Life: Food&Wine

Over 1,500 A-listers will be treated to more than 50 dishes. More than 10,900 glasses of wine will be served.
KFC said that more than 700 of its 900 UK-wide chicken shops had been forced to close since the weekend, while others were offering a downsized menu or shorter opening hours.
First Airline's two-hour virtual reality 'flights' to Paris, Rome, Hawaii and New York give visitors a first-class restaurant experience without the hassle of a real trip.
Crowned the world's best restaurant four times in the past decade by Restaurant magazine, Noma has put Nordic cuisine on the foodie world map.
The world championship known as Cous Cous Fest draws chefs to the Italian island of Sicily every year.
The annual carnival sees two groups pelt each other with more than 500 tons of oranges.
Marketing departments have gone into overdrive to promote the 'fourth' type of chocolate, after milk, dark and white.
Women remain a tiny minority in the often macho and highly-competitive world of haute cuisine, holding less than five percent of Michelin stars globally.
The South African wine industry is showcasing a diversity of styles and grapes option. Miguel Chan has more on this.
With teenagers and millennials drinking less alcohol than their parents, entrepreneurs jumping on the bandwagon believe a less booze-soaked future might be just around the corner.
Ntsiki Biyela shot to fame in 2004 as South Africa's first black female winemaker, shattering stereotypes about black people's affinity for wine.
A Mediterranean diet, inspired by menus popular in countries such as Greece, Italy and Spain, has long been said to be good for heart health.
To fill the giant cup, 155 kilograms of tea-leaf powder, 270 kilograms of milk powder, 360 kilograms of sugar and other seasoners like ginger and cinnamon were used.
Researchers studied the carbon footprint of 40 different fillings.
France beat 11 other countries to take the top honour, with Spain and Australia taking second and third place.
A Japanese study has found that craving carbs may not be your fault after all.
Last month "the craft of the miller operating windmills and watermills" was officially included on UNESCO's list of "the intangible cultural heritage of humanity".
Some 250,000 people turned out to the Mexico City's main plaza known as the Zocalo to devour the enormous brioche-style king cake, known as 'Rosca de Reyes.'
Suffering the after-effects of welcoming in the new year? Maybe this will help.
The fine dining restaurant in Milan cooks free meals with leftovers from shops, following recipes created by a Michelin-starred chef and other famous cooks.
French farmer Joffrey Dubault also offers oysters flavoured with shallots, another perennial accompaniment usually served finely chopped and floating in vinegar.
Even if you don't try all the recipes, it's entertaining just to watch beautiful dishes being made all around the world.
Afghanistan boasts nearly 100 varieties of grapes, which are grown across the country and celebrated in popular poetry, nursery rhymes and proverbs.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has become a Palestinian hero for condemning Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. would like to send you push notifications.
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