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February, 22, 2017

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Starbucks to raise prices starting Wednesday
Coffee retail giant Starbucks announced today it would raise its beverage prices in Taiwan starting Wednesday.
 
Choc on camera
A visitor holds a chocolate creation in the shape of a camera on Friday, Feb. 10, on the opening day of the Brussels Chocolate Fair in the Belgian capital, Brussels.
 
American lunchbox icon Fluff marks its centenary
Fluff turns 100 this year, and the marshmallow concoction that has been smeared on a century's worth of schoolchildren's sandwiches has inspired a festival and other sticky remembrances.
 
chic Italian
As the Lunar New Year closes in, so does the time to enjoy a nice soothing meal with loved ones, bringing back old memories and creating news ones, whether at home or elsewhere.
 
The American Table celebrates the delicious diversity of Southern cooking and barbecue.
This old-fashioned cherry cupcake is just the thing for Valentine's Day.
 
A burst of subtle savory flavors
Fresh fruits, flour and nuts, along with cream, cheese, chocolates and spices are the main ingredients that make up the wondrous afternoon tea scenes of Taiwan.
 
Traveling chef stops in Taipei
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei recently welcomed celebrated Chef Laurent Peugeot, the owner of Michelin one-star restaurant, Le Charlemagne, in Burgundy, France, for a sensationally exquisite gastronomic journey at Café Un Deux Trois.
 
Ex-American soldier club turned into public space for music, food
After years of being left idle, a brick compound in Yangmingshan that once served as a club for American soldiers stationed in Taiwan has recaptured some of its former glamour as a public space for music, food and nostalgia.
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Happy hour gets smart as technology pours into drinking
The array of products featured at the CES flowed into all aspects of modern life -- even freshening up happy hour.
 
Burgundy stirred, not shaken by sale to US billionaire
He may be American and own a major football club, Arsenal, but Stanley Kroenke, the new boss of a prestigious Burgundy vineyard, says he knows his wine and won't mess with tradition -- and locals say they believe him.
 
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