Food & Drink Cooking Via Volcano in the Azores Atlas Obscura Geothermal heat is crucial to this chef’s homestyle stew on the Portuguese island of São Miguel. Read it here. Ireland’s Other Famed Brew: Tea The Washington Post Global coffee culture has jabbed at Irish tea’s popularity, but in Dublin, this comforting cuppa has slugged back. Read it here. Finger Lakes Cheese on the Rise Wine Enthusiast With an already strong reputation for wine in upstate New York, a band of independent-minded cheesemakers are raising the bar for Finger Lakes cheese. Read it here. Why You Need to Take a Look at Buffalo, New York Wine Enthusiast New York’s queen city is experiencing a cultural renaissance centered on local wine, beer, spirits, and food. Read it here. Pittsburgh, the Rust Belt’s Social-Innovation Test Kitchen The Atlantic’s CityLab The city is engineering its culinary scene to benefit more than just high-end diners. Read it here. Meet Your New Favorite Exotic Meat: Yak Modern Farmer American yak farmers are supplying more and more restaurants, co-ops, and butcher shops with a grass-fed bovine meat as lean as bison. Read it here. Cheese Takes the Cake Culture Overseas, and now in the United States, cheese lovers order wheels for wedding cakes. Download PDF. Whiskey the Hoosier Way Notre Dame Magazine With the Indiana Whiskey Company, Charles Florance has taken a liquor mostly made in Canada, Kentucky, or Tennessee and started producing it in South Bend. Download PDF.