Global Gourmet Blog

The Looming Sriracha Crisis

Foodies are alarmed at the thought that their favorite hot sauce, sriracha, may soon be in short supply.


If you're going to do it, do it right.

A Tablet Named Todd

Applebee's recently startled the restaurant universe by announcing that they would install an automated ordering system in their 1,860 restaurants nationwide.

The ZAP Tasting

Held in San Francisco at the end of January, the annual tasting of the Zinfandel Advocates and Producers has been completely redesigned.

The World’s Oldest Wine Cellar

The world's oldest wine cellar, dating to 1700 B.C., has been discovered in Israel.

Ocean-Aged Wine

Napa's Mira Winery has been conducting an interesting experiment in how and why the aging environment affects wine.

Statemanship and Wine

Makaziwe and Tukwini Mandela, daughter and graddaughter of Nelson Mandela, have come out with their own line of wines.

The Bogus Wine Shortage

Reports of an impending global wine shortage have been exaggerated.

The Michelin Map

There are now far more Michelin-starred restaurants outside of France than within the country.