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Weekend Sip: The World's Most Undrinkable Wine Weekend Sip: The World's Most Undrinkable Wine
South Africa boasts what many consider to be the world's least drinkable wine. WSJ's Charles Passy and Lunch Break host Tanya Rivero put it to the test.
3:35
By: WSJLive
Tips on Kickstarting the Paleo Diet Tips on Kickstarting the Paleo Diet
Can the Paleo diet really improve your health? Best-selling author and certified nutrition consultant Dianne Sanfilippo joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to address the critics, dispel a few myths and share of few recipes for those who want to give it a try.
6:13
By: WSJLive
In Time for San Gennaro: Cocktails With an Italian Twist In Time for San Gennaro: Cocktails With an Italian Twist
As the annual Feast of San Gennaro immerses New York in Italian culture,"Spritz Book" co-author Talia Baiocchi prepares two Italian cocktails and discusses the impact of Italian traditions on the food and spirits world on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
4:13
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: Millard Fillmore United States Brandy Weekend Sip: Millard Fillmore United States Brandy
Named after the 13th president of the United States the Millard Fillmore United States Brandy. WSJ's Charles Passy joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to tell us about the solid and somewhat affordable presidential sip. Photo: Germain-Robin
3:39
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: Beso Del Sol Sangria Weekend Sip: Beso Del Sol Sangria
This 'kiss of the sun' hits the sweet spot for many that are wary of sangrias on the market. WSJ's Charles Passy joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with a sip for the end of Summer. Photo: Samantha Nandez
3:23
By: WSJLive
Test Your Genes to Find Your Best Diet Test Your Genes to Find Your Best Diet
The science of how food affects our genes or nutritional genomics is becoming more mainstream as more people have access to their genetic information. WSJ's Sumathi Reddy joins Lunch Break to discuss how it works. Photo: Getty
3:16
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: Sour Patch Kids Meet Beer Weekend Sip: Sour Patch Kids Meet Beer
Sour Patch Kids meet beer. Charles Passy pours Victory Brewing Company's Sour Monkey Beer. He and Tanya Rivero sip a brew for the Sour Patch Kids generation. Photo: Victory Brewing Company
3:13
By: WSJLive
'The Chew's' Carla Hall Serves Southern Cobb Salad 'The Chew's' Carla Hall Serves Southern Cobb Salad
'The Chew' co-host Carla Hall serves up Southern Cobb Salad on Lunch Break. She and Tanya Rivero also discuss 'Dead Zone Diners,' where people are encouraged to disconnect from devices and connect over a meal.
8:31
By: WSJLive
Check Out the Latest Cocktail Trends Check Out the Latest Cocktail Trends
What are the newest trend in cocktails that may show up at your next happy hour? Charlotte Voisey, mixologist and William Grant & Sons Director of Brand Advocacy, brings her bartending talents to Lunch Break With Tanya Rivero for a sip.
5:17
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: A Cognac Made for Cigar Pairings Weekend Sip: A Cognac Made for Cigar Pairings
While a cigar's potency could overshadow cognac's delicate notes, a new expression from Cognac Park aims to create a spirit made for cigar pairings. WSJ's Charles Passy joins Lee Hawkins with the Weekend Sip. Photo: Thierry Felix
3:13
By: WSJLive
Celebrating 150 Years of Jack Daniel's Celebrating 150 Years of Jack Daniel's
Jack Daniel's celebrates its 150th anniversary and Jack Daniel's Master Distiller Jeff Arnett joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to talk about the future of the Tennessee whiskey. Photo: Jack Daniels
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By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: Cheech Marin Debuts a Mezcal Weekend Sip: Cheech Marin Debuts a Mezcal
Actor Cheech Marin is the new face of Tres Papalote Mezcal, which aims to be an approachable mezcal option. WSJ's Charles Passy joins Tanya Rivero with the Weekend Sip. Photo: Tres Papalote Mezcal
3:05
By: WSJLive
Slow vs. Fast-Growth Chickens: Weighing the Difference Slow vs. Fast-Growth Chickens: Weighing the Difference
Companies like Whole Foods are betting customers will pay more for chickens that are grown at a more leisurely pace, one that's considered more humane. Here's a look at fast vs. slowgrowth birds.
1:16
By: WSJLive
Cinco de Mayo: Add Some Spice to Your Margarita Cinco de Mayo: Add Some Spice to Your Margarita
Tequila Patrón production manager Antonio Rodriguez and Lunch Break's Tanya Rivero sip Rosa Picante Margaritas, Patrón's Spicy Margarita of the year and discuss the high demand for spicy tequila cocktails.
3:30
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: The Pogues Irish Whiskey Weekend Sip: The Pogues Irish Whiskey
Ahead of St. Patrick's Day, WSJ's Charles Passy and Tanya Rivero taste test an Irish whiskey released by the famed band The Pogues. Photo: West Cork Distillers
3:05
By: WSJLive
Does a Slow Brew Make Better Coffee? Does a Slow Brew Make Better Coffee?
Some impatient coffee fans are learning to slow down, based on the argument that a slower brew makes a better cup of joe. WSJ's Anne-Marie Chaker discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Clay McLachlan/Blue Bottle Coffee
4:11
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: The Whiskey Peyton Won't Sip? Weekend Sip: The Whiskey Peyton Won't Sip?
New England brand Sons of Liberty Spirits is getting attention for trying to get Broncos star Peyton Manning to try its Battle Cry whiskey. WSJ's Charles Passy joins Tanya Rivero with a sipping option for Super Bowl fans. Photo: Sol Spirits
2:26
By: WSJLive
Weekend Sip: Dry Champagne for New Year's Eve Weekend Sip: Dry Champagne for New Year's Eve
On New Year's Eve, dry Champagne is a favorite of many, but WSJ's Charles Passy pours Brut Nature, a Champagne that takes sry to a new level.
1:55
By: WSJLive
How to Perfectly Sear the Christmas Roast How to Perfectly Sear the Christmas Roast
Chef Alex Leonard of New York City's Lowlife restaurant shares his tricks of the trade for making the perfect roast beef.
2:16
By: WSJLive
3 Best Holiday Gifts: Bourbon, Scotch, Rum 3 Best Holiday Gifts: Bourbon, Scotch, Rum
Barron's Penta visits Pouring Ribbons bar in New York, where spirits expert Noah Rothbaum shares his three favorite sips with Jack Otter.
4:20
By: WSJLive
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