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  • CNY foods, recipes from China's regional culinary cuisines for Year of the Sheep
    CNY foods, recipes from China's regional culinary cuisines for Year of the Sheep
    Chinese New Year of the Sheep kicks off Feb. 19, 2015. CNY (Spring Festival or Lantern Festival) celebrates an animal of the zodiac each year and 2015 is Year of the Goat or Sheep. CNY anticipates good fortune. How better to celebrate than with...
  • Terrine
    All-star culinary cast comes together to create Terrine in Los Angeles
    In the city of glitz and glamour, oftentimes the perfect cast has to come together to create the next great restaurant. And that's exactly what has happened at Terrine. French restauranteur Stephane Bombet, who brought us Picca and Mo-chica,...
  • JiRaffe's classic Valdiva tomato tart with Burrata cheese & caramelized balsamic onions
    JiRaffe: Rustic Californian and French flavors intertwine for a culinary journey
    Los Angeles is a city of distant lands and former allegiances. It seems easier to find gold on the streets than to find a native Angelino within the city limits; however, all the travelers and star-crossed food lovers have made Los Angeles an...
  • A taste of Glasgow cuisine
    A taste of Glasgow cuisine
    A combination of a strong cosmopolitan influence, Celtic creativity and an abundance of local produce from the surrounding Scottish countryside means Glasgow boasts many fine restaurants.Featured in a myriad of movies (one, featuring Brad Pitt in ...
  • African Food Word Cloud
    African cuisine: Out of Africa and coming to America
    Africa is much more than the one or two news stories dominating recent media coverage. This vast continent of astonishing natural wonders, exotic flora and fauna and abundant mineral and natural resources reserves in the hundreds of years is home...
  • When you're traveling, the best restaurant in town might just be at your hotel
    When you're traveling, the best restaurant in town might just be at your hotel
    For the unenlightened few of you out there who still think you can’t get a decent meal at a hotel restaurant, you’re missing out. I myself have had plenty. I’m remembering one in particular—a dinner at award-winning chef...
  • Chino Latino Taco Special
    New menu for Mexican cuisine features Asian fusion taco
    When it comes to Asian cuisine, tacos aren't usually a dish that comes to mind. However, the popularity of Asian cuisine has made its way into fusion restaurants and fusion dishes throughout the city. Ay Chiwowa in the Near North Side is known...
  • Pampas of Las Vegas
    Pampas Churrascaria of Las Vegas sizzles with Brazilian cuisine
    Meat lovers will go into a food coma at this Brazilian steakhouse off the Las Vegas Strip.Swords of meat come to dining tables throughout the restaurant as diners delight into the vision of Brazilian-style steaks.It's an amazing array of...
  • Mid East Spices
    Politics aside: Middle Easterners have great food
    The Middle East has seen much turmoil throughout history. In modern times, the Middle East has been subjected to Ottoman (Turkish) rule, the Mandate system (British and French), and sweeping changes in current governments. Presently, coverage of...
  • Art and tech intersect at 'photography of modernist cuisine: the exhibition'
    Art and tech intersect at 'photography of modernist cuisine: the exhibition'
    Did you know…?…that chocolate starts as bitter, white cacao beans?…that the secret to cooking crispy fish is in the slime on fish skin?…that the first ketchup was mushroom flavored?These are some of the facts about food...
  • Chiang Mai Khai Soi Noodles
    Discovering Chiang Mai's famous Khao Soi
    Chiang Mai Curry Noodles, also known as Khao Soi, is a popular lunch meal found mainly in northern Thailand. This spicy noodle soup usually consists of a bowl of egg noodles and a chicken leg covered in a soupy mild coconut curry, topped with...
  • Medellin's best authentic Colombian cuisine
    Medellin's best kept secret: The kitchen of El Chef
    Tourists and long-time Medellin residents alike can be forgiven for overlooking this tiny Colombian restaurant. Tucked away on a quiet street in Zona Fucsia, with no visible signage, El Chef looks like any other small business on the street, with...
  • Fullsteam Brewery is teaming up with Fairview Dining Room for their Summer Beer Dinner Series
    Fullsteam Brewery joins in Fairview Dining Room Summer Beer Dinner Series
    Mark your calendars for Aug. 13, 2014, for the third in the Washington Duke Inn's Summer Beer Dinner Series at the standout Fairview Dining room.The multi-course menu pairs with Fullsteam Brewery selections with Executive Chef Jason Cunningham...
  • Tavern in Old Salem front
    Winston-Salem Discoveries: The Tavern Delights
    By Kathy M. Newbern and J.S. Fletcher©2014(Part 7 of a Series)One of our delights in revisiting Old Salem, now for the fourth time, was discovering the “new” tavern, officially named The Tavern in Old Salem. We’ve always...
  • Terrence Brewer
    Jazz series Flavors South Bay summer
    Santana Row’s summer music series, Flavors of Jazz, is set to return to the San Jose destination.Santana Row’s popular jazz series will take on a new “flavor” this summer withFlavors of Jazz, a series that marries Santana...