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A sweet sip from Hungary to pair with tanghulu

What wine to pair with traditional tanghulu skewers or creative new manifestations of hawthorn fruit? The wines should be slightly sweeter than the food.
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Dutch community raises a glass to urban vines

As a high-speed train rattled past, amateur Dutch winemakers were busy gathering the last of the season's grapes under a warm autumn sun in the heart of The Hague.
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Nothing fishy about the Fish and Mutton Festival

The annual Fish and Mutton Festival is in full swing and far from woolly at the Grand Canal Residential Block of the Yuhang District.
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More than a staple, bread has a fascinating history

Shaobing (烧饼), baked bread, is a staple enjoyed from north to south, east to west, with thousands of years of history.

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Single meal for singles on Singles' Day

Many singles in China celebrate Singles' Day on November 11 by eating and by shopping madly. For them, we have selected some exquisite restaurants, which provide set meals for one.
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Costieres de Nimes ideal wine for breaking bread

 Today's iDEAL feature story introduces readers to the world of bread. There are few foods we still enjoy today that predate wine, but bread is one. 
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Healthy eating 'must be learned' from an early age

The "Fooducation for the Future" forum in Hangzhou discussed the importance of food education in schools to encourage healthy eating. Child obesity is on the rise in China.
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Discovering the best cuisine is no wild goose chase

Goose, an important theme in Chinese poetry, is also an essential part of regional cuisines.
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The odd one out serves up surprising treasures

Housed in a sunken mall in the northern part of Bund, Erman's Kitchen seems a little bit out of place – serving serious Mediterranean food next to spicy hot pots and Korean BBQ.
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Spanish Toro tops the list as a goose-friendly dish

Few gourmet combinations reach such delectable heights, but one even exceeds it. Goose and wine. 
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