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Get VIP Access to the St. Regis Polo Cup in Sonoma Valley On September 20

Aug 27, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

On September 20, 2014, Wild Oak Saddle Club in Sonoma Valley will play host to riders, horses and guests of the first St. Regis Polo Cup which will be supporting Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center. The facility allows children and adults with disabilities to interact with and ride horses as therapeutic healing.

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Grilling Tips From Essential New York Times Grilling Cookbook Author to Get You Through Labor Day Weekend

Aug 26, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Peter Kaminsky is an award-winning chef and the author of The Essential New York Times Grilling Cookbook, which compiles the best recipes and tips from the past 100 years of New York Times articles—meaning that he certainly knows how to get the most from a barbeque. Lucky for us, he was kind enough to share some of his most valuable grilling tips so we can rule Labor Day weekend BBQ scene. Ever wondered why you should be using charcoal or pondered over the importance of using a thermometer instead of winging it? He's got your answers, as well as some upcoming recipes that showcase his advice—they're also designed to be paired with Terrazas des los Andes wines, which go well with smoky, charred flavors.

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Food Network Star Justin Warner Breaks Down His 6 Favorite Burgers for Labor Day

Aug 25, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

We've given you plenty of recipes from Food Network star Justin Warner, who came up with fantastic dishes to pair with the Robert Mondavi Private Selection, and now we have six cool burger recipes for Labor Day weekend. Instead of just going the standard beef route, Justin covers all the bases (from a veggie option to bison and venison) and gives you a step-by-step look at his favorite six burgers. Each dish is broken down by protein, mix-ins, toppings, and condiments, showing you how easy it can be to blow your friends and family away at your next barbeque. 

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Chef Richard Blais is Over Bacon, Into Furry Felines & All About Marathons in Our Q&A

Aug 22, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

In March we introduced you to Junper & Ivy, the Little Italy restaurant opened by Top Chef All Stars' winner Richard Blais. Recently the studly chef (c’mon, look at that smile) took the time to become our best friend participate in a little Q&A in order for us to get to know him a little bit better. Opening up about his wife, food trend predictions for 2015 and cats (of all things), the American chef, reality show contestant, restaurateur and author gave us a glimpse into his life and made us love him that much more.

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Need a Gift Idea? How About a Private Dinner in the Tower of London While Surrounded by 12,000 Diamonds?

Aug 15, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Any history fan will know that the Tower of London is a pretty fascinating place,  especially the Martin Tower (or Jewel Tower)—which is just one of the 21 towers found in the building. The tower used to be the home of the Crown Jewels—which Colonel Thomas Blood tried to famously steal in May 1671—and was even used as a prison for a little while, but now holds an exhibition called Crowns and Diamonds

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Learn How to Cook Italian Campania-Style Cuisine at Quattro Passi's New Bespoke Cookery School

Aug 12, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Cooking is one of our favorite pastimes and we're always looking for new dishes to try out. But just because we enjoy cooking doesn't mean we know all there is to know—far from it—so sometimes we like to join in on a fun cooking class and Quattro Passi's Cookery School in Italy is definitely on our list. The two Michelin-starred restaurant, owned and run by Antonio Mellino, is known for its deliciously authentic Campania cuisine and that's exactly what their cooking courses are designed to teach.

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Executive Chef Milton Rebello Dishes On Culinary Tattoos, Cooking for Royalty, & Exciting Cooking Trends

Aug 12, 2014  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

Not too long ago I was invited to join some other journalists to train with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the Royal Canadian Mountain Police (RCMP) Academy in Regina—a once in a lifetime opportunity. This was one of the hardest 24 hours of my life, however the pain quickly faded since our valiant efforts were rewarded with a stay at the historic Hotel Saskatchewan Radisson Plaza, one of Canada's grand railway hotels.

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Celebrate National Root Beer Float Day With These 6 Delectable Recipes

Aug 6, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

If you were looking for an excuse to eat ice cream all day, you're in luck because it's National Root Beer Day! Sure, every day seems to be dedicated to some sort of food or drink, but root beer floats are always a cause for celebration. Plus, they also happen to be super tasty with some added alcohol; just be careful with the type you add, because some won't taste so great…like rum. 

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Michelin-Starred Chef Brings Siphon Emulsion to France's Restaurant Thierry Drapeau

Aug 6, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

You'll find Restaurant Thierry Drapeau nestled among flowering fields, old stone, chateau-like outbuildings and a small lake with water lilies in the Vendée region of Pays de la Loire in France. As if the location wasn't enough to get bookings, the establishment also boasts a pretty great esthetic—with whitewashed walls, bare rafters and wood windowpanes contrasting with the shiny chrome lamps hanging above every table—and just so happens to be run by two-star Michelin chef Thierry Drapeau.

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Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane at FIX Restaurant & Bar Inside Bellagio Las Vegas

Aug 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

I recently went to Las Vegas for a girl’s weekend getaway. And upon return, friends kept asking what the best part of the trip was. I’m a little embarrassed to say that it was the food, only because we had amazing accommodations, enjoyed our fair share of poolside libations and ended our nights dancing in the city’s best clubs. Yet, those things will always be a part of the Vegas experience.

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3 Sites to Find Private In-Home Chefs to Cook Italian Dinners in NYC

Jul 18, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Even if you're the kind of person who truly enjoys whipping up a fresh batch of your favorite pasta, much can be said about the leisure and luxury of having a chef come to your home to prepare an Italian feast. Similarly, if you expect the highest quality cookery from New York's best chefs but don't have the time or energy to fight traffic or wait for a table (even when reservations have been made), nothing can compare to the presence of a personal chef doing the shopping, preparation, serving and cleanup for some hearty Italian fare.

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3 Country Culinary Experiences With Serious Altitude

Jul 17, 2014  |   Contributor: Roger Sands

The mountains of upstate New York and New England have plenty of country restaurants, many of which offer innovative culinary options, but we're only singling out a choice few—three to be exact. These establishments go beyond having a creative menu, knowing that a restaurant also needs a variety of exemplary wines and a unique ambience to really exemplify fine dining. 

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Explore Vancouver Through These 3 Unique Foodie Finds

Jul 15, 2014  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

Vancouver is full of diverse foodie options and considering it's one of Canada's most culturally diverse cities, it really shouldn't be a surprise that there are a ton of exciting restaurants there to try out.

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Four Fantastic New Nordic Restaurants You Haven’t Heard Of…Yet

Jul 10, 2014  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

For the past several years, the countries of Northern Europe have dominated the world culinary stage with a revolutionary style of food that utilizes both the bounty of the sea and foraged ingredients in ingenious new combinations and preparations. Dubbed New Nordic cuisine, this style’s impact can be felt the world round as more and more restaurants are sourcing products right from their own backyards.

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First Look: The New Kettner Exchange Eatery in Little Italy Slated to Open This Fall

Jul 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Rooftop restaurants and bars in San Diego are a sacred part of our culture. Because of our (almost) year-round warm, sunny weather, any time we can escape to enjoy tasty food and drinks al fresco, we’re there. So you can imagine our excitement to hear about the latest project from restaurateur Matt Spencer (FIREHOUSE American Eatery & Lounge, Vin De Syrah, Analog) and partner Tyler Charman, a Progressive American restaurant in Little Italy with a spacious rooftop bar.

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