We on the Globe and Mail personal finance team have our favourite contacts – the people we like to talk to the most because they offer value for our readers in clarity, insight and integrity. One of these people is Shannon Lee Simmons, a certified financial planner (CFP) who has been quoted in stories and interviewed on the Stress Test personal finance podcast for Gen Z and millennials. Ms. Simmons has a new book out – No-Regret Decisions: Making Good Choices During Difficult Times. On the basis that we’re living in difficult times rig…….

Camp Cookware Market

Global Camp Cookware market research methodology, Segments Summary 2023-2033

NEW YORK CITY, NY, UNITED STATES, January 11, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Camp Cookware Market is estimated to be USD 2.6 Billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 5.9 Billion by 2033, growing at a CAGR of 6%.

Global Camp Cookware Market report covers comprehensive information on business overview, size, share, revenue, and sales growth comparison by type and application. T…….

The past 12 months have largely been a time of evolution for the wine and hospitality industries, as they push towards a post-pandemic recovery while trying to gain a better understanding of new consumers and wine’s place in everyday life.

Some of the most famous and reliable family-owned wine brands have changed hands, driven by economic forces and inheritance issues, signaling the possibility of more shifts to come. And previous challenges remain: Winemakers continue to battle a changing climate, with an unexpected, violent storm…….

Shoreditch is sort of the Williamsburg of London, and Brat is the epitome of a great Shoreditch restaurant, effortlessly cool and seemingly uncomplicated, yet exceptional. Everything is cooked in an open kitchen over wood, and smoke permeates the spare, dimly lit dining room. The space pulses with warm energy, and the food is terrific: silken, intense crab soup; spicy beef tartare served with lettuce wraps; a venison chop full of flavor; rice served with roasted duck in a “personal wok,” the base crisp…….

CHICAGO – Revolution Brewing, the largest independent brewer in the state of Illinois, will be making a series of additions to its lineup that include a Revolution classic joining the Seasonal lineup, the debut of a new mixed 12-pack, and a new year-round Hero IPA.

Repo Man, a Rye Stout originally developed at the Brewpub in 2010, will join the Seasonal lineup of rotating six-packs. The longtime draft-only employee favorite was elevated to a Small Batch can release in 2021, and is now taking the next step into larger production and wider availability. Repo Man is Revolution’s f…….

The chief executive of BrewDog has paid out almost £500,000 from his own pocket to winners of a bungled “solid gold” beer can promotion which he has admitted made the controversial brewer look “dishonest and disingenuous”.

James Watt said he got so personally carried away with the Willy Wonka-inspired promotion, which hid 50 gold cans in cases of beer, that he made some “costly mistakes” that misled treasure hunters.

He said he mistakenly believed the cans were made of solid gold – they were in fact made mos…….

ANN ARBOR, MI – Welcome to the last week of 2022. With New Year’s resolutions coming down the pipeline, let me suggest one way to precede those good habits with some indulgent ones.

HOMES Brewery, known for its Korean pub fare and host of draft beers, does French fries five ways — bulgogi, kimchi, Thai chicken, toga and plain. Each have their salty, sweet and spicy advantages.


‘Home Brewers of Greater Bangor’ has been around since 2009 as a bouncing-off spot for those interested in the craft.

BANGOR, Maine — Many Mainers have their favorite brewery to enjoy a craft beer every once in a while. But for those looking to take it a step further, The Home Brewers of Greater Bangor have been open arms to anyone interested. 

It started way back in 2009, with a group of like-minded folks looking to find a space to share some common ground. Over the years the passion has grown, with over two hu…….

Few things galvanise the appetite quite like a pre-breakfast walk on a winter’s morning. Returning home, newspaper and loaf of bread in hand, it is then that the hob is lit, the coffee is on and the kitchen table becomes the best place in the world. If there are guests around, there will be something more than a bacon sandwich on our plates. Sometimes, there may be the plump little fish cakes I made this week. Crisp golden cushions of smoked fish and mashed potato, good for breakfast or supper, eaten with a jar of zappy pickles on the side.

It is usual to let any ca…….