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    Recipe for the Tastiest Thai Rice

    At Long Grain in Camden, Maine, the dish to order is kao klug kapi. Rich and refreshing, this fully loaded rice dish is tasty enough to make even staunch Yankees forgo lobster rolls.

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    NYC Ferries’ Concessions Under Pressure to be Profitable

    Most commuters on ferries launching this week in New York City likely will welcome the onboard concessions, but for the company running the 20-boat operation for the city, the stands will be an important piece of the financial puzzle.

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    Foie Gras Ice Cream, Anyone?

    As temperatures rise thoughts increasingly turn to a favorite warm-weather treat—ice cream. And these days flavor innovations range from strawberry with kale and basil swirl to, yes, foie gras.

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    Empire Diner Aims to Recapture Glory Days With Contemporary Spin

    In the ‘70s and ‘80s the retro-chic Empire Diner in Manhattan served the fashionable set. In recent years, it fell on hard times but chef John DeLucie and restaurateur Stacy Pisone are counting on a real-estate boom to reclaim its legacy.

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    Bourbon That Tops $100 a Shot is Big Draw

    Pappy Van Winkle, a cult-favorite bourbon that is produced in limited quantities in Kentucky, is being featured at some New York City establishments, including a $500-a-plate dinner at a Midtown restaurant.

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    What Will the Next Wine Megatrend Be?

    From ‘critter’ labels to blue bottles, trends take the wine world by storm one moment and fizzle the next. Is there a method to the modishness? Lettie Teague revisits past fads and elicits predictions.

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    Easy-Drinking Summer Wines: What the Experts Sip

    Lettie Teague asked top wine professionals what they’d be stocking their coolers with this summer. Their preferred bottles—reds, whites and rosés—have one thing in common: Each is a simple pleasure to drink.

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    The Other Rosés: Top Pink Picks from Spain

    Long overshadowed and influenced by the popular rosés of Provence, Spain’s well made, affordable rosados are this summer’s pink wines to watch. Lettie Teague shares 5 favorites.

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    Our Favorite California Wine Region (That No One Knows About)

    Home to some outstanding Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs, Santa Lucia Highlands is an unsung corner of California wine country well worth getting to know. Lettie Teague visited recently and came back with this roundup of the region’s best bottles.

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    Sauvignon Blanc for the Savvy: A Global Guide to 10 Top Bottles

    With oceans of this ever-popular white wine out there, how do you know which one to pick? Here, a road map to the Sauvignon Blanc regions—and bottles—smart drinkers should seek out.

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    The Best Vermouths for Sipping

    Fortified with added alcohol and infused with all manner of spices and herbs, vermouth—actually a wine—is good for more than mixing in a Martini. Here are 5 fit for savoring sans mixers.

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