From Mexico Con Amor: The Everyday Foods That Originated In Mexico

Do you know what avocados, cacao, chiles, and corn have in common? They're just a few of the everyday foods that originated in Mexico!

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Say Hello To Bitters: Your Secret Weapon In The Kitchen

That bottle of bitters you turn to every time you make an Old Fashioned? It’s time to bring it into your kitchen. Here are tips for how to use bitters for everything from classic cocktails to...

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Caribbean-Jerk-Glazed Spare Ribs with Pineapple Relish

What’s your secret sauce when you cook? For us, it’s this sweet-spicy rib marinade that makes for a crowd-pleasing take on jerk seasoning and slow-cooked ribs. 

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Taste Manchester’s Best Local Foods At Altrincham Market

Everyone has that thing they have to do when they travel somewhere new. For food people, it’s visiting markets like Manchester's historic food hall, Altrincham Market. 

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These Are The Best U.S. Airbnb Rentals For Catching Fall Foliage

Fall is in full effect, which means it's time to road trip it in the name of fall foliage. Here are 11 spots known for fall foliage and the 11 Airbnbs you'll want to rent. 

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Blistered Balsamic Concord Grapes

Oh, Balsamic Blistered Concord Grapes, where have you been all my life? I always thought grapes were just fine as is until you came along. Blistered in a hot oven with sweet-tart vinegar and herbs,...

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Yes, You Can Look Rested After A Long-Haul Flight. Here’s How.

Here at Salt & Wind we clock in a lot of travel time. But the being up in the air takes its toll and, after a few thousand miles, you can arrive at your destination feeling, or worse yet, looki...

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