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Old, overgrown apple orchards were everywhere Troy Carter looked when he took a post-college motorcycle trek along the back roads of California's Sonoma Coast.

There's something about drinking cocktails on New Year's Eve that makes the occasion feel extra festive. But on New Year's Day, there's often something

Nochevieja, or "old night," as New Year's Eve is known in Spain, is a celebration that comes with a bit of insurance. All across

This time of year, most of us make a New Year's resolution to lose weight. To jump-start my own plans, and to help my

Corks are popping all over the place this month. More bottles of Champagne and other sparkling wines are sold during the holidays than at

By now, you've probably heard about turmeric: the yellow-orange rhizome native to South Asia recognized for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The ingredient in Indian