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  • 'Cooking Up a Tribute'
    'Cooking Up a Tribute' review: Celebration of culture, heritage through cuisine
    The gastronomic challenge documentary "Cooking Up a Tribute" (screening at the Seattle International Film Festival) succeeds in its beautiful and rich presentation, but lacks the traits of a truly memorial doc.In short: The co-owners of...
  • Bike Barcelona to Rome on the trail of Hannibal
    Bike Barcelona to Rome on the trail of Hannibal
    Attention serious cyclists: How would you like to join some new friends for a bike trip across Spain, France and Italy in the footsteps of the Carthaginian general Hannibal? On the 28-day journey you’ll peddle over the Pyrenees, the Alps and...
  • Hamura's Saimin Stand
    The best places to eat in Kauai for a truly diverse experience
    One of the strongest reflections of any culture is it's cuisine and Hawaii is a perfect example. With it's distinct asian influences, Polynesian staples and penchant for fresh, locally sourced ingredients, the island ofKauaiis a haven for...
  • Sampling of Culinary Scene in Lexington, Kentucky
    Foodie Heaven in Lexington, Kentucky
    There is no such thing as “American” cuisine. Other than a shared emphasis on convenience, American foods and recipes look and taste differently depending upon which part of the country you are in: Each region has its own unique style...
  • Sampling of Puerto Rican Classics by Chef Raul Correa
    9 Ways to treat your tastebuds in San Juan, Puerto Rico
    With a diverse history of original Taino Indian inhabitants to Spanish colonization with african slaves and the ultimate acquisition by the United States, Puerto Rico is a veritable melting pot of cultures. Being a "stopping point" for...
  • Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa: a southern Irish coastal oasis
    Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa: a southern Irish coastal oasis
    Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa lies in a picturesque location near the most southerly point of Ireland in county Cork fronting several beaches along a series of peninsulas jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean.Reached via a winding road that...
  • Finnish breads
    Contemporary Finnish cuisine: Where East meets West with a worldly twist
    Ever since the Middle Ages, culinary novelties have come to Finland from both directions: From the west came the Swedish smorgasbord served buffet-style with various hot and cold dishes. From the east came the Russian equivalent, the zakuska table...
  • Rebel or Submit, at Mugaritz in Spain
    Decoding Restaurant Menus
    How are diners faring with navigating restaurant menus? Chefs and restaurants these days list every ingredient (usually obscure) on their menus or glorify staples by specifying their source or antecedents in great detail. This ploy is presumably...
  • A Conversation with Chef Joel Robuchon
    Joël Robuchon: What Are His Passions Beyond the Kitchen?
    Chef Joël Robuchon was dubbed the "Chef of the Century" as early as 1989 by the Gault et Millau guide in France. Robuchon has been credited with guiding modern French cuisine to a simpler yet delicate form as we see it now, being very...
  • TAPAS -- Spanish food design exhibition -- thrills visitors
    TAPAS -- Spanish food design exhibition -- thrills visitors
    Washington, D.C. --- Watch out Ikea and Martha Stewart! A popular new exhibition at the former Spanish ambassador’s residence has Washingtonians raving about Spanish culture and food design.The exhibition, TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food,...
  • Madrid's annual 'Gastrofestival' to wow foodies again
    Madrid's annual 'Gastrofestival' to wow foodies again
    Attention globe-hopping foodies: Save a lot of room in your tummies for a chance to eat your way across Madrid – including stops at hundreds of famous restaurants, bars, sweet shops and the like – from Jan. 24 to Feb. 9. The event will...
  • 1826 Restaurant & Lounge is anticipated to open its doors early 2014.
    Much-anticipated 1826 Restaurant & Lounge in Miami Beach to open early 2014
    Situated at the bustling center of South Beach on Collins Avenue, 1826 Restaurant & Lounge is anticipated to open its doors early 2014. The highly refined yet approachable restaurant will offer Contemporary American cuisine with a focus on...
  • Un Goût de la France en Humble
    A taste of France in Humble
    Both literally and figuratively, Humble, TX is not France. Doubtful anyone has ever confused the two. Yet a beacon of French culinary culture is tucked away in the remnants of a small Pentecostal church in an unassuming residential neighborhood a...
  • "Sabor Peru 2013- Taste a Culture" Comes Back to Miami on November 16, 17
    "Sabor Peru 2013- Taste a Culture" comes back to Miami
    “SABOR PERU GASTRONOMIC FESTIVAL” promises to be this year’s premiere foodie festival. This unique event will take place on November 16 & 17th at the Miami Airport Convention Center (MACC). With a kick off Inauguration Party...
  • Add A Little Chile To Your Itinerary
    Add A Little Chile To Your Itinerary
    When my job as a focus group moderator took me to Chile on a research project, I really had no personal desire to make the long journey. Oh sure, you might think of Patagonia and alpacas, but I thought of nothing. The truth is I knew nothing about...
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