Illegal rice wine trade flourishes, and other offbeat tales

07/22/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Restaurants

In New York City's Chinatown neighborhood, immigrants continue the tradition of selling homemade rice wine, a practice that's flourishing despite being against the law, according to a New York Times story. This week's collection of quirky food and beverage stories also includes a feature on an upscale wine competition for the business leaders of tomorrow and one couple's quest to dine at every Whataburger eatery.

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