Thousands don Santa Claus suits from New York to San Francisco for the annual SantaCon pub crawl, even as some bars ban the rowdy revelers. Diane Hodges reports. Continue reading
As visitors to Nuremberg enjoy mulled wine at its famous Christmas market, one local producer reveals the secrets of making a good “Gluehwein”.
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is leaving a nasty taste in the mouth of London’s food and wine industry. As Hayley Platt reports, importers are hard-hit by the pound’s dramatic decline and the vibrant food sector worries Brexit will make it tough to recruit enough staff.
Usain Bolt, Icon of Victory, is Appointed the New CEO (Chief Entertainment Officer) of Maison Mumm, the Number One Champagne House in France
Hopes are high in Brussels as Belgium’s beer culture could soon be included on the UNESCO’s list of ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’.
Safety officials warn Americans this Thanksgiving holiday not to put a frozen turkey directly into a deep fryer at risk of lighting the house on fire. Continue reading
Toblerone recently released new designs for two of their chocolate bars in the UK, which has resulted in the gaps being widened between the triangle-shaped pieces of the treat.
Cows stranded by New Zealand earthquake live to see an udder day. Continue reading
English drinks maker develops tea that comes pre-brewed in an aerosol can, promising the perfect cuppa without a tea bag in sight. Matthew Stock reports.
Traders in southern Malawi are being encouraged to effectively process their fish and increase incomes by using solar tents to dry fish. Researchers say the innovation provides a more conducive environment for drying fish rather than putting them out in the open which exposes fish to contamination and predators.