• George Clooney and Casamigos Launch New Mezcal

    One year ago - By Vine Pair

    After selling their Casamigos tequila company to Diageo for a reported $1 billion last year, George Clooney and Rande Gerber are adding another product to the Casamigos line: Casamigos mezcal .
    The new mezcal will launch April 1 in the U.S., U.K. and Australia, reports Forbes. The celebrity-backed, agave-based spirit will retail for $60 per 750ml bottle.
    Clooney and Rande sold Casamigos tequila in 2017 for $700 million plus potential for another $300 million in sales, reports Forbes. According to Gerber, the pals had been approached about doing a mezcal at that time, but were focused on...
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  • Recipe: Chinese Lucky Noodle Stir-Fry - Recipes from The Kitchn

    One year ago - By The Kitchn

    Noodles are often a part of Chinese Lunar New Year dinners because the long strands symbolize a long life. Now, there's no guarantee that eating noodles will extend your life, but it's a delicious way to round out a multi-course meal and make it a tad more special than the steamed white rice that's usually part of a Chinese meal.
    My mother's version starts with a bed of chewy, thin egg noodles that get topped with layers of crunchy stir-fried vegetables and barbecued pork all tossed in a savory brown sauce. While the layering may look complicated, everything is just cooked in stages in the...
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  • How to Celebrate the Year of the Dog: Traditions and What to Cook for Chinese New Year

    How to Celebrate the Year of the Dog: Traditions and What to Cook for Chinese New Year

    One year ago - By I am a food blog

    Time to celebrate Chinese New Year! It's the Year of the Dog and here are some tips to maximize your luck in the New Year. What to do, what to cook, and what to eat!
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  • A Guide to Making Your Own Candy Box for Lunar New Year - Lunar New Year

    One year ago - By The Kitchn

    When I was growing up, my grandmother had a strict no-snacking-before-dinner rule, but there was one exception: Chinese New Year. Once a year, she'd put out her Chinese candy box on the coffee table for a few weeks, and my sister and I would giddily attack its contents every time we were at her house and fight over the popular candy flavors.
    This is one of my favorite Chinese traditions, so I decided to make my own candy box this year and start sharing it with my daughter. Here's the significance behind it and how to make your own!
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