[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Daniel Gritzer, Vicky Wasik] Portable, infinitely variable, and just so darn satisfying, the sandwich is, in my opinion, about as close as you'll get to a perfect food.
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Adventure This year the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its 100th birthday. Over the past century, the agency has protected and managed a system that has grown to now include 59 parks in 27 states
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] Soup may not be the first thing that leaps to mind when you think of Thanksgiving dishes, but why shouldn't it? We love a good, nourishing soup on most other frosty late
All the major hospitality groups are filling their portfolios with new projects inside buzzy and beloved hotels. Hoteliers, too, are answering the bar-hopping public's call: multiple cocktail concepts
And guess what? Making it is as easy as mixing bourbon and whole espresso beans and waiting patiently for six hours. I first tried coffee-infused bourbon in the aptly named Cold-Fashioned at The New York
In European countries like Spain, France, and Italy, the first meal of the day is a quick piece of bread or pastry and strong coffee. Meanwhile in Korea, breakfast is a sweeping event that crowds the just
The turkey is in the oven, table is set, potatoes are mashed and all your guests have arrived. Okay, not for a little bit, but we’re giving you some Thanksgiving recipes and ideas a little early this There’s
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, Morgan Eisenberg, Daniel Gritzer, Emily and Matt Clifton] When I was growing up, Thanksgiving was always a marathon day of food. Sure, dinner was an elaborate affair, but we
This declassified US intelligence report from 1990 is one of the most terrifying things you'll ever read
Now we finally know it was also one of the most dangerous, thanks to a February 1990 report published by the National Security Archive at George Washington University this week after a 12-year Freedom
As Mark Smith, a British travel writer, told the Herald Sun, "A great train ride is that triple combination of the scenery outside the train, the experience inside the train and the people you meet and
But while we can argue the validity and virtue of certain political agendas, the callous methods by which some leaders attain their goals are less up to interpretation. After all, no matter how a historian
Despite budget cuts and a reduction in size, the US has maintained its position as the world's strongest military, according to a report on globalization from Credit Suisse. While the US is still far away
Our friends at Hotels.com curated a list of major destinations around the world where visitors can stay at a five-star hotel for under $200 per night. The bulk of the cities are in Europe, with a few Asia.
For those who identify with the latter, this glossary of wine tasting terms will get your vocabulary off to a roaring start. The list is a group effort by some of our favorite sommeliers and winemakers,
Jon Stewart tore into The New York Times’ coverage of Marco Rubio on “The Daily Show” Wednesday night, mocking the Gray Lady for its reporting on the senator’s traffic violations and financial issues.
Take control of your weekend style—and a stand for a charitable cause The holiday season isn't the only time to think about giving back. Brands like these make your everyday, go-to basics—but with sustainable
A handy guide to attending with style—no matter the occasion. Parties can be all over the map when it comes to dress code. Especially when the holiday season rolls around, and especially when anything