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Sangria is a simple concoction of fruit, sugar, water and wine and a staple in sunny, tapas-minded Spain. Grown-up fruit punch, it's refreshing and

Cinco de Mayo is a pretty straightforward holiday -- no gifts, no elaborate rituals -- but that doesn’t mean you have to succumb to

There are many opinions about what to drink when eating a dish laced with vinegar, from Lambrusco with Balsamic to Muscadet with a cider

Spring is officially here, and year after year that means ordering a mimosa or a gin fizz. But it's the season of the egg,

At the end of the 19th century, Irish whiskey was the gold standard around the world, but  World War I changed that as shipping

Every now and then I come across a new culinary trend that leaves me wondering, "Why mess with something that's already a success?" Such