So many of our favorite chefs are releasing cookbooks this fall. Here's a taste.
Experiencing a cafe is the best (and quickest) way to get acquainted with the soul of an area, so naturally when I moved to Bloomingdale, the first thing I did was hit the coffee shops.
Catholics are taught not to question Church authority, but how can a Catholic stay silent when its leadership advocates policy that counters basic human rights?
Brewing coffee beans is like cooking garlic. If you use bigger chunks of garlic, the taste is mild; if you put garlic through a press or finely dice it, the taste can be overwhelmingly powerful, even bitter. This is why chefs harp about cutting into uniform size. Coffee's no different.
Old men sipping at small glasses of sweet milky coffee, foamed up to perfection by pouring it from one cup to another. They stand at tables, eating Khara Bath, Kesari Bath, Chow Chow Bath, and so many other breakfasts.
Southerners are serious about their drinks, and the current issue of Imbibe finds 100 of the best spots to drink throughout the region. From where to ...
Why does so much philosophy take place in bars and coffeehouses? What's the relationship between drinking and thinking?
Most people dream of working from home. But while it sounds great at first glance, there are things that you need to consider before getting into a business without a central office.
BEIJING － Sometimes a street is flourishing even when there doesn't seem to be a reason for it. Nanluogu Xiang stretches in an old neighborhood and ...
"... And our nation, though it has no drinking water, electricity, sewage system, public transportation, sense of hygiene, discipline, courtesy or ...
The recent years' wave of closed doors crossing the country has affected not only places of industrial employ but also the community hubs and cafes that host local musicians.
Bring on the games and bring on your appetite! Dotted along the Village Stroll in Whistler, B.C. you'll find no shortage of small, funky locally-owned cafes offering delicious food to go.
[This post originally appeared on PSFK.com] Nick Currie points us to a rather interesting cafe concept. Mahika Mano is located in the Kichijoji area ...
Inhaling the smell of freshly bubbled cheese, I knew my search was done: Four-thousand miles from home in the City of Love, I'd finally found The One.
There is a spirit of health and wellness that's permeating new cafes which are more about deep relaxation and healthy eating than smoking, drinking and coffee.
It wasn't long before the koffee klatch to which I paid fealty had a name. We were The Breakfast Club.