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Watch: Alaska 5000, Trixie Mattel and More Launch SERV Vodka

Watch: Alaska 5000, Trixie Mattel and More Launch SERV Vodka

Sep 29, 2021

Manila Luzon, Trixie Mattel, Trinity the Tuck, Sharon Needles, Monét X Change and Alaska 5000 hope to capitalize on the mass appeal of the multi-million dollar drag industry to sell a new brand of flavored vodka.

Review: 'Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain' a Moving Tribute to the Celebrity Chef

Review: 'Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain' a Moving Tribute to the Celebrity Chef

By Karin McKie | Sep 28, 2021

We love Anthony Bourdain. We're angry at him. We miss him. We need him. We celebrate him.

Beyond, Impossible Join Crowded Plant-Based Chicken Market

Beyond, Impossible Join Crowded Plant-Based Chicken Market

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Sep 28, 2021

Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods found success with realistic plant-based burgers. Now, they're hoping to replicate that in the fast-growing but crowded market for plant-based chicken nuggets.

Why Coffee Could Cost More at Groceries, Cafes

Why Coffee Could Cost More at Groceries, Cafes

Sep 28, 2021

As if a cup of coffee wasn't expensive enough, a confluence of factors is driving up farmers' costs to grow the beans and it could begin filtering down to your local cafe before the end of the year.

Houston Pick as City for Next 'Top Chef' Puts Hosts on the Defense

Houston Pick as City for Next 'Top Chef' Puts Hosts on the Defense

By Matthew Wexler | Sep 27, 2021

"Top Chef" soon returns for Season 19, but some fans of the reality food competition are simmering with rage over its pick of Houston as its backdrop.

Diner Leaves $10,000 Tip for Workers at Florida Restaurant

Diner Leaves $10,000 Tip for Workers at Florida Restaurant

Sep 17, 2021

A diner at a north Florida restaurant gathered the staff of 10 together to thank them for their hard work before leaving them a $10,000 tip to share.

Diner Shot During Robbery at High-End NYC Restaurant

Diner Shot During Robbery at High-End NYC Restaurant

Sep 16, 2021

A diner at a high-end Manhattan restaurant was shot in the leg during a stickup in the eatery's outdoor seating area, police said.

These Rainbow Cocktails are Classic Pride, Any Time of Year

These Rainbow Cocktails are Classic Pride, Any Time of Year

Sep 15, 2021

In this article we'll look at some classic Pride Flag colored-cocktails, because when it comes to tasty sipping it's Pride all year long.

Weed Cellars Arrives in Florida, Just in Time for Miami Beach Pride

Weed Cellars Arrives in Florida, Just in Time for Miami Beach Pride

SPONSORED CONTENT | Sep 14, 2021

Nathan's Bar is the latest LGBTQ+ venue to welcome the arrival of Weed Cellars' Pride Edition — just in time for Miami Beach Pride this September.

Watch: Josie Smith Malave on Sobriety and the Power of Healthy Living

Watch: Josie Smith Malave on Sobriety and the Power of Healthy Living

SPONSORED CONTENT | Sep 9, 2021

Celebrity chef Josie Smith Malave joins EDGE for an intimate conversation about her dynamic career and journey towards sobriety.

Brewery Sues N. Carolina Commission Over Revealing Label

Brewery Sues N. Carolina Commission Over Revealing Label

Sep 8, 2021

A Maryland-based brewery is suing North Carolina regulators after one of its beer labels was deemed inappropriate and was rejected.

Sober Queer Spaces Gaining Ground

Sober Queer Spaces Gaining Ground

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 4, 2021

Creating a rainbow oasis of diversity and inclusion was, for decades, the role of the gay and lesbian bar. But what about those in recovery, or who just aren't attracted to the bar scene? Alternatives do exist.

10 Most Instagrammable American Dishes

10 Most Instagrammable American Dishes

Sep 1, 2021

Wondering what's keeping food-obsessed influencers awake late at night? According to a recent survey, the burger reigns supreme, but you'll be surprised to see what else made the list.

Don't Miss: Chef Josie Smith-Malave and the Power of Healthy Living

Don't Miss: Chef Josie Smith-Malave and the Power of Healthy Living

SPONSORED CONTENT | Aug 31, 2021

Don't miss this exclusive live interview with chef Josie Smith-Malave as she shares her personal experience with addiction recovery and tips for healthy living.

Eating Walnuts Every Day Could Lower Bad Cholesterol in Older Adults

Eating Walnuts Every Day Could Lower Bad Cholesterol in Older Adults

By American Heart Association | Aug 31, 2021

Adding a fistful of walnuts to your daily diet — no matter what else you eat — could lower bad cholesterol levels and reduce heart risks in otherwise healthy older adults, a new study suggests.

Padma Lakshmi Cooks Up a Children's Book with a Message

Padma Lakshmi Cooks Up a Children's Book with a Message

By Mark Kennedy | Aug 30, 2021

"It's a hugely autobiographical book," says Lakshmi. "I am not a children's author. I don't have experience writing for this audience beyond just making up stories at bedtime for my own child. So I needed to write about something I knew."

New Asian American Bakeries Find Bicultural Sweet Spot

New Asian American Bakeries Find Bicultural Sweet Spot

Aug 26, 2021

From ube cakes to mochi muffins, bakeries that sweetly encapsulate growing up Asian and American have been popping up. Their confections are a delectable vehicle for young and intrepid Asian Americans to celebrate their dual identity.

Supply Issues Take Shakes Off the Menu at British McDonald's

Supply Issues Take Shakes Off the Menu at British McDonald's

Aug 24, 2021

McDonald's says it has pulled milkshakes from the menu in all 1,250 of its British restaurants because of supply problems stemming from a shortage of truck drivers.

NYC's Hell's Kitchen Nightlife Bounces Back With New Openings

NYC's Hell's Kitchen Nightlife Bounces Back With New Openings

By Ryan Leeds | Aug 22, 2021

The the Roarin' 20s have begun! New York City's queer hub — Hell's Kitchen — bursts back to life with a slate of new LGBTQ bar openings that promises to revitalize the neighborhood for locals and tourists alike.

Pop-up Restaurants May Stick Around as COVID Sees Resurgence

Pop-up Restaurants May Stick Around as COVID Sees Resurgence

By Mae Anderson | Aug 22, 2021

Pop-up restaurants, many started as stopgap measures by struggling chefs and owners, may have staying power as consumers continue to embrace takeout and delivery.

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