Wine sales will keep rising after the pandemic, a new report predicts — but maybe not for long

Wine sales are expected to be strong this year, particularly online.
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Plus, three reds from Portugal, France and Uruguay and a sauvignon blanc from Chile.
Fragrant roasted chicken is brined in homemade adobo and finished with a bright citrusy sauce.
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The tortilla hack going viral on social media spurs creativity in the kitchen and can help reduce food waste.
Our easiest recipes for soup, dressing, egg, pancakes and more to get a meal on the table in moments.
Roast butternut squash or your favorite root vegetable to make this easy-to-assemble phyllo galette.
Pillowy homemade marshmallows are ideal for the best backyard s'mores and hot chocolate.
Dress up campfire or backyard s'mores with pretzels, caramels, coconut and more.
Oysters and mussels and clams, oh my!
Add beautifully braised vegetables to your kitchen arsenal with this choose-your-own-adventure guide to the classic technique.
Lara Lee's recipe for sweet soy tempeh, or tempe manis, is a revelation about Indonesia's treatment of vegetarian dishes and the deliciousness of its culinary gifts to the world.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield has spent 35 years in the Foreign Service and has served her gumbo to people around the world.
Capers make a piquant, briny addition to a wide variety of dishes.
The tipping regulations, which go into effect in March, give employers more flexibility on how to share tips and take a tip credit.
Wine fans' 2021 resolutions: Shop online more, upgrade your pours and don't wait to drink those prized bottles.
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Our Spirits columnist tries a bunch of nonalcoholic drinks and shares her favorites — for Dry January and year-round.
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