The best cocktails to whip up for brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The One Street Food Dish You Should Try in Each Country

There's a time and a place to eat at Starbucks while traveling abroad: it's after day 49 when you're hungry and lost and they won't give you the WiFi password unless you buy something. The occasional blueberry scone at Starbucks during a moment of weakness aside — travelin' meals are best served street-side, squatting on a plastic chair among locals beneath the cool night air, sipping from a dusty bottle of local lager as a grizzled Australian expat tells you the story of how he lost his left hand to a shark while sea kayaking.

What to Buy Your Fitness-Loving Dad for Father's Day

His idea of a “fun family outing” is a seven-mile bike ride. He always had helmet hair and wore goofy spandex gym tights when he picked you up from school. He packed you carrot sticks and 2% milk when the other kids got cheese puffs and Kool-Aid for lunch. He won’t shut up about CrossFit. Sound familiar? You may have a fitness dad—a health-crazy father who believes in the power of exercise and egg whites. This Father’s Day, find your fit father a gift he’ll treasure more than his favorite p
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