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On July 13, 2018, this journalist was afforded the privilege to dine at Cusmos Greek-American Restaurant and Takeout in Lindenhurst, New York.

Radio host Dan Romano to host Vegan Psychic Night at pizzeria

On August 21, 2018, radio host and pizzeria owner Dan Romano will be hosting "Vegan Psychic Night" at Frankie's East Side Gourmet Pizza in Farmingdale on Long Island.

France sees red after Spanish rose wine found in domestic bottles

Summer is the ideal time for cracking open a bottle of rose, but fans of French wine might be thinking twice after millions of bottles were found to contain less costly Spanish versions instead.

China chili fest gets off to scorching start

An annual chili pepper festival kicked off Monday in central China's spice-loving Hunan province with a chili-eating contest in which the winner set a blistering pace by downing a gut-busting 50 peppers in just over a minute.

From vine to seabed, Spain's winemakers dive in

With the aid of a small crane, Borja Saracho lowers five cages loaded with 2,500 bottles of white wine from a fishing boat into the Cantabrian Sea.

Outcry as Japanese winemakers ordered to quit France

French wine lovers have risen up in revolt after a Japanese couple who make "outstanding" wine in southern France were threatened with deportation.

Review: Kalamaki named 'Best Greek Restaurant in Queens' for 2018 Special

The rave reviews for Kalamaki in Queens keep on coming in. It was just voted "Best Greek Restaurant in Queens" in the 2018 "Best of the Boro" Awards.

Govt, farmers failed in Dutch egg scandal: report

Poultry farmers, the Dutch food safety board and the government all failed in their duties during a tainted egg scandal which spread to 45 countries causing millions in damage, a scathing report found Monday.

Last of the Jayer wine to go on sale in Geneva

The last batch of late legendary winemaker Henri Jayer's Burgundies -- which include some of the world's most expensive wines -- go on auction in Geneva Sunday and could rake in up to $13 million.

How digital technology can help secure the food chain

Food safety and security are of paramount importance. Digital technology promises a new series of safeguards, such as the use of smart sensors to assess changes in storage environments to the use of blockchain.

More than 4 million eggs recalled in Poland

Poland's veterinary service on Friday recalled some 4.3 million eggs contaminated with an antibiotic, just days after Dutch eggs were pulled from supermarket shelves in Germany.

Prawns and Haagen-Dazs on the menu as Trump-Kim meet

The main course may be hard-to-swallow denuclearisation, but Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un also had a heady mix of Yangzhou fried rice and a dark chocolate tartlet ganache on their plates during their historic summit Tuesday.

Britain goes wild for Burgundy wine served at royal wedding

A Chardonnay from a small vineyard in France's Burgundy region been flying off the shelves in Britain after wine lovers learned that it was served at last month's wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The Los Angeles restaurants stimulating all five senses

At Vespertine, the last word in outlandish eating, staff are on a mission to "disrupt the course of the modern restaurant" as pioneers in the immersive culinary scene.

Last of the Jayer wine to go on sale in Geneva

The last batch of late legendary winemaker Henri Jayer's Burgundies -- which include some of the world's most expensive wines -- will go on auction in Geneva next month and could rake in up to $13 million.

Chef Adria to reopen Spain's El Bulli as food lab in 2019

Ground-breaking Spanish chef Ferran Adria said Wednesday he planned to open a food laboratory in what used to be his legendary former restaurant El Bulli which he closed in 2011.