cook with the seasons? But winter can test those good intentions.

Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: Vancouver

Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: Vancouver

By Jim Gladstone | Dec 27
Vancouver, British Columbia, is home to Western Canada's largest queer population and is a feast for both foodies and fitness buffs. Here's why it made our Seven Gay Wonders of the World list for 2018.

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