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A wine is a terrible thing to waste.
And with a little know-how from Jordan Salcito, the wine director of Crown Restaurant in New York City and creator of Bellus Wines, you too can learn to read between the lines - and vines - to get the most out of every pop of the cork.
Five Questions to Demystify Wine: Jordan Salcito
Tsukiji market, on the often-neglected Tokyo waterfront, is the largest wholesale fish market in the world, as well as one of the busiest - and most visited - food markets anywhere.
The main part of the market is open to visitors from 9 a.m., leaving the earlier, hectic trading period solely to the professionals the market caters for - apart, that is, from a handful of public observer spots that are usually snapped up before the sun rises.
Whatever time you go, keep an eye out to avoid the many electric delivery carts and, as the signs on the market walls warn, don't go when you have a cold, don’t wear sandals and keep the flash on your camera in the off position
Read the full story on CNNGo: Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market in action
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Where did the iconic Santa Claus imagery we have all come to know - red suit, pleasantly plump, flowing white beard, rosy cheeks - come from? Turns out, Coca-Cola's advertising program was more than a little helper in the modern interpretation of Saint Nick.
Eatocracy talked with Phil Mooney, the Coca-Cola Company's Vice President for Heritage Communications (also known as the “in demand Santa man”), to get the lowdown on the how the jolly man came to life.