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Fish, hibiscus and karaoke

I am astounded by the variety of Mexican beverages, their connections with certain holidays and the type of people who drink them. The beverages I associate with my childhood in Panamá are chicheme (a corn drink), saril (similar to a … Continue reading

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Champagnes for the Holidays

Celebratory bubbly for all occasions, including Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s by Ted Loos Champagne, France’s enduring sparkler, is one of wine’s lasting contributions to culture. Perfected by the 17th-century monk Dom Pérignon, who refined the process that gives the … Continue reading

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