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Whet Your Appetite for the Los Angeles Taste Foodie Event on the Paramount Backlot

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By: Vicki Arkoffcomments 0 | 2015
Southern California’s biggest Labor Day food event is getting ready to pop. The Taste will command center stage at Hollywood’s Paramount Pictures studio backlot for three gluttonous days (September 4-6) to serve up the best of the Los...

Credible or Snobby? Is There Anything to Do About the 1855 Wine Classification?

By: Alexander Westgarthcomments 0 | 2015
Many wine collectors, historians and oenophiles admit that the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 has been under attack since…well, 1855. Driven by the ambitions of Emperor Napoleon III to champion and showcase fine French...

Wine for Beginners: Perfect These Terms and Taste Like a Pro!

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By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2015
Learning the language of wine may be much more complicated than one may think. While some tasting phrases may be self-explanatory, like dry or fresh, others sound so bizarre that it’s hard to even make a guess as to what they mean. Of course,...

From Smoked Puffin Breast to Whale Pepper Steak: 4 Must-Try Reykjavik Restaurants

Kolabrautin: rabbit-filled ravioli with baby carrot and sea buc
By: Sean Hillencomments 0 | 2015
While Reykjavik is renowned for its gorgeous landscapes and relaxing thermal baths, its diverse cuisine also makes for an excellent reason to visit. After checking out some of the best culinary experiences the city has to offer, we picked out...

If You Spot Celebrity Chef Mario Batali in His Summer Hideout, Introduce Yourself! Chef's Orders

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By: Michael Patrick Shielscomments 0 | 2015
Award-winning celebrity chef Mario Batali is an entrepreneur of eating. In addition to managing restaurants around the world and creating giant “Eataly” markets in New York and Chicago, he’s an Italian culinary...

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The Aervana Wine Aerator Leaves Sediment in the Bottle Where it Belongs

By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2015
Any wine connoisseur knows that one cannot just simply drink wine right after popping the cork; you have to let it breathe—unless you have an aerator, that is. Dissatisfied with what he found on the market, Louis J. Christen III founded...


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Aphrodisiacs 101: Whale Poop Might Make You Randy But Almost Certain Death Might Not Be Worth It

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By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2015
Everyone knows that chocolate and oysters are supposed to spark romantic passion, but whether or not they actually do anything is tough to say. Oftentimes, the aphrodisiac-like qualities have little to do with the chemical makeup of the food itself,...

The Luxury 2015 "Cuisine Scene" "Fishful Thinking"

Luxe Gourmets
By: Luxe Gourmetscomments 0 | 2015
"Jus de chaussettes" ...In France, this used to be the slang phrase for American drip coffee, (it literally means "sock juice"). But when Seattle ushered in the gourmet coffee boom in the 1990s, creating a universal...

Tempo Dulu Brings Sophisticated New York Standards to Portland's Gourmet Asian Cuisine Scene

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By: Jared Paul Sterncomments 0 | 2015
The restaurant scene in Portland, Maine is one of the hottest in the country, with an incredible number of eateries per capita and an economy that encourages young chefs to be entrepreneurs. While no one could say the cuisine in the seaside city is...

Join Us for a Peek Inside the $100k "Holy Grail" of Wine Cellars Tucked Away in Memphis

Revel Custom Wine Cellars
By: Michael Patrick Shielscomments 0 | 2015
The Holy Grail is the most legendary chalice in history—long sought-after by knights and scholars—and now the “Holy Grail” of wine cellars has been located, and it is in Memphis, Tennessee. The birthplace of the...

Michelin-Starred Chef Julian Serrano Explains His Cicchetti Concept for Lago at the Bellagio

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By: Susan Kimecomments 0 | 2015
Julian Serrano is a James Beard award-winning, Michelin-starred chef known not only in Las Vegas, but worldwide. His Picasso restaurant in the Bellagio has received the AAA Five Diamond Award 13 times and now his Lago establishment (which opened in...

Nothing Goes to Waste in This Lobster Truffle Mac & Cheese Recipe, Including the Shell!

Barton G., Lobster Truffle Mac & Cheese
By: Mila Pantovichcomments 0 | 2015
To celebrate their one-year anniversary, Barton G. LA cracked open their menu and shared the secrets behind one of their most popular dishes, the Lobster Truffle Mac & Cheese. If you haven’t been by this Los Angeles restaurant yet...
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