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Epic Milkshakes and Fabulous Floats to Cool You Off During Summer Months

Jul 25, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Recent heat wave-induced ponderings brought up the thought: If Cleopatra bathed in milk, why couldn't the modern version be a giant, frozen milkshake bath? Okay, so actually bathing in ice cream probably isn't the best idea—for many obvious reasons—but you can still drink the sweet concoction for all three meals of the day if you want to.

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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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Michael Mina to Host Private Dining Experience at Bellagio Restaurant in Las Vegas

Aug 6, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

We really can’t get enough of exclusive dinners with our favorite chefs because there's really no better way to get an up-close and personal peek at how they do what they do. Plus, it gives you bragging rights for years. Renowned chef Michael Mina is hosting another exclusive wine dinner, but this time it's at his restaurant in Bellagio, Las Vegas. The event is being held on Wednesday, August 20 at 7 p.m. and we can't wait.

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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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The Nesting Habits of Chef Thomas Keller's 11-Piece All-Clad TK Inspiration Cookware Set

Jul 31, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Calling itself the first-ever collection of cookware that is "specifically designed to deliver optimal results for each culinary technique," the All-Clad TK collection just may be what your kitchen needs. Designed with the help of Chef Thomas Keller, each of the 11 hand-crafted pieces were shaped in a way that is "ideally suited to sautéing, making sauces, braising, or steaming, empowering home chefs to cook with control and confidence."

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Infographic: A Look at the World's Most Expensive Foods

Jul 23, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

We all have our favorite Michelin-starred restaurant and indulgent celebratory Champagne, but have you ever wondered what the most expensive foods out there are? We definitely have, which is why this infographic from Finances Online is so fascinating. The image compiles the most luxurious foods into the most expensive day of food you could eat (including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert), coming to a whopping total bill of $95,065!

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Where to Experience True Italian Aperitivos in New York This Summer

Jul 22, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

Time and again, the concept of aperitivo Italiano is directly compared with the American deal-fest that we so lovingly refer to as happy hour. However, there are some striking differences between the two that should be discussed. Taking place primarily in northern Italian cities like Milan and Turin, aperitivo normally happens between 7 and 9 p.m. and serves as a socializing appetizer before Italians enjoy their decidedly late dinners. Though discounted prices aren't at play (those who advertise discounted prices are usually just catering to tourists), they do often come with small tapas-like plates to accompany guests' beverages.

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La Dolce Vita: How to Take a Luxurious Three-Hour Lunch Break in LA

Jul 21, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

Translated into English, la dolce vita stands for "the sweet life," however, as with most colloquialisms, the translation alone is an oversimplification of what it stands for. You see, la dolce vita is an Italian philosophy on living life to the fullest by passionately embracing food, sun, hospitality and relationships.

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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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The Best Italian Festivals in New England

Jul 17, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Whether through firsthand experience or hearsay, anyone even vaguely familiar with Italian culture knows that food and feasts are an incredibly important aspect of Italian social life. Italians first began heavily immigrating to the United States during the late 1800s through the 1930s, in a period referred to as the "New Immigration," and with them they brought over their delicious recipes that many still use today. Celebrating the influence they’ve had on today’s food, a majority of Italian-themed festivals around New England are focused on the country's cuisine. Though it truly is difficult whittling down a selection of the best Italian-centric festivals in an area like New England, our favorites include:

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Authentic Sicilian: 5 Restaurants Dishing Up Some Serious Seafood

Jul 16, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

When you think of Italian food you probably picture heaping piles of spaghetti and plates of steaming lasagna. But with its vast coastline, seafood is a pretty big part of the cuisine as well. And if you live in Los Angeles you're in luck, because there are several great spots that offer some of the best Italian seafood restaurants around. Trust us, you'll want to visit these five establishments immediately.

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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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