Here is the FED selection of gift ideas for eating, drinking, mixing, brewing, reading, and traveling.
How not to look like a tourist when you're toting around camera gear. Here are recommendations from the FEDitors for an on-the-go day pack when touring a city.
Whereas the European vermouth makers are somewhat constrained by law and must include wormwood in their ingredients, the American vermouth produces are not limited by the rules.
Instead of buying a ticky tacky NYC souvenir made in China, try these small-batch, artisanal culinary finds made right here in New York City.
Pick up a unique bottle of wine to bring home or drink while you are in Paris with these nine stores where the wine pros love to shop.
The Tampa Bay Area has stepped up its beer game in the last few years. Here are the pros recommendations for which local beers they love to drink.
On the next trip you take to London, seek out these Pimm's Cup alternatives.
Visit these San Francisco shops for locally-made souvenirs that chefs love.
Here is your cheat sheet to buying primo canned seafood in Lisbon.
Hand-painted chocolates, Cuban-style espresso in a can, and beer mustard made with a St. Pete brew, these are just some of the cool finds you can buy in the Tampa Bay Area.
The Berkshires is quite a food destination that offers quite an array of local foods. Here's a selection of gifts for the pantry that are recommended by the pros.
Unique artisan souvenirs made in the Catskills, from handmade soaps to letterpress cards to growlers of local beer.
From grits to Bourbon cocktail cherries, take home a locally-made Southern souvenir from Charleston.
Chef Matt Bolus gives his list of the local goodies to bring home from your Nashville visit.
Spanish vermouths are some of the more traditional styles of vermouth produced in Europe, but it doesn’t mean they all taste the same. There is a whole range of flavors and styles to meet everyone’s tastes and uses.
You avoid the tourists traps, so don't bring home the tourist crap.
Sommelier Dan Thomas, of the Red Lion Inn and Eat on North, is your tour guide for picking up drinkable souvenirs in Berkshire County.
Take your home bar to the next level by shopping where the pros go.
15 drinkable souvenirs the pros recommend you “hand-import” in your luggage.
Barman Jack McGarry of NYC's Dead Rabbit recommends his favorite Irish whiskeys for mixing and sipping.