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Award-Winning Clam Chowder From Sanderlings at Seascape Beach Resort

May 31, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

Made with only the freshest, local ingredients, Sanderlings at Seascape Beach Resort in Northern Califonia brings us this classic version of clam chowder. The clams, potatoes and bacon make this a is hearty appetizer that's rich with flavor and award-winning!... Read More

Chef Royden Ellamar Brings Cutting Edge Ideas to Sensi at Bellagio Las Vegas

May 31, 2012  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

Royden Ellamar, executive chef at Sensi, Las Vegas, grew up around food and sustainable food practices, as he was raised in a farming family in Hilo, Hawaii. No matter what chef position he held, he worked with local farmers and food purveyors to bring their produce to the restaurant table.... Read More

Gnekow Family Winery Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich

May 30, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

The ultimate grilled cheese is crisp and crunchy on the outside, gooey and warm on the inside. This grilled cheese courtesy of Gnekow Family Winery uses rich oka cheese, dill pickles and a touch of chipotle pepper to add a little kick to a traditional dish. Cut into little triangles and serve at a gathering to surprise your guests with a twist on an old classic.... Read More

Sheraton Kauai Turns Up the Heat With Chef Leanne Kamekona

May 29, 2012  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

Some of the best culinary advice this local Big Islander ever received was from Executive Chef John Zaner about 20 years ago at the Hawaii Hyatt, Maui when she was just beginning her cooking career. She had decided to further hone her skills she needed to attend the CIA in Hyde Park.... Read More

Rumfire Sirloin Steak Recipe

May 29, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Executive Chef Leanne Kamekona shares the secret behind her delicious RumFire Sirloin, served at the new RumFire Restaurant at the Sheraton Kauai.... Read More

Seared Wild King Salmon Recipe

May 29, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

This pistachio curry crusted salmon, with avocado butter, and cumin vinaigrette comes courtesy of Executive Chef Augustin Saucedo of Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort in San Diego. This light entree is easy to make at home for a family dinner or social event as it presents beautifully to guests.... Read More

Lemon-Caper Grilled Chicken Recipe

May 25, 2012  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

If you're going with grilled chicken for dinner, odds are you're looking to keep the cooking process nice and simple. That's exactly the philosophy behind this lemon chicken recipe: easy, fast, and delicious.... Read More

Exploring a Chef's Journey From Farm to Table in Northern Utah

May 24, 2012  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

The discrete movement from theory to practice sounds like the beginning of a philosophical treatise, not a story on an artisanal food sourcing journey. But the popular, yet still edgy locovore/farm-to-table idea did indeed become real when I went on a food sourcing journey, with Executive Chef John Murcko, from Canyons in Park City Utah.... Read More

Cellar360 Prosciutto & Pears Recipe

May 24, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

This is a simple, yet elegant appetizer featuring ripe pears and thinly sliced prosciutto di Parma. It's a great way to welcome guests to a dinner party and only takes a couple minutes to complete. The vibrant colors will catch the attention of your party goers and have them thinking you were slaving in the kitchen all day.... Read More

Chef's Table by Electrolux Kicks Off at the Cannes Film Festival

May 23, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Having dinner at the chef’s table is a very exclusive and thrilling experience. Guests are actually invited into the restaurant’s kitchen where they watch the chef and his staff meticulously prepare a special menu just for the occasion. Electrolux is opening up this exciting culinary experience to members of the public in some of the best restaurants across Europe.... Read More

Miso-Glazed Broiled Salmon Recipe

May 23, 2012  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Miso is such a prominent flavor, just a little will add a whole new dimension to a dish. This easy salmon recipe takes a little prep, a little waiting, and just 10 minutes in the oven. The Asian flavors blend with the sweet brown sugar and can be paired perfectly with some steamed rice or vegetables like bok choy.... Read More

The Bernardus Lodge Rejuvenates the Renowned Marinus Restaurant

May 21, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

The Bernardus Lodge, located on 26 acres of vineyards and lavender in Carmel Valley and home to the Marinus restaurant, will soon relaunch the renowned establishment to reflect a new era of dining. With the help of New York’s Charlie Akwa design team, Chef Cal Stamenov hopes to match Marinus’ beautiful new interior with an equally refined menu. The classic white linen table clothes and ultra traditional service is being revised to meet new dining trends which lean towards elegant, yet slightly less formal.... Read More

Spicy Kale and Lemon Israeli Couscous

May 18, 2012  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Couscous: the food so nice, they named it twice. Mmmm couscous...it’s such a great ingredient for all sorts of dishes, like this fun little salad I’ve put together. I’ve made several types of couscous salads before, but this one is my favorite. Even with very few ingredients, this dish packs a punch of flavor! It’s a perfect side dish or is great as a quick lunch.... Read More

Marcus Whitman Crater Lake Blue Cheese Crusted Buffalo Tenderloin

May 17, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

Buffalo is increasingly popular as a low-fat source of protein. This sophisticated recipe from the elegant Marcus Whitman Hotel pairs it with roasted baby beets, grits and wild mushroom and short rib ragout.... Read More

Richard Sandoval Restaurants Celebrate 15 Years With New Menu at Zengo

May 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

The world-renowned chef has something to celebrate: the 15th anniversary of Richard Sandoval Restaurants. With locations across the globe including Denver, Las Vegas, NYC, Santa Monica, Washington DC, Mexico, Dubai and Qatar, the celebration is truly a world-wide experience. Blending the distinct Latin-inspired foods with Asian influences through the month of June at Sandoval’s Zengo, Richard Sandoval Restaurants are offering a fantastic new menu, Test Kitchen: Hanoi-Havana.... Read More

Four Seasons Plays Michelin Starring Role in Hong Kong and Macau

May 14, 2012  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

During an incomparable eating tour in China recently, I was more than happy to "double-down" for back to back dining experiences at the Michelin two- star restaurant, Zi Yat Heen, at the Four Seasons Macau, followed by lunch at Hong Kong’s Four Seasons restaurant, Lung King Heen.... Read More

Healthy Chicken and Quinoa Salad with Radicchio

May 11, 2012  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Crunchy and slightly bitter, this easy salad is a healthy and tasty dish to make for dinner or the night before for lunch the next day. In fact, as the acid in the dressing softens the radicchio, the flavors meld together overnight and make the salad even better than it was the before.... Read More

World's Highest Restaurants | Where Will One World Trade Center Fit In?

May 10, 2012  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

With One World Trade Center taking over as the tallest building in New York City this week, it seems only appropriate to take a look at the other skyscrapers that top the list of the tallest in the world — and consider their dining options.... Read More

James Beard Foundation VP Talks Exciting New Category at 25th Annual Awards

May 8, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Celebrity chef Alton Brown hosted the 2012 James Beard Awards, which marked the celebrated Foundation’s 25th anniversary. The much anticipated annual event took place on Monday, May 7th at the Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. As always, the gala featured the world’s most revered culinary talents as well as those who have both contributed and most influenced the gastronomic industry. However, this year is also ushering in a season of change.... Read More

California Chefs Fight Ban on Foie Gras

May 7, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

In response to an imminent ban on the serving of foie gras in California, according to an article by The San Diego Union-Tribune, a group of about 100 famous chefs have been joined by some of San Diego’s own to fight lawmaker’s attempts to illegalize the delicacy.... Read More

A Mile-High Wine Tasting Experience on Board Air France

May 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

France is one of, if not the, most famous wine-making countries in the world with vintages that fetch some of the globe’s highest prices. So while on a trip from the U.S. to Paris aboard Air France, we decided to try some of the grands vins the airline pours for its premium passengers.... Read More

Sweet & Spicy | Stolichnaya® Vodka Releases New Flavors

May 2, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Springtime in New York will bring a wave of warmth as premium vodka brand Stolichnaya® celebrates its 50th anniversary with a few new twists on old favorites. For half a century the brand has been creating high end liquor with unique flavors, and the company’s dedication to quality and crisp taste has consistently set Stolichnaya® ahead of the pack.... Read More

The Surprisingly Spicy Origin of Paprika

May 2, 2012  |   Contributor: Ray Pearson

I was recently asked to review five different smoked and non-smoked paprikas made in Washington State. I beg your pardon? There’s more than one paprika? Smoked and non-smoked? Shouldn’t that have been “made in Hungary," instead of Washington?... Read More

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