Scapegrace to build £13m distillery

Scapegrace to build £13m distillery

Craft spirit producer Scapegrace Distilling Company has announced plans to build a £13 million (US$16.3m) distillery in Central Otago, New Zealand. The Central Otago property overlooks both Lake Dunstan and Mt Pisa Located on Lake Dunstan on the South Island, the new build is set to be New Zealand’s largest ever distillery, located within an … Read more

Jennifer Knepper shares memories of Pennsylvania Dutch food, Lancaster restaurants in ‘Food is Love’ [Q&A] | Life & Culture

Jennifer Knepper shares memories of Pennsylvania Dutch food, Lancaster restaurants in ‘Food is Love’ [Q&A] | Life & Culture

Food, love, warmth, family, friends and stories are the main ingredients in Jennifer Knepper’s life. Her memories of steam wafting from her Italian grandmother’s kitchen, her Pennsylvania Dutch grandmother’s “best deviled eggs,” her father’s never-ending search for the perfect shoo-fly pie (not too dry and not too many crumbs), the honey she harvests with her … Read more

Pick-Your-Own Cherry Orchards a Short Summer Drive From El Paso

Pick-Your-Own Cherry Orchards a Short Summer Drive From El Paso

With people rare to hit the road this summer, outdoors-focused trips are at the top of many lists this year. Feel the need to get out of town and enjoy a fun day trip with the family? Consider a road trip to Southern New Mexico for a fruitful day of cherry-picking. June is cherry picking … Read more

15 Whataburger products, sauces are now in stores in more than 3,500 stores across the U.S.

15 Whataburger products, sauces are now in stores in more than 3,500 stores across the U.S.

SAINT ANTONY – More than a dozen Whataburger sauces and products are now available in grocery stores in 18 US states — so more people can have their food just how they like it. The San Antonio-based burger chain on Tuesday said that 15 original-recipe products can now be purchased at more than 3,500 stores. … Read more

Are we proud of our heritage?

02 June 2022 | 06:19 a.m.IST Are we proud of our heritage? Joe D’Souza As a school boy, I was always fascinated by scientific discoveries and inventions. Newton, Faraday, Edison and even Graham Bell and Alexander Flemming fascinated me. Today, we teach electro magnetism, microbial asepsis and relevance of the various antibiotics to help tame … Read more