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Authentic Italian Fare at London's Quaint Trullo Restaurant

May 8, 2013  |   Contributor: Carol Driver

It’s more like a quaint, family-run trattoria that, as a tourist, you’d stumble upon while meandering through the tiny cobbled streets in Italy; rather than a restaurant found on the busy St Paul’s Road in Highbury, London. But that’s all part of Trullo’s appeal.... Read More

The Clifton Inn Mixes Boutique Charm with Esteemed Relais & Châteaux Touches

May 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Karin Leperi

With the smoky Blue Ridge Mountains as a scenic backdrop and rolling verdant hills as a hallmark, it really doesn't get any prettier than the countryside around Charlottesville, Virginia. Thomas Jefferson knew that well when he decided to build and locate Monticello, his beloved neoclassical estate, in the area.... Read More

Sample SoCal Life at The Lodge at Torrey Pines

Apr 19, 2013  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

If it wasn’t for the view of the Pacific Ocean, which is just visible behind the green of the Torrey Pines Golf Course, the rustic, cabin-like appeal of the AAA Five Diamond Lodge at Torrey Pines would lend the impression of having arrived at a mountainside escape. La Jolla’s signature pines, the rarest... Read More

Chef Marc Quinones Tells Us What It's Like to Cook in The Matrix

Apr 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Karin Leperi

It used to be that anyone who found themselves flying to the “Land of Enchantment” (aka New Mexico) would need to travel about an hour northeast of Albuquerque and head to Santa Fe in order to enjoy a sophisticated culinary scene. That is no longer true: Albuquerque is now home to arguably one of the best chefs in the state and at a restaurant that delivers volumes in terms of seductive atmosphere, culinary innovation, salivating taste, as well as the ultimate in professional table service. This is fabulous dining at its absolute best.... Read More

Braised Rabbit Cavatelli Recipe Courtesy of Charlie Palmer's Dry Creek Kitchen

Apr 4, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Easter came a little early this year, falling on March 31, and with it came a plethora of candy and chocolate that probably gave you a stomachache from overindulgence. Now that the holiday is over you can get back into the kitchen, armed with fresh ingredients and a new recipe that is sure to cleanse your palate of all those jelly beans you ate.... Read More

Suttichai Sripolpa Named New Executive Chef at Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Southern California’s largest hotel, the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, has named Suttichai Sripolpa the new executive chef. In his new position, Chef Sripolpa will be in charge of all of the resort's food services, including catering to the menu at Sally’s Seafood on the Water. Executive Chef Suttichai Sripolpa has held previous Executive Chef positions at Hyatt hotels in Dallas, Austin, Las Vegas and La Jolla. “Chef Sripolpa’s diverse experience, passion for food and progressive style complements our standing commitment to providing our guests with the best dining experiences, focusing on local and sustainable ingredients,” said John Schafer, Vice President Managing Director at the 1,625-room hotel on San Diego Bay. “We look forward to him spearheading our distinguished culinary team... Read More

Hops-Infused Brunch Recipes from Samuel Adams & Chef David Burke

Mar 19, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Including craft beer in recipes almost always perks up whoever you're cooking for, especially if it's paired with items like churros and hot chocolate. Whatever the reason, whether it's because you're bored with your routine recipes or because you want to whip up something extra special, these three spring brunch recipes from Samuel Adams and Chef David Burke will fit the bill.... Read More

Linguine With Clams Made Easy Thanks to Westside Market NYC

Mar 18, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  1 Comment

Did you know that March is National Noodle Month? Neither did we, but now that we do, it’s a great excuse to carbo-load on all the pasta we crave. To help with our goal, Maria Zoitas (the creator of "Maria's Homemade" line of prepared food that is exclusively sold at Westside Market NYC) is sharing her delicious recipe for Linguine with Clams. With two dozen clams, garlic, parsley, red pepper, and of course linguine (or spaghetti if preferred), this recipe is pretty easy to make at home — all you really have to do is cook those little clams till they open and throw everything in a pot!... Read More

SoBe Wine & Food Festival Wrapped Up Another Successful Culinary Event

Mar 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Marissa Foglia

The 2013 South Beach Wine and Food Festival was a utopia for thousands of foodies and wine lovers who relentlessly flocked to the pristine sands of South Beach. There, guests enjoyed some of the most delectable bites on the planet, delivered straight from... Read More

San Diego's Best Easter Brunches

Mar 8, 2013  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Easter is early this year, so while we’re still in the beginnings of March it may be time to start making plans for the end of the month. Some of San Diego’s premier restaurants have already released their Easter brunch menus, so if you have family coming into town or you want a place to sport your spring finest, take a look below to see what culinary offerings are to be had around the city.... Read More

Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris Earns its First Michelin Stars

Mar 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Just two years after opening, Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris has been awarded Michelin stars for its restaurants: one for French restaurant La Cuisine, the other for Italian restaurant, Il Carpaccio. Il Carpaccio has the honor of being the only Italian restaurant in Paris to have the prestigious award. “These two stars are a well-deserved recognition for the talent and consistency of Executive Chef Laurent André and his team,” comments Ömer Acar, General Manager, Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris. “We could not be more proud to share their good news. The determination in both kitchens is undoubtedly integral to the success achieved, and this acknowledgement is testament to the team’s passion and commitment.”... Read More

390 Years of Culinary Tradition Fuels CHAYA Brasserie

Mar 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Victor and Mary

Executive Chef Shigefumi Tachibe of CHAYA Brasserie in Beverly Hills was highly honored when the Smithsonian asked to display one of his sushi knives in its collection “Going Global: Los Angeles, 2000 – Fusion Food.” The culinary paintbrush the museum acquired... Read More

Michelin-Starred Chefs Join Food & Wine Event at St. Regis Aspen Resort in March

Feb 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

The St. Regis Aspen Resort Chefs Club by FOOD & WINE has announced a very special event sure to draw food loving adventurers from around the world. In March, the St. Regis Aspen Resort Chefs Club by FOOD & WINE will host appearances by two extraordinary Michelin-starred guest chefs: Chefs Cyril Lignac and Mathieu Pacaud. The visiting Parisian chefs wil each host a select number of dinners at the restaurant to showcase their individual takes on French food. Both chefs culinary efforts will be accompanied by wine pairings by some of the finest French winemakers, chosen by Sommelier LeeAnn Kaufman.... Read More

Sorbet Recipes: Spiced Green Apple and Carrot Lemon Thyme

Feb 12, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

It may be chilly out there but that shouldn't stop you from enjoying cold desserts, especially if you have a fire to curl up in front of. When it comes to something icy, it's hard to beat a bowl of fresh sorbet. Not to be confused with ice cream, sorbets are made without using any dairy, making it a low-fat dessert alternative. Plus, skipping the dairy and whipping process that ice cream needs helps make sorbet super dense and flavorful.... Read More

Bistro Rollin Brings Fresh Dining Approach To Pelham's Food Scene

Feb 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Steve Mirsky

Tucked snugly in a circa 1910 brick storefront just a 5 minutes walk from the train station on Pelham New York’s 5th Ave., Bistro Rollin recently opened to the immediate praises of... Read More

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