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Sunshine in the Winter: A Farmers Market Guide to Citrus

Sunshine in the Winter: A Farmers Market Guide to Citrus

by CUESA @ Bay Area Bites

Use CUESA's guide to winter citrus to pick out your next fruit at the farmers market.

My Food Trends for 2015

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

I love reading what the food and restaurant industry as well as food entrepreneurs predict for yearly food trends. So I’ve taken the liberty to make my own forecast for what I would like to see trending in the New Year. Here’s my list and yes…there is a theme:

#1 – ... [Read More]

Take a tour of popular food startup Food52's beautiful new office and test kitchen

Take a tour of popular food startup Food52's beautiful new office and test kitchen


Business Insider

Foodies will love the office and test kitchen of cooking startup Food52, which hosts recipes and a marketplace for cooking equipment.

14 restaurants stops for Food Network's Alton Brown when he visits Hershey

14 restaurants stops for Food Network's Alton Brown when he visits Hershey


PennLive.com

Brown will perform Nov. 7 at the Hershey Theatre.

WATCH: Food Network star Paula Deen curses up a storm in ‘blooper reel’

WATCH: Food Network star Paula Deen curses up a storm in ‘blooper reel’


New York Post

KITCHEN AND MOANIN’: Southern-fried chef Paula Deen pours on the “raunch” dressing in outtakes from her Food Network show.KITCHEN AND MOANIN’: Southern-fried chef Paula Deen pours on the “raunch” d…

☼ EATING PARIS ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

Alisa Morov (https://www.facebook.com/alisa.morov?fref=ts) is one of my dearest friends. She’s a fantastic Mother, cookbook author, and a genuine foodie. Oh, and I’m so jealous of her because she speaks French, and I cannot. She squeezes the most out of each day, and can show you a delicious time the next time you’re in Paris. Winding […]

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Open Food Network Aussie Launch Party!

by Serenity Hill @ Open Food Network

    Register: ofnlaunch.eventbrite.com.au Facebook event

Food Network's Iron Chef judge coming to Grand Rapids restaurant

Food Network's Iron Chef judge coming to Grand Rapids restaurant


MLive.com

Mari Rizzotti is bringing his "4 the Love of Italian Food" tour to Osteria Rossa.

How Do You Stay Fit as a Food Lover?

How Do You Stay Fit as a Food Lover?

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

The staff of America's Test Kitchen shares some of their tips for staying healthy in a food-friendly environment.

WHAT I ATE: Charred Octopus

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Charred Octopus WHY IT'S GREAT: The perfect balance of tender meat with crispy edges. WHAT'S ON THE MENU: I’m a tough customer when it comes to octopus. I can easy put it on my NO-GO list. But the octopus at Emporio is a cut above and that puts it near the top of my MUST HAVE list. They [...]

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Sugar And Sleep: More Rest May Dull Your Sweet Tooth

Sugar And Sleep: More Rest May Dull Your Sweet Tooth

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

When study participants who routinely got less than seven hours of sleep were coached to extend their sleep time, they also changed their diets, without being asked — taking in less sugar each day.

9 times the Golden Girls reminded us of our Southern moms

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

We all love our Southern moms. They’re smart, sweet and if someone crosses us, well, you better watch out. In fact, our Southern mommas remind us a lot of the women on “Golden Girls.” They’re kind like Rose, brilliant like Dorothy, sassy like Sophia and, well, surprising like Blanche. Here are a few quotes from […]

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The state of AI in marketing in 5 charts

by Ilyse Liffreing @ Digiday

“The rapid evolution of AI in media will enable our people to focus on innovation and intelligence rather than repetition and reports."

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Programmatic boosters admit the industry is facing a trust issue

by Yuyu Chen @ Digiday

As brands are becoming smarter and ad tech vendors are cleaning up their acts, programmatic will become a more disciplined marketing functionality.

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Norman Glockwell? See What Happens When Guns Are Thrust Into Iconic Artwork

by Philippa Boyes @ Repair the World

This post originally appeared in Bedford and Bowery on January 12, 2018. By Dabuek Maurer You’ve seen what happens when Hollywood guns […]

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7 Fun Things To Do in Brooklyn During Winter

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

Are you looking for fun things to do in Brooklyn during winter? From sweet treats and playing in the snow to Hanukkah celebrations and our Christmas Lights Tour of Dyker Heights, we've got you covered. Eat struffoli at Villabate Alba. Struffoli are small fried dough balls covered with honey that start to appear every

CRIMSON TIDINGS

by Eddie Ross @ Eddie Ross

If red and green make you feel more blah than fa-la-la, turn up the flame with chili pepper, lava red and hot, hot pink. Over at BHG this month, we’re packing a punch with a palette that’s ready to party.     Teaming up with my friend/co-worker/life coach Jessica Thomas—she designed Modern Mix!—we kept things simple and graphic. […]

Food Network Star Keeps Bumping Into Politics in Eat Tour of D.C.

Food Network Star Keeps Bumping Into Politics in Eat Tour of D.C.


Roll Call

A Louisiana native, Jay Ducote, spent a week eating his way through Washington. Ducote was a finalist on season 11 of Food Network Star.

"Game of Thrones" ice hotel opens in Finland

by The Associated Press @ The Know

The hotel, which stays open until early April, suggests that guests stay only one night due to below-zero temperatures.

‘It’s still an important platform’: HuffPost continues to roll out verticals on Facebook

by Max Willens @ Digiday

HuffPost says pages still offer a better way to build a scaled audience that can be monetized through advertising.

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Maccu di San Giuseppe

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Although there are many variations in the dishes served at St Joseph’s altar, most of them include legumes and bread. Since it has been so cold in the Northeast this winter, it seems appropriate to celebrate the spring equinox as in classic times. So let’s clear the pantry of last year’s harvest in the expectations of the new harvest to come. ... [Read More]

How to make a Hot Toddy: Grandma’s cure for the common cold

by Elizabeth Hoekenga @ Southern Thing

Nine out of 10 Grandmas agree: A Hot Toddy is all you need to cure your cold! Here’s our favorite recipe: INGREDIENTS • 8 ounces of water • 1/4 teaspoon of ground ginger • 3-5 whole cloves • 1-2 cinnamon sticks • A few star anise • 2 tea bags of choice • 1-2 tablespoons […]

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Hiring Amazing Food Tour Guides

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

Hiring Austin Food Tour Guides The Food Tasting Network is a fast growing company. This gives us great pleasure to announce that we are looking to hire food tour guides to CREATE an amazing team at the Food Tasting Network Austin Food Tours!   Do you have a passion for food, are you a foodie? Are you inspired to change the way people experience food? Can you command a crowd and make them laugh, and have everyone eating out of the palm of your hand? We are looking for people who are energetic, have an upbeat spirit and love to have fun.  If so, then this job could be the […]

MY HOLIDAY TABLE WITH BUNNY WILLIAMS

by Eddie Ross @ Eddie Ross

Bunny Williams is a luminary of interior design and one of the biggest names in the business. She also happens to be one of the nicest, most down-to-earth decorators I know. I met Bunny years ago when I was a newbie editor at House Beautiful and she was already a star. But over time, while […]

HOME LABORATORY

by Eddie Ross @ Eddie Ross

If you follow me on Instagram, another vice of mine as tempting as vintage chintz, blue opaline glass and Chinoiserie everything, you’ll know I’ve been a lot better about posting there than here. Instagram’s great for those of us who want to a quick fix, but I have to admit: I miss this thing! And so […]

8 of the most southern recipes you can make with Coke

by Kelly Kazek @ Southern Thing

What’s more southern than the iconic soft drink created in Atlanta, Georgia? Mixing it into some southern recipes, of course. Coca-Cola, created by pharmacist John Pemberton after the Civil War, has an important role in southern culture. We use “coke” to refer to any soft drink, asking our guests, “Would you like a Co-Cola?” And […]

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Rosé Piscine, The French Rosé Made To Be Served Over Ice, Arrives In South Florida

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

With a seductive aroma and unique flavor profile, this French rosé is perfect from beach to table Rosé Piscine, the original still rosé specifically made to drink over ice, has found its way to South Florida. Recently launched onto the U.S. market, Rosé Piscine is well established in France and Brazil, in which markets close […]

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10 reasons Willie Nelson is one of the best people alive

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

Whenever the media talks about Willie Nelson, it’s usually to make a pot joke. That’s really unfortunate, because the country music legend is about much more than his views on marijuana. Here are 10 reasons we absolutely adore the lovable musician — and none of them involve the green stuff. 1. He loves his home state. […]

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Food Network Whips Up Studio Tours

Food Network Whips Up Studio Tours


NBC New York

The Food Network announced this week it would offer a handful of behind-the-scenes tours of its Chelsea Market studios and the tickets sold out like, well, hot cakes.The studio -- which serves as home base to shows such as "Iron...

High-Velocity Food Fun!

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

A long time ago, when I was living in Los Angeles, a very funny thing happened, something I’d wager never happened to you. My mom had a sore throat and a bad cold, and was eating Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup. We’ve all had it a million times. It’s soothing to think back to our childhood, […]

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Gotta End This Writer’s Block

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

I honestly cannot remember the last time I went into a supermarket with one thing on my mind, and one thing only, cantaloupe. There wasn’t one in sight. I was dumb-founded, flummoxed and slightly amused/upset. (I did allow this to bother me the entire night, though). Okay, there goes the writer’s block. I am back, […]

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“Dinner” & Concert – Special Offer

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

We are excited to launch a new partnership with another great Charlotte entertainment attraction – the Charlotte Symphony.  Founded in 1932, the Charlotte Symphony is the largest and most active professional performing arts organization in the central Carolinas, giving nearly 100 performances each season and reaching an annual attendance of 200,000 listeners led by internationally…

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Vintage Sculptures by Sergio Bustamante

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

Have you ever spotted a sculpture by artist, Sergio Bustamante? Many of his works, especially his vintage three-dimensional brass and copper animals, are rare and highly sought after [&hellip...

Eating In and Around Palm Beach, Florida

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

I always enjoy visiting new restaurants whenever I travel - it is not only fun to try different foods, but also very inspiring to learn about other businesses [&hellip...

What's Colorado Springs Doing on Food Network?

What's Colorado Springs Doing on Food Network?


Rocky Mountain Food Tours

Food Network has featured Colorado Springs several times recently. Several chefs and restaurants made a splash on shows like Chopped and Cooks vs. Cons.

Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis tours GLOW ahead of Landfall fundraiser - Lumina News

Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis tours GLOW ahead of Landfall fundraiser - Lumina News


Lumina News

Food Network chef Giada De Laurentiis toured the Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington (GLOW), telling stories of how she got started as a chef and began work in television while encouraging the 6th grade girls in the first-year charter school. “It’s so important for women to mentor each other. Men help each other out moreRead More

The United States Botanic Garden

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

As many of you know, I am an avid gardener and am always inspired by the many gardens I visit during the year. My head gardener, Ryan McCallister, [&hellip...

7 Things You Didn’t Know About the Manhattan Bridge

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

The Manhattan Bridge is one of three gorgeous bridges that connect Manhattan to Brooklyn. Specifically it connects Canal Street in the Chinatown section of Manhattan to the downtown section of Brooklyn, but there's so much more that you may not know.   The official color of Manhattan is “Manhattan Bridge Blue” named for the

#ABRoadEats Fall 2017: Calling All Fans For Recommendations

by Megan Bailey @ ALTON BROWN

If you’ve been following me for the past few years, I’m sure by now you are familiar with #ABRoadEats (and if you’re not, what have you been doing?!). Ultimately, #ABRoadEats is a program I created and used tour-after-tour to get recommendations from YOU on the best eateries to stop at while I travel across the country. I have consumed more doughnuts, tacos and burgers than you could ever imagine, and… I’m back for more. Since all of your suggestions thus far have been so spot on, I’m bringing #ABRoadEats back yet again, as I am going on the last leg of my Eat Your Science tour this fall. For each city I’m scheduled to go to, I am seeking your native advice on where to get the best brewed coffee, casual lunches, and late-night grubbing spots for after the show...

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Hello world!

by mobius @ Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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Austin Food Tours Gift Certificates

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

Click Here Gift Certificates GIVE THE GIFT OF A TASTE OF AUSTIN FOOD TOURS! Want to buy tickets for someone else, but don’t know when they can attend?  Having trouble deciding which date is best for your group?  Austin Food Tours Gift Certificates make the sweetest of treats. Purchasing for a birthday, anniversary, a thank you, or just because? Everyone will love this delectable delight and the chance to Sip, Sample & Savor the flavors of Austin! Gift Certificates are available in any dollar amount, however, we’ve provided some common denominations below for each of our tours: Downtown Austin Food Tours $85 + 18% Gratuity  Transportation Austin Food Tours $135 + 18% Gratuity  Private Austin […]

Foreclosure Notices

by lumina @ Lumina News

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 17 SP 515 Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain Deed of Trust made by Jonathan L. Lalonde to Philip R. Mahoney, Trustee(s), dated the 30th day of March, 2011, and recorded in Book 5554, Page 2502, in New Hanover County Registry, North Carolina, default [...]

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Celebrate National Pizza Month on our Brooklyn Pizza Tour

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

If there's one thing we know in Brooklyn, it's pizza. And we know how much you love it too.  Now in its 12th year, our original Brooklyn Pizza Tour  has been bringing joy to pizza lovers like you since 2005. From bloggers to birthdays to family trips or fun with friends, it's been so

Italian Magic Potions to Begin or Top Off A Lusty Meal

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Over the past decade Italian food, wine and life style have permeated our lives. Have you ever wondered about all those beautiful Italian bottles lined up behind the bar, or picked up a wine list to see the headings “Aperitif”, “Grappa”, or “Amaro”?

These are consumed in a ritual fashion either before or after the meal to prepare for or aid the digestive process. ... [Read More]

Etaru Hallandale Launches Sundowner Menu

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Considered one of South Florida’s hottest new restaurants since opening in late August 2017, ETARU Hallandale is now offering a Happy Hour menu at the oceanfront-dining destination; the perfect hangout post-work or after a lazy day on the beach. Now live every day from 5:30 to 7:30 PM, visitors to ETARU can enjoy specially priced […]

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Shopping the Rose Bowl

by Eddie Ross @ Eddie Ross

I’ve shopped the Rose Bowl here and here, and also here, but this time I did it with my good friend Anna. She interned with me at Martha back in the day, cut her teeth at Kelly Wearstler and has since gone on to do fantastic things. We were both a little hungover tuckered out that morning, […]

Cooking With Pietro

by Foods of NY Staff @ Foods of NY Tours

Since 1983, Monte’s Trattoria has been up and running all thanks to the amazing Chef Pietro Mosconi.  Chef Pietro was born in the Emilia - Romagna region of Italy in a small village, in the province of Piacenza.  It was here that Pietro discovered his passion for the traditional Northern Italian cuisine, which has influenced his cooking to [...]

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Juicing Pomegranates

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

Pomegranates rank among some of my favorite fruits - especially this time of year. I love eating the juicy red seeds and drinking the healthy antioxidant-rich juice. One [&hellip...

Epicurean Excursion Gourmet Tasting Tour | Portland Walking Tours | Oregon

Epicurean Excursion Gourmet Tasting Tour | Portland Walking Tours | Oregon


Portland Walking Tours

Get tickets now for this fun and delicious food tour where we go behind-the-scenes to taste and sip a bunch of items while exploring the heart of Portland.

Scientists Peek Inside the ‘Black Box’ of Soil Microbes to Learn Their Secrets

Scientists Peek Inside the ‘Black Box’ of Soil Microbes to Learn Their Secrets

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

Microorganisms play a vital role in growing food and sustaining the planet, but they do it anonymously. Scientists haven't identified most soil microbes, but they are learning which are most common.

Southern dishes that prove food doesn’t have to be pretty to taste good

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

If you watch any competition show on Food Network, you’ll hear a lot about “plating” and how pretty — or unpretty — the contestants’ meals look. Sometimes, contestants will get eliminated just because their plates look like slop — even if the food tastes heavenly. Well, I’m here to say that’s really, really dumb. Southern […]

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Cvi.che 105 Aventura Will Open Its Doors On Friday, December 2nd

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

As Part of the New Aventura Mall Expansion, the Restaurant will open its 3rd South Florida Location Miami’s most beloved Peruvian restaurant, proudly announces the opening of its third location, as part of the new highly anticipated Aventura Mall Expansion. Aventura residents and visitors alike will enjoy the famously hip, impeccable yet traditional Peruvian cuisine […]

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Why Go On a Food Tour?

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

Why Go On a Food Tour? Written by Darren Bocksnick © 2015   With the interest in flavorful, unique foods as the new rage and the integration of new, upcoming restaurants on the rise, the best and sometimes only way to experience it all is to go on a food tour!  Food tourism is a relatively new industry that takes tourists around to 5 or more local venues where they get to sample some of the best of that particular city’s favorite eateries. Coupled with the fantastic food and creations from top local chefs, the tourists also get to have a taste of that city’s historical highlights and cultural spotlights.  […]

Do young killers deserve chance at parole? Baton Rouge case grapples with question in court

Do young killers deserve chance at parole? Baton Rouge case grapples with question in court

by By Katy Reckdahl | Juvenile Justice Information Exchange @ www.theadvocate.com - RSS Results

More than 23 years ago, 15-year-old Damien Riley browsed through the Legends Comics and Sports Cards store on Highland Road, then aimed his gun at the back of the head of 41-year-old store owner Michael Kleban, who was sitting at…

☼ HOW TO STAY WARM IN LONDON ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

For most of my life, being the food-loving (okay, food-obsessed) guy I am, when I’d come walking into a restaurant, if the owner saw me, he’d know that a lot of food would be consumed, ergo, that he was going to have a good night, dollar-wise. If it was a buffet place, oh dear, I […]

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Weekly specials at Forte dei Marmi

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Forte dei Marmi TARA, Ink. Mediterranean Raw Fish Bar Forte dei Marmi’s new ‘Mediterranean Raw Fish Bar’ will be served daily with experiences to include a “Mediterranean” Ricciola Carpaccio with crunchy vegetables, lemon sauce and Himalayan salt, “Mediterranean” Fresh Catch of the Day Tris of Tartare, Sicilian Red Prawns Carpaccio with avocado, red onion, blueberry […]

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NYC’s 5 Best Holiday Pies ~ 2017 Edition

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

What’s Thanksgiving Without the Pie!? There’s no need to bake this Thanksgiving holiday. All that precise measuring?! Leave it to the pastry chefs! The amazing bakeries here in NYC have got you covered from traditional pumpkin, apple and pecan to unique ideas like gelato pumpkin pie. There are also delicacies for your breakfast while you watch the parade or [...]

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WHAT I ATE: Meskerem Combo

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Meskerem Combo and Honey Wine WHY IT'S GREAT: An array of complementing flavors, textures and colors.  WHAT'S ON THE MENU: I had been looking forward to eating at Meskerem forever and now was my chance to experience a piece of their culture through their food. Spices filled the air, clearing my mind and preparing me [...]

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Kiki On The River Kicks Off Season With Miraval Rose Prix Fixe $24.99 Lunch Tuesday – Friday

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Drink pink at hot riverfront eatery with lavish three course menu and complimentary glass of Miraval Rose per person every weekday Tuesday Through Friday Kiki on The River kicks off season with a $24.99 prix fixe lunch with a lavish three course menu and a complimentary glass of Miraval Rose per person. Miraval Rose has […]

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Chelsea Market Food Tour - Foods of New York Tours

Chelsea Market Food Tour - Foods of New York Tours


Foods of NY Tours

Experience the sights, sounds & flavors of New York City's historic 118 -year-old indoor food market. Then, visit the famous High Line - a park in the sky!

Aloha Plate Hawaii Food Tour - Hawaii Jeep Tours

Aloha Plate Hawaii Food Tour - Hawaii Jeep Tours


Hawaii Jeep Tours

The Aloha Plate Hawaii Food tour is Oahu's most local authentic experience! Sample foods from the cultures that make Hawaii so special. Call 888-594-2329

Interview with Sugar Cat Studio Winner of Cupcake Wars on Food Network - Eat This Shoot That

Interview with Sugar Cat Studio Winner of Cupcake Wars on Food Network - Eat This Shoot That


Eat This Shoot That

Are you as addicted to amazing cupcakes as we are? If you’re human, then the right answer here is “Uh..yeah! Of course!” Well, we happen to be friends with Alison Riede, winner of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars and owner of Sugar Cat Studio. Anyway, we recently visited her kitchen to ask her some questions… Q: …

A Peas Offering for the Dairy Aisle: Can This Milk Alternative Rival the Real Deal?

A Peas Offering for the Dairy Aisle: Can This Milk Alternative Rival the Real Deal?

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

Yellow-pea milk might sound odd, but the founders of Ripple Foods think their protein-rich dairy alternatives could give cow's milk a run for its money and open the door to more plant-based products.

New 2013 Charlotte Food Tour Dates

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

We are pleased to release updated event dates for the first half of 2013 for all four of our current Charlotte Food (& Craft Brewery) Tours!  All tours are occurring every other week with some exceptions during busy Charlotte weekends or other special event conflicts for our tour partners. Each food tour of Charlotte is…

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Turning Soybeans Into Diesel Fuel is Costing Us Billions

Turning Soybeans Into Diesel Fuel is Costing Us Billions

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

The law that requires America to turn some of its soybeans into diesel fuel for trucks has created a new industry. But it's costing American consumers about $5 billion each year.

What is the Mediterranean Diet?

What is the Mediterranean Diet?

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

Everything you need to know about this heart-healthy, centuries-old way of eating.

Autopsy: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose

Autopsy: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose

by The Associated Press @ The Know

LOS ANGELES -- Tom Petty's family says his death last year was due to an accidental drug overdose. His wife and daughter released the results of Petty's autopsy via a statement Friday on his Facebook page. Dana and Adria Petty say they got the results from the coroner's office earlier… Read more »

Google’s emphasis on mobile page speed will hit CNN, WSJ and other top sites

by Lucia Moses @ Digiday

With Google about to start ranking mobile sites by speed, we looked at which top publishers are ready and which could use improvement.

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Warehouse Tour (2017-12-01)

Warehouse Tour (2017-12-01)


Emergency Food Network

Take a tour of the Emergency Food Network Distribution Center and learn about Pierce County’s emergency food system.

Five Poke Bowls to Try in San Francisco

Five Poke Bowls to Try in San Francisco

by Kelly O'Mara @ Bay Area Bites

Looking for poke in San Francisco? Start with one of these five spots and you can't go wrong.

You can (and should) visit a slaughterhouse

You can (and should) visit a slaughterhouse


New Hope Network

One slaughterhouse allows visitors to view their processing facilities. Is this type of food transparency (literally) overkill?

THANKSGIVING AT PINE HILL

by Eddie Ross @ Eddie Ross

Last year’s Thanksgiving was one of my favorites. It was actually more of a Friendsgiving, which always seems to get more rowdy as the night goes on. Luckily, every plate, platter, salt cellar and smoked glass goblet stayed in tact. After putting up new vintage chintz curtains in the dining room at Pine Hill Farm, […]

Food Network star Alton Brown visits Foxwoods with his national food tour "Eat Your Science"

Food Network star Alton Brown visits Foxwoods with his national food tour "Eat Your Science"


The Day

Food Network star Alton Brown might be best-known for his quirky television show “Good Eats,” which began airing in 1999. The show,

Jewish Young Adults to ‘Act Now for Racial Justice’

by Philippa Boyes @ Repair the World

This post originally appeared in the Ohio Jewish Chronicle on December 21, 2017. New York, NY — The largest Jewish service organization, Repair the […]

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Candidate for Wrightsville Beach’s state house district to focus on beaches, water, schools

by Mel Beasley @ Lumina News

Mel Beasley Intern Protecting the coastline will help maintain the county’s economy by encouraging continued tourism to Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, said a Democratic candidate who will challenge Republican Rep. Ted Davis, Jr. for the 19th district seat in the North Carolina General Assembly. “I want to make sure to stop things that might damage [...]

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The Tasty Trend That Restaurants are Dismissing

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

The Tasty Trend That Restaurants are Dismissing Savvy restaurateurs who keep abreast of the culinary trends that help “flavor” the food and hospitality industry, understand better than most that Food Tasting Tours are one of the best ways to present their signature dishes to discerning patrons. They’ve come to realize the presiding value of having a group of traveling tourists or even local enthusiasts to sample their finest entries, write reviews about their experience and then share this with others via word-of-mouth or social media. Even restaurants with the most robust of advertisement budgets will attest that this type of relationship marketing as described above will do more for a […]

In 2018, influencer marketing is about driving sales

by Julius @ Digiday

Influencer marketing has gone from a rising trend to a proven driver of sales — and it will only continue to grow in 2018. Find out how top marketers and public relations professionals currently implement influencer marketing to grow their brands. Sponsored by Julius.

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Food & Wine Group Vacations | Group Culinary Trips with Airfare

Food & Wine Group Vacations | Group Culinary Trips with Airfare


go-today

Make your next group travel a vacation to remember with custom food and wine packages for a truly unique culinary experience. Request a quote for you next group trip online or call 800-290-6685.

Notice to Creditors

by lumina @ Lumina News

AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Constance S. Johnston, late of New Hanover County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned, c/o Jill L. Peters Kaess, 101 N. Third Street, [...]

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Charlotte Today Feature

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

Had the recent pleasure of being interviewed on WCNC-TV’s Charlotte Today show with Colleen Odegaard and Eugene Robinson.  Definitely had a lot of fun telling the story of our Charlotte food tours and an overview of what the experience entails.  We take a lot of care in creating each food tour making sure that the…

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Here’s proof that Southerners will monogram absolutely anything

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

If you’ve been in the South for about five seconds, you’ve probably realized one thing: We love monogramming everything. Yes, everything. We’ve never found anything we can’t monogram. Our love for monogramming goes far beyond the personalized wedding towels. Don’t believe me?  Well, I’ll just prove it to you right now. (Keep in mind, this is […]

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Why Sightseeing is “Old-School”…

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

What is Experiential Tourism you ask?  Well, it is the newest trend in travel.  Think about it…when you travel or even in every day life, would you prefer to be told a story and see something OR would you prefer to jump in and be a part of the story?! FEAST Food Tours & Culinary…

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A Slice of Brooklyn’s Top 9 Instagram Photos of 2017

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

Brooklyn is gorgeous. From sunrise to sunset, no matter the season, Brooklyn will take your breath away. Take a look back at our most popular Instagram photos of 2017. One thing is certain, you love our bridges and neighborhoods, and it's easy to see why. Here are your favorite photos of 2017. Want to see

Take the Food Network Tour of Santa Clara County

Take the Food Network Tour of Santa Clara County


Gilroy, CA Patch

Local restaurants have been all over TV. We've got a comprehensive rundown here including a huge burrito, incredible Brussels sprouts and more.

Denver

Denver "Hamilton" tickets: What you need to know about getting general public tickets

by Barbara Ellis @ The Know

Tickets for non-subscribers go on sale Monday, Jan. 22, at 10 a.m. Here's what you need to know.

Notice to Creditors

by lumina @ Lumina News

AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Constance S. Johnston, late of New Hanover County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned, c/o Jill L. Peters Kaess, 101 N. Third Street, [...]

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The Strand Bar & Grill To Open Tuesday November 21st At The Newly Renovated Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

A Contemporary Farm Fresh Culinary Concept with Sweeping Ocean Views On Tuesday, November 21st The Strand Bar & Grill will open its doors in a beautiful shorefront setting on Miami Beach. This new dining concept, located at Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, will deliver a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu of carefully considered new American fare infused with […]

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Cucumber Lemonade Gin Punch

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

Cucumber Lemonade Gin Punch, or the CLGP, as I like to call it, is one of my favorite summer cocktails. On a warm day out on the porch, I just can’t imagine anything better. And because the cucumber lemonade is assembled before adding the gin, the base can be served without the booze for anyone not imbibing. The cucumbers become a sort of fresh pickle in the lemonade and should be devoured, not discarded. It should go without saying that this delicious punch should be enjoyed responsibly. 

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Lona By Chef Pablo Salas: Hot, Haute Mexican Cuisine And Cocktails On Fort Lauderdale Beach

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

New restaurant and tequila/mezcal bar to open December 2017 When Lona – celebrated Mexican chef Pablo Salas’ chic new Mexican eatery opens its doors on a gorgeous strip of beachfront real estate December 2017 – it will surely be one of the hottest new spots in Fort Lauderdale. Lona will offer Salas’ eclectic, soulful Mexican […]

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Baton Rouge chef puts his game face on for Food Network's 'Chopped'

Baton Rouge chef puts his game face on for Food Network's 'Chopped'


The Advocate

Look for a familiar face on the area culinary scene on Food Network's "Chopped" at 9 p.m. Tuesday.

10 things you should know if you’re dating a Southern woman

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

Most of us who have lived down South know that the women here are special: strong, sassy, smart and full of mystery. But for y’all who have never dated a Southern woman, here’s what you should know: There’s no use in being sassy with us — we’re going to out-sass you. Promise. Don’t even try. […]

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Our newest Charlotte Food Tour!

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

After many months of planning, our newest Charlotte food tour, Dives to Dining Plaza Midwood, has launched!  Come along with us and allow us to be your food tour guide to the diverse cuisine in the historic Plaza Midwood neighborhood! From comfort food featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives to fine dining,…

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☼ FRIENDS, FOOD, LAUGHTER, AND ALIGOT ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

“Aligot?” “What the heck is aligot?” you ask… It’s, quite simply, something you already love, and similar to something we all aspire to; the cheesiest, creamiest, smoothest and sexiest mashed potatoes of all time. There’s a certain pomp and ceremony, and celebratory gusto, as our Maître D conjures up this most-luscious side-dish served at Ambassade […]

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Volunteers help promote food program in Crown Heights

by Philippa Boyes @ Repair the World

This article originally appeared on News12 Brooklyn and BK Reader on January 14, 2018. By Torri Singer BROOKLYN – Thirty volunteers took to the […]

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Cumin Lamb 新疆羊肉

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Xinjiang, an autonomous region in Northwestern China  is home to numerous ethnic groups, including Uyghurs, a tribe of Turkic origin. Lamb often takes precedence over pork, and cumin, a spice not usually associated with Chinese cuisine is a common seasoning. ... [Read More]

Candied Orange Peel 2.0

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

So when I included a procedure for candied orange peel to be used in the Amaranth Wafer recipe in my book, EveryDayCook, I didn’t have a lot of space and so the procedure had to be abbreviated…a lot. And it wasn’t given nearly the attention it was due. Some of you have had trouble with it, and once I went back and gave it a fresh look, I can see why. It’s badly written…simple as that. Truth is, candied orange peel is one of my very favorite candies, not only as an ingredient, but just as candy I like to munch. What’s more is that I love making it. So it (not to mention you) deserve a full explanation of the procedure. (Browse gallery for a full how-to in photos above.)

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Chicken Parmesan Meatballs

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

Chicken Parmesan Meatballs happens to be one of my favorite dishes from my book, EveryDayCook. My recipe for spaghetti sauce is in the book, but in a pinch you can make it with your favorite recipe or store-bought if you must.

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Austin Food Trucks Fare Meet and Greet Happy Hour

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

The Food Tasting Network.com Presents Austin’s Food Trucks Fare and Happy Hour Meet and Greet Free Sangria Red Wine Join us May 20th, 2015 6-9pm Meet and Greet Meetup with The Food Tasting Network Austin Food Tours and BOCA FOOD TRUCK Court Experience Six Awesome Austin Food Trucks and Free Sangria Red Wine! SEE ALSO: Austin Food Tours   [testimonials] RSVP and Share RSVP on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/426088857552478/ RSVP On Meetup.com   RSVP On EventBrite   Sponsor Host: Austin Food Truck Restaurant Boca Spanish Fare SEE ALSO: Austin Food Tours

Food Network chef brings book tour, special dinner to Raleigh :: Out and About at WRAL.com

Food Network chef brings book tour, special dinner to Raleigh :: Out and About at WRAL.com


WRAL.com

Maneet Chauhan signed copies of her cookbook and met with fans during a special dinner Sunday night at Bida Manda.

Why see-now-buy-now makes sense for China’s luxury customers

by Hilary Milnes @ Digiday

Those watching the runway during NYFW: China Day will be able to shop the runways in the Tmall mobile app as they happen.

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Who was Cooter Brown, and why would he get so drunk?

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

We’ve all heard it at least once: “He was drunker than Cooter Brown.” The phrase may sound weird to a non-Southerner (hey, we can admit we say some strange things). But even though most Southerners have heard of him, most of us don’t know who the heck Cooter was — or why we measure our […]

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Communications & Customer Support Role

by Dev UK @ Open Food Network

  Hi! We’re the Open Food Network (OFN) UK. We’re rethinking local food distribution, from the ground up. Are you interested in helping create food sovereignty in the UK? Would you like to help create food systems in which everyone has access to affordable, nutritious, culturally appropriate food? Are you creative, motivated, autonomous? Do you like […]

Rinaldi: The Curtis Center's

Rinaldi: The Curtis Center's "Open Space: Finite Frontier" depicts the West with an honest detachment

by Ray Mark Rinaldi @ The Know

Are the windmills, municipal trappings and livestock pens that dot the West obnoxious invaders or welcome amenities?

NOPD: One dead, three injured in crash on I-10 in New Orleans East

NOPD: One dead, three injured in crash on I-10 in New Orleans East

by Advocate staff report @ www.theadvocate.com - RSS Results

One person died and three others were injured in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday in New Orleans East, police said.

5 Drool-Worthy Thanksgiving Feasts at NYC Restaurants ~ 2017 Edition

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

Are you visiting NYC for Thanksgiving? Or a local and you're sticking around for Friendsgiving? Maybe you're tired of being the host with the most? (read as: NO cooking for once!) Any reason is a good reason to be in the Big Apple for the holiday. And we’re here to help! Below are our top picks for Thanksgiving Day [...]

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Chamber of Commerce Guest Blog Post

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

As a participant of the Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Organization, they recently asked me to be a guest blogger for their upcoming newsletter.  I do not think of myself as much of a writer, but very honored for the opportunity to provide any insight into my recent journey of entrepreneurship. Here is what I…

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☼ Barcelona – A Never-ending, Timeless, Disney-esque Acid-Trip… and Gaudi (not “gawdy”) Architecture

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

Many of you have been to my home (referred to as “The Tree-house”) in Honolulu, but not all of you, yet.  I look forward to meeting and feeding you in the not-too-distant future, though, as soon as it quiets down around here. Point is, for coming up on 5 years now, the guy next door […]

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Hawaii Food Tours is for food lovers who want food fun!

Hawaii Food Tours is for food lovers who want food fun!


Hawaii Food Tours®

Hawaii Food Tours feeds, entertains and educates food lovers from around the world. When visiting Hawaii, we’ll make your time more delicious & satisfying.

Watermelon Negroni

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

I’ve been accenting the sweetness of summer watermelons with the bitter bite of Campari for years…which means I should have thought of this Watermelon Negroni cocktail sooner.

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Even More Bowls Sold

by EFN @ Emergency Food Network

This year Emergency Food Network tried something new, our very own Pop-Up Bowl Boutique! For two hours on Saturday, December 16, EFN opened its warehouse doors to let community members come in and buy last minute bowls for 2017. Over 120 bowls … Continue reading

Facebook news-feed changes will cut into publishers’ branded-content revenue

by Sahil Patel @ Digiday

Publishers were able to make decent money on Facebook by making and selling custom videos for advertisers, but that could soon change.

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WATCH: Food Network star Paula Deen curses up a storm in ‘blooper reel’

WATCH: Food Network star Paula Deen curses up a storm in ‘blooper reel’

by Bruce Golding @ WATCH: Food Network star Paula Deen curses up a storm in ‘blooper reel’ | New York Post

Paula Deen’s cooking isn’t just full of butter — it’s also mighty salty! The queen of Southern cuisine curses up a cordon bleu streak in a “blooper reel” — dropping the swear words “motherf–kers” and “shee–t” as often as she drops lard and bacon grease in her frying pan. At one point in the expletive-packed...

A Taste of Mulberry Street Italian NYC Food Tour - Ahoy New York Food Tours

A Taste of Mulberry Street Italian NYC Food Tour - Ahoy New York Food Tours


Ahoy New York Food Tours

A Taste of Mulberry St is an Italian NYC food tour & a 2 hour progressive meal with wine pairings along one of the New York City's most historic streets.

How to Make Vegetable Prep Easier with Your Food Processor

How to Make Vegetable Prep Easier with Your Food Processor

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

Take a break from practicing your knife skills and let your food processor do the work.

18 Reasons to Be Thankful for Brooklyn this Thanksgiving

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

You love Brooklyn. We certainly love Brooklyn.  And that's because Brooklyn is like no other place in the world! So much so that everyone who's ever been on our tours has fallen in love with it. Last Thanksgiving we shared 15 reasons to be thankful for Brooklyn, here are 18 more.   1. Brooklyn has the

Take a peek at our 2017 Christmas Lights Tour of Dyker Heights

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

Have you been on our Christmas Lights Tour of Dyker Heights? If not, what are you waiting for? Our 2017 tour is in full swing as you'll see from these photos and comments from some of the incredible bloggers who have taken the tour so far this year. "Off to the perfect holiday start." -

Food Network star Alton Brown’s “Eat Your Science” show heads to Denver

Food Network star Alton Brown’s “Eat Your Science” show heads to Denver


The Know

Even if you have to miss the show, you can still volunteer to help Brown out. He's relying on locals to direct him to the best spots at which to eat and drink.

National Pistachio Day

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Wednesday, February 26th is National Pistachio Day here in the States, and although we love pistachios in any way, shape and form, there is no place on earth that produces pistachios superior to those from Bronte, in Sicily.

Sicily is the only place in Italy where pistachios grow, ... [Read More]

Last Minute Antipasti for Holiday Entertaining

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Parties are part of the fun of the holiday season, and there’s no question that large gatherings are the traditional way to bring family and friends together. But it seems that nowadays most people work longer hours, have overcommitted lifestyles and don’t always have the time to prepare elaborate events. ... [Read More]

Fritole Della Venezia Giulia

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

With Ash Wednesday’s imminent arrival, and the gastronomic restraints of Lent looming, Italians view Carnevale as an excuse for over-indulgence. Fritole, or Fritelle are a Venetian treat popular during Carnevale, although they can be enjoyed as snacks any time of the year. Classic Venetian Fritole contain raisins or bits of candied fruit, ... [Read More]

Beautiful Photos of Green-Wood Cemetery During Winter

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

“It is the ambition of the New Yorker to live upon Fifth Avenue, to take his airings in the [Central] Park, and to sleep with his fathers in Green-Wood.” - New York Times, 1866 To this day, Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn is one of the most beautiful places in New York. It was built

A Visit to The Bunker Artspace in Palm Beach, Florida

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

A brief trip south to escape the cold winter can be so invigorating. As you know, I traveled to sunny Palm Beach, Florida over the New Year’s holiday. [&hellip...

As Facebook’s news feed changes, football clubs mull how to monetize reach

by Seb Joseph @ Digiday

Football clubs are anxiously waiting to see the effects of Facebook’s news-feed purge.

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A Book Signing at Macy's Garden State Plaza

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

Two of my latest books, “Slow Cooker” and “Newlywed Kitchen” continue to provide lots of fun and useful ideas for new couples and those who love using one [&hellip...

Homemade Chicken Bone Broth

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Homemade bone broth is one of the most traditional, nourishing, and nutrient-dense foods available. Chicken bone broth can be made with (1) a whole stewing hen (2) the carcasses from a roasted chicken or two. Every time you have roast chicken, save the carcass in the freezer until you have enough to make broth (3) 3-4 pounds of necks, ... [Read More]

Is a Federal Junk Food Tax in Our Future?

Is a Federal Junk Food Tax in Our Future?

by Civil Eats @ Bay Area Bites

As momentum builds for local soda taxes, a new study suggests taxes on junk food could be an effective public health tool.

That’s Spicy!

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

Recently I was asked to be the third judge at a chili cook-off because no one else wanted to do it. The original third judge called in sick at the last moment and I happened to be standing there at the judge’s table asking directions to the beer wagon when the call came. I was […]

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Digiday Research: Brand marketers see more potential in AI than other technologies

by Mark Weiss @ Digiday

Brand marketers believe artificial intelligence will have a greater impact on marketing than augmented reality or virtual reality.

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Keith Urban announces tour, Colorado concert

Keith Urban announces tour, Colorado concert

by Dylan Owens @ The Know

Kelsea Ballerini will open the show.

How Food Network parent Scripps Networks is reaching young viewers online - Digiday

How Food Network parent Scripps Networks is reaching young viewers online - Digiday


Digiday

With Genius Kitchen and Spoon University, Food Network owner Scripps Networks Interactive is trying to build digital media brands to reach younger viewers.

Open Food Network a Ouishare Winner!

by OFN team @ Open Food Network

Open Food Network one of five winners at Ouishare Fest! Thanks everyone for making this happen – especially team OFN at Ouishare: Myriam Boure, Cynthia Reynolds and Laura Summers!ir-leasing.ru

The Food Network Magazine Cooking School Experience - www.internationalculinarycenter.com

The Food Network Magazine Cooking School Experience - www.internationalculinarycenter.com


www.internationalculinarycenter.com

Learn about one students experience at the Food Network Magazine Cooking School at ICC on November 5, 2016.

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Making Your Own Cheese

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Making Your Own Cheese

by Kate Williams @ Bay Area Bites

Celebrate National Cheese Lover's Day by making your own cheese (and eating it).

Chelsea Market Food Tour | Free Tours by Foot

Chelsea Market Food Tour | Free Tours by Foot


Free Tours by Foot

Take a self-guided Chelsea Market food tour - one of the favorite draws in the Greenwich Village Meatpacking District and Chelsea neighborhood.

Festa di San Giuseppe and Zeppole

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

In Italy la festa dei papa, the equivalent of Father’s Day, falls on March 19, the feast of San Giuseppe (St. Joseph), the husband of Mary and the foster father of Jesus. Italians celebrate with special foods and gifts from the children to their Babbo (Daddy in Tuscany, ... [Read More]

NoDa ~ A Whole New Experience!

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

NoDa.  Many of us that have been in Charlotte for 20+ years has seen this historical area north of Charlotte transform.  It has always had character and its own type of charm.  Some people may have been there once several years ago to try out a restaurant staple in the area or maybe to attend…

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the smitten kitchen series on food network

the smitten kitchen series on food network


smitten kitchen

Have you ever wanted to go behind the scenes here at the Smitten Kitchen? Like, really behind the scenes, watching me cook, listening to me chatter about how the recipe came about and grimacing at …

Our Charlotte Tour Offerings have Expanded!

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

In an effort to showcase as much of Charlotte through its restaurants, chefs, and culinary artisans, we have launched a new Charlotte food tour in Historic South End – Bars & Bits Historic South End Food Tour.  This particular tour will focus on the variety of establishments in South End that provide an opportunity for…

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Showing Love Through Food May Be Making Our Pets Obese and Unhappy

Showing Love Through Food May Be Making Our Pets Obese and Unhappy

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

Over half of the dogs and cats around the globe battle the bulge. A pet obesity specialist says a deep human-animal bond may inadvertently be causing unhealthy emotional and physical consequences.

14 Food TV Shows Actually Worth Watching

14 Food TV Shows Actually Worth Watching


Bon Appetit

Today's food TV is a cultural wasteland, but you can still watch food shows that were actually great. Here are 14 of the best of them

The Fighting Okra? These are the most Southern mascots and nicknames

by Haley Laurence @ Southern Thing

We all probably have a favorite sports team with a pretty conventional mascot: Tigers. Bears. Pirates. Wildcats. Which is fine and everything, but there’s one problem: They just don’t scream “We’re Southern, y’all.” But we have to give credit to these sports teams and universities for embracing their Southern-ness and picking representatives that are, well, […]

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Molecular Gastronomy at Disfrutar

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

This was not just any Dinner. This was a creative endeavor, an artistic display, a gustatory sleight-of-hand, and more, courtesy of the folks over at Disfrutar, here in Barcelona. The meaning of the Spanish word `Disfrutar’ translates to bask, delight, enjoy, take pleasure in, that kind of thing. It’s a hot, new-ish restaurant that is […]

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WHAT I ATE: Pork & Preserved Egg Congee

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Pork & preserved egg congee (porridge) WHY IT'S GREAT: This meal is cheap and easy. Simplicity with a mouthful of flavor. Smooth, creamy and comforting. Not the New Yorker’s everyday meal, but could easily be - especially in the colder months! WHAT'S ON THE MENU: Step out of Manhattan and into China. [...]

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All Of My Summer Cocktails In One Place

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

When it comes to summer drinking I like to keep things a little lighter on the proof side and a little brighter on the flavor side. With that in mind, here now are my warm weather favorites.  Margarita 2. Miami Mule  3. The J. v. D. Cocktail 4. Cheerwine Sangria 5. Cucumber Lemonade Gin Punch 6. Watermelon Negroni 7. Red Wine Sangria 8. Cucumber-Cilantro Margarita   Save Save Save Save

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Mother Earth Farm Update

by EFN @ Emergency Food Network

December brings slower and shorter days to EFN’s Mother Earth Farm. We are continuing to harvest and distribute food to our food pantry partners, but have slimmed down to five food pantries during the winter months. The winter harvest list … Continue reading

☼ CHUNKY JESUS ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

I have a good friend in Honolulu. Let’s call him Steve. Steve’s a great guy; met him in the mid-90’s when I was writing restaurant reviews for The Honolulu Advertiser (the biggest paper in the state of Hawaii at that time; now long gone as many papers are in the Internet age). Anyway, I walked […]

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WHAT I ATE: Sourdough Blueberry Pancakes

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Sourdough Blueberry Pancakes WHY IT'S GREAT: The tang of sourdough blends with the sweetness of the blueberry compote to create a perfectly balanced plate of pancakes. WHAT'S ON THE MENU: I love pancakes! I could eat them at any time of the day! In fact, I enjoyed this plate at Bubby’s as part of [...]

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How to Clean Your Grill

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

Do me a favor: Please clean your grill. Your grill grate better be squeaky clean or food will absolutely, positively stick (especially high-protein items like meat). Not only will sticking badly damage the food, it removes those groovy (literally) grill marks. Now, I’m not a very neat person, but here’s my plan: I never clean the grate after I use it; I clean it before I use it. 1. Fold old dish towel in thirds 2. Roll tightly. 3. Tie roast-style with butcher’s twine. 4. Clean grate with pumice stone, then brush. Light fire and heat grill. 5. Barely saturate the bottom of the towel with veggie oil and scrub grate in direction of rods. If flames jump up, the towel has too much oil on it. You’ll have to clean the grate again to remove soot. Save

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Soul of the South Debuts on TV!

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

The Soul of the South Uptown Food Tour made its television debut today on WCNC TV’s Charlotte Today show.  The hosts, Colleen Odegaard and Ramona Holloway, invited three of our participating Tour Partners to prepare a dish including their favorite Southern ingredients. Chef Chris Coleman from the McNinch House Restaurant prepared a Caramel Nut Tart with…

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Be an Ambassador Board Member for EFN

by EFN @ Emergency Food Network

Make this the year that you do something different, get more involved, and have an impact in your community. You can do all these things just by joining Emergency Food Network’s Ambassador Board. If you are interested please contact Andrea Tull-Davis … Continue reading

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Winter Recipe Favorites

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Winter Recipe Favorites

by Wendy Goodfriend @ Bay Area Bites

Winter doesn't mean you can't make tasty meals. Try our seasonal favorites and comfort food classics.

Deep-Fried Turkey

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

If you’ve never fried a turkey, make this the year. It’s delicious and done in 45 minutes (unless you’re cooking Turkzilla). Just make sure you assemble and use my handy and safe turkey derrick! Read more about my Turkey Derrick Print out step-by-step Turkey Derrick Instructions Watch the Turkey Derrick in action

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Alton Brown on His Tour, Food TV, & Culinary School

Alton Brown on His Tour, Food TV, & Culinary School


Eater

Television host Alton Brown continues to be as busy as ever, juggling a weekly podcast, a brand new Food Network show, a thorough website revamp, and a live tour launching in October. In a...

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Our 4 Best Foodie Gift ideas

by Foods of NY Staff @ Foods of NY Tours

We asked a few of our star tour guides and staff for some of their favorite holiday gifts to give this season.  "Just don't share with EVERYONE they said." Whoops. Sorry. Tour Guide Anny Scent of the Season... 1.  The New York Shaving Company - Old St. Patrick’s Cologne "The scent mixes nutmeg, cinnamon, [...]

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Liam Mayclem Takes You (and Jason Priestley) “Inside the Kitchen” on San Francisco Food Tours

Liam Mayclem Takes You (and Jason Priestley) “Inside the Kitchen” on San Francisco Food Tours


Bay Area Bites

Liam Mayclem is media star behind The Foodie Chap series and has cooked with the world’s top chefs. Mayclem is now giving behind-the-scenes culinary tours in San Francisco, a food-meets-travel tren…

Austin Food Tours RSVP

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

Austin Food Tours Saturday RSVP Thank You for attending our LIVE Event! We want to reward you by giving you a $10 discount per person. 1. Click the Buy Button 2. Enter the Number of people in your party (2, 4, 6, Etc.) 3. Enter PROMO Code foodtrucks,  click update and you will see the discount! 3. Follow the form to fill out payment information.   Thank you! We look forward to seeing you this Saturday!   If you cannot make it on Saturday, you will still get the discount PROMO, Just fill out the form below!   Thank you!    RSVP for Our Next Food Tour * indicates required […]

Meet Rising Chef Omar Montero of La Santeria Taqueria

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Picture provided by CARRIE HYMAN, TARA, Ink. Positioned in the budding Midtown Garden Center, the pop-up is an open-air food truck concept that revolves around the freshest ingredients, authentic Mexican recipes and lush greenery that elevates it into the ideal sensuous experience for its guest. Think: fresh pineapple, marinated meats, seafood, veggies, and homemade molcajete sauce all […]

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Join the Open Food Network UK

by Paul Mackay @ Open Food Network

The Open Food Network UK is excited to announce we are officially live! The announcement comes after the transition of Stroudco Food Hub, a pioneer food hub in Stroud, which seamlessly switched to the platform in May. Stroudco joins Tamar Grow Local and 209 local food producers as the early adopters of The Open Food Network […]

Cooper to urge White House to exempt North Carolina from offshore drilling at Monday Wrightsville Beach event

by Mel Beasley @ Lumina News

By Mel Beasley Intern North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper will use Wrightsville Beach as a backdrop for a press event this Monday opposing the White House’s plan to open more Atlantic and Pacific areas to offshore drilling. Cooper, a Democrat, will speak to the press on Monday at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort to urge [...]

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Foreclosure Notices

by lumina @ Lumina News

AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE   The property to be sold lies in 2 counties: New Hanover County Pender County   New Hanover County Special Proceeding File # 17-SP-648 Pender County Special Proceeding File # 17-SP-207   The undersigned Substitute Trustee (hereinafter the “Trustee”) will sell the following real estate located in New Hanover and [...]

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It’s Official, Austin is a “Foodie City”

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

Austin’s burgeoning music scene is near legendary and with each new festival that gets added or artist lineup that is featured, it has quickly made the bucket list as a top touring destination for many music enthusiasts the world over.   In Austin, the degrees of separation between musicians and non-musicians are thin indeed and the levels of creative artistry in its most expressive, innovative forms are at their finest.  May it ever be known, Austin is indeed a groovy, bluesy city! Yet, another rising scene in Austin that is worthy of note is the ever-popular, food scene.   With food trucks numbering in the hundreds and restaurants on nearly every corner, […]

Pre-fixes and Pie – A Guide to Thanksgiving in NYC

by Foods of NY Staff @ Foods of NY Tours

Are you coming to NYC for the Thanksgiving holiday? We think that's a great idea! The parade, the Central Park fall foliage, the FOOD! Below are some of our top picks for Thanksgiving Day feasts - mostly pre-fixe menus with one takeout option thrown in (mess-free, stress-free holiday!). Need to bring something to a [...]

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José Mendín Named One Of The “sexiest Male Chefs In America 2017” By People Magazine

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

In Tandem with the Magazine’s Annual Sexiest Man Alive Issue Who/What: On the heels of opening his ambitious new restaurant concept, Habitat at 1 Hotel South Beach, Chef José Mendín has been selected as the only South Florida chef in People Magazine’s “Sexiest Male Chefs in America 2017.” In recent years, celebrated Chef/Restaurateur José Mendín […]

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Partner Program of the Quarter: Oct – Dec 2017

by EFN @ Emergency Food Network

Nourish/EFN Mobile Food Bank   For the past 6 years, the Nourish/EFN Mobile Food Bank has distributed food directly to areas in Pierce County where accessing food by our neighbors in need has been a challenge. These are areas where … Continue reading

Get caught up in the Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s latest exhibit

by Philippa Boyes @ Repair the World

This article originally appeared in Trib Live on January 12, 2018. By Mary Pickels “Repair the World,” 6:30-9 p.m. April 11. Dinner […]

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Take the ultimate HGTV/Food Network tour - Southern Thing

Take the ultimate HGTV/Food Network tour - Southern Thing


Southern Thing

Love HGTV and Food Network? Then you're going to love this road trip.

WHAT I ATE: Pappardelle Pasta w/ Vermont veal ragu

by Amy Bandolik @ Foods of NY Tours

WHAT I ATE: Pappardelle with Vermont veal ragu and grana padano cheese WHY IT'S GREAT: A hearty, flavorful sauce peppered with tasty veal morsels coats wide, flat pasta. A perfect balance in one bite. WHAT'S ON THE MENU: The veal ragu was so rich, but with a melt-in-your-mouth quality that made me go in search of more and more tasty veal morsels [...]

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With GDPR looming, DSPs are under pressure to adapt

by Ross Benes @ Digiday

With the GDPR being enforced in May, DSPs will need to figure out how to target users without relying on personal data.

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J. Wakefield Brewing Announces New Name and Independents-Only Format for WakeFest 2018

by debbie stoeva @ Miami Culinary Tours

Limited number of VIP bottle package tickets go on sale in the taproom on Monday, November 27th WakeFest 2018 will take place at Mana Wynwood on Saturday, February 17th from noon to 6:00 p.m. The third-year event will also have a new name, WakeFest Invitational. For the first time in the event’s history, only independently-owned […]

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Austin Food Tours The Best Eats in Austin

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

In a recent Travel and Leisure article, Austin ranked # 12 as a top food city in the country, ranking just behind New York at # 10 and Houston at # 1 but out-pacing that of Chicago at # 13, New Orleans at # 15, San Francisco at # 19 and Seattle at # 20 (source). In December of 2014, Austin ranked # 6 in the country but was # 1 in the Lonestar State (source).   America and the world over for the matter was recently made aware of Austin’s place as a foremost contender for top food city entitlement when one of its own, Master Chef Paul Qui was […]

Austin Food Tours Austin Texas Visitor Center

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

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Open Farm Days a Success – More to come in 2015!

by OFN team @ Open Food Network

We ran our first three Open Farm Days 9-17 May:  2 Food Hubs, 7 farms and over 50 participants traversing their transparent supply chains! Open Food Network will be supporting more Open Farm Days in 2015 – watch this space!Thank you Grow Lightly Food Hub and South East Food Hub, Paul Miragliotta from Days Walk Farm, […]

9 Things You Didn't Know About 'Chopped'

9 Things You Didn't Know About 'Chopped'


Thrillist

And as a two-time "Chopped" standby, I know more than most.

Italy: A guest blog post

by Kristi Martin @ Feast Food Tours

I was recently honored to be able to join my husband on a Gita Sporting Goods retailer trip to Italy!  While there, I was updating the FEAST Food Tours Instagram account and Facebook page with images and accounts of the trip’s culinary adventures.  Our host asked me to be a guest writer for their blog upon our…

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Food Network Studio Tours No Longer Available

Food Network Studio Tours No Longer Available


The Spruce

The Food Network, located in Chelsea Market in New York, no longer gives tours, but interested visitors can visit many gourmet shops.

Volunteers of the Quarter: Oct – Dec 2017

by EFN @ Emergency Food Network

We are thrilled to bring in the New Year by highlighting two exceptional groups that have gone above-and-beyond in their volunteer service!    Gordon Thomas Honeywell   There are numerous ways to get involved at EFN and Gordon Thomas Honeywell … Continue reading

DREAM DECORATOR

by Eddie Ross @ Eddie Ross

Round Top’s Marburger Farm is one of those shows where decorators meet dealers in manicured booths, furnish houses on the fly, and then load up their trucks in a precarious game of Texas-style Tetris—all before noon. I’ve made three trips to Marburger: years ago, I led a guided flea market tour; later, I shopped it […]

Austin Music

by foodietours @ Austin Food Tours and Private Tours

    Ever wonder why Austin is known as the Live Music Capital of the World ®? The slogan became official in 1991, after it was discovered that Austin had more live music venues per capita than anywhere else in the nation. Listen closely and you’ll hear the sounds of more than 1,900 bands and performing artists living in and around our city. From blues to indie rock, country to jazz, rock en español and more, Austin’s nearly 200 live music venues mean you can catch a show any day, at almost any time. Austin is also home to some of the largest music events and festivals in the world, […]

Mediterranean Lifestyle

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

January is all about fresh starts. Whose resolutions haven’t included eating better, exercising more, quitting smoking, or participating in more cultural activities? My resolution is to adopt Italy’s Mediterranean lifestyle. Italians have long been envied for their rich, celebratory lifestyle, but it’s the simple elements of well-being in lifestyle and diet that have made their culture one of the healthiest and most respected. ... [Read More]

How retailers can use geospatial data to predict consumer behavior

by Dstillery @ Digiday

To compete with Amazon, retails will need data that can help them make predictions that drive sales. Geospatial data offers location, plus the context retailers need to make decisions. Sponsored by Dstillery.

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More of My Collections on QVC for 2018

by Martha Stewart @ The Martha Stewart Blog

My collections on QVC continue to do so well! Please tune in this weekend for my first appearances of the new year! Tonight at 8pm ET, I will [&hellip...

Food Justice interview: Oran Hesterman of Fair Food Network | Repair the World

Food Justice interview: Oran Hesterman of Fair Food Network | Repair the World


Repair the World

This fall, Repair the World is building a movement to Inspire Service, focusing on the critical issue of food justice in conjunction with Hunger Action Mon

Food Network Studios, Chelsea Market and a Museum Tour

Food Network Studios, Chelsea Market and a Museum Tour


Meaghan Taylor O'Connor

Wow!I have yet to catch my breath. Today was another INCREDIBLE day. Remember that exciting news I was getting ready to tell you about? Well, it happened today! I was invited on a real TV set this …

Webinar 9pm AEST Tues 23 June

Webinar 9pm AEST Tues 23 June

by Serenity Hill @ Open Food Network

WEBINAR 9pm AEST 23 June [Update: Recording now available]! Open Food Network friends from across the world attended a webinar to hear about the nuts and bolts of V.1 OFN. Check it out here! 9:00pm to 9:05: Introduction to Open Food Network 9:05 to 9:40: Intro to High-Level Feature Sets of OFN The Basics User and Enterprise […]

☼ TONGUE SEDUCTION IN BARCELONA ☼

by admin @ Hawaii Food Tours®

“Eat Barcelona” is my latest catch-phrase. No foodie would argue with me on this. Nor would any night-owl type who happens to love food & drink. Dinnertime here often doesn’t even get going until 9, maybe 10pm. There have been plenty of nights (after a particularly active day of sight-seeing) when we don’t sit down […]

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Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival | February 21-25, 2018

Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival | February 21-25, 2018


Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival is a national, star-studded, five-day destination event showcasing the talents of the world’s most renowned wine and spirits producers, chefs and culinary personalities.

How to Keep Your Burger Buns Dry

by Mr. Brown @ ALTON BROWN

Since mayo and ripe avocado are mostly fats and therefore hydrophobic, spreading a thin layer of it on the bottom bun will prevent the bread from being soaked by burger juice. And they taste good to boot.

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Our Brooklyn Chocolate Tour Celebrates its First Anniversary

by Allison James @ A Slice of Brooklyn

Hey chocoholics! Can you believe it's been a whole year since we launched our Brooklyn Chocolate Tour?! We've always wanted to show people like you what an incredible chocolate scene Brooklyn has and so far it's been a success. Delicious chocolate is one thing, but delicious chocolate made in Brooklyn? There's nothing like it! This

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