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My father’s home of Trinidad & Tobago is filled with astounding diversity -- its ecology, its people and, not least of all, its food.

Take it from this staunchly indoorsy Coloradan: You don't have to ski here to drink as though you do. The following cocktails, all featuring

Our ancestors knew a thing or two about how to enjoy the festive season without paying the penalty for overindulgence. It's no accident that many

This year, you can transform your ordinary Thanksgiving dinner into an extraordinary one -- not with food, but with drink. Shake up cocktail hour

Chambord is a luscious, expensive French liqueur made from black raspberries. Shambord, made from blackberries and bourbon, has a similar flavor but with a

This year, I toasted the end of the Colorado mushroom season with a cocktail made with chanterelle-infused syrup. A mushroom drink may sound unusual,