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A Playbook for the Thanksgiving Rookie
Gobble is a culinary love letter to a late husband and father, honoring his favorite holiday with heart-filled guide to gathering bound to become your new Thanksgiving go-to.
Chefs Share Their Favorite Holiday Comfort Foods
Whether you go mad for Grandma's gumbo or swoon for your cousin's cornbread, chances are there's a dish on your holiday table that conjures memories of loved ones. We asked some food folks to share the recipes that bring them comfort, season after season. Click for 8 of their holiday favorites. These recipes originally appeared in our Holiday 2021 issue. Get the magazine here.
8 Ways to Eat Like an Italian
Take our cooking tour around the boot to discover what are sure to be your family's new Italian favorites.
Rach's Letter From Our Holiday 2021 Issue
"This issue is filled with good food, spirits that raise your spirits, and stories about what really matters."
Drink Like an Italian with These 11 Spirits
Already read up on the fabulous foods, fashion, and wines of Italy? Take a deeper dive into the essenza of the culture by exploring these 11 exciting Italian spirits. Click the image for link. 
The Barista-Approved Guide To Upping Your Coffee Game
As the season of cold brew as a matter of course comes to a close, a whole world of caffeinated beverages beckons. Interested in upping your coffee order game, but unsure where to begin? This primer will help take you from latte to doppio in less time than it takes to make a perfect pot of French press.  
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Pardon Me, Would You Have Any Grey Poupon... Mustard Wine?
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10 Ways to Shop Like an Italian
It's no surprise we're huge fans of all things Italian (you've checked out our latest issue, sì?), so here's a list of some super-cool, made-in-Italy products you can get right here in the good ole US of A.