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The Palm Steakhouse Reopens at One International Place in Boston

Nov 29, 2013  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

When I heard The Palm steakhouse was shutting its doors nearly two years ago and relocating from his Copley Square location to an undisclosed spot, I anxiously awaited its reopening. The new property opened this past spring at One International Place to much fanfare in the Financial District. Not only has the restaurant increased in size but the brand has also refreshed its entire look nationwide with new paper menus, modern uniforms for its wait staff and even contemporary tableware.

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Dip Into The Church Key on Sunset Blvd For Dim Sum Style Bites

Nov 28, 2013  |   Contributor: Victor and Mary

A church key is defined as any type of bottle and/or can opener, cracking open a spirit that leads to splendid experiences—an opening to heaven, if you will. The launch of The Church Key restaurant on Sunset in West Hollywood appears to be on par with its namesake. The airy restaurant and lounge attempts to cover many bases and does so well with its fusion of Californian, Thai, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern foods with a farm-to-table backbone.

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International Journal of Gastronomy & Food Science Looks At Commercialization & Application of Molecular Gastronomy

Nov 22, 2013  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science, which is recognized as the first scientific journal combining gastronomy with science, recently published its second issue. Created by Chef Andoni Aduriz and The Basque Culinary Center, the journal explores scientific approaches to gastronomy, as it strives to merge scientific perspectives with non-science disciplines.

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Tasting Your Way Through The Chef's Table Menu at the New Seasons 52

Nov 22, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

When you live in San Diego, CA, it’s easy to forget that there are four seasons in every year. And while locals enjoy the abundance of sunny days, it’s also nice to be reminded from time-to-time of the benefits that the changing weather means for our produce, meats and seafood. At the newly opened Seasons 52 (the second location in SD) in the Seaport District near downtown, guests are able to enjoy an ever-changing seasonal menu that daily represents the freshest offerings of the moment.

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Chef Brigtsen Shares Insider Cooking Secrets at New Orleans Cooking Experience

Nov 20, 2013  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

After arriving at the New Orleans Cooking Experience (NOCE)​, I knew I was in for a great cooking class when the first words out of Frank Brigtsen's mouth (a fifth-generation NOLA chef and owner of Brigtsen’s Restaurant) were, “Food is about sharing, not about keeping secrets.” 

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Chris Scarduzio is the Atlantic City Boardwalk Chef to Watch

Nov 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Today's celebrity/social media culture spawns many "Facebook chefs" and "TV chefs" who are interested in fame over food, and who tally up social media hits instead of culinary stars. But there still exists another kind who values old-school laws of hospitality more than anything, and who finds the greatest reward in giving customers an unforgettable experience.

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Make the Perfect Pizza in Under 3 Minutes With $6k Kalamazoo Artisan Fire Pizza Oven

Nov 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

There's something about making pizza yourself that always hits all of the right spots. Maybe it's because the toppings and crust thickness are just how you like them, or because you're so proud of yourself for cooking it thoroughly that it could taste terrible and you'd still be proud. 

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Newport Mansions Wine & Food Festival: Celebrated Cuisine in the City by the Sea

Nov 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

Newport, Rode Island is rich in history, architecture and social lore. Its Gilded Age mansions and maritime tradition, anchored by the America’s Cup, is legendary. Now add to that the annual Newport Mansions Wine and Food Festival — featuring Food Network stars and local chefs — and you have an unbeatable recipe for a culinary destination.

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Spend 7 Nights Wining and Dining With Celebrity Cruises' President & CEO

Nov 12, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

It’s not every day that the President and CEO of a cruise line invites you to dinner, let alone a seven-night feast. But on July 26, that is exactly what Michael Bayley has in mind for Captain’s Club Members boarding Celebrity Equinox for a foodie adventure. Departing from Rome, the 2014 President's Cruise will feature a series of events designed for its Celebrity’s Captain’s Club loyalty program members. There will be a number of opportunities to choose from for exquisite dining experiences.

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8 Creative Food Presentations That Are Sure To Fool You

Nov 8, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Have you ever seen a dish that was presented in such an inventive way, you didn't even know it was edible? Well, those unique plates are exactly what this feature is dedicated to. The eight dishes in this gallery deceive the eye and trick the senses. Yes, they’re delicious, but what exactly are they? You’ll have a hard time believing, even after we tell you. 

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The Story Behind Kaufmann Mercantile's Exclusive Black Walnut and White-Tailed Antler Carving Set

Nov 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

For many, the holiday season means turkey and lots of it. Sorry to all the vegetarians out there, but this one isn't for you — not unless you have a massive Tofurkey to cut into. Kaufmann Mercantile's exclusive Black Walnut and Stainless Steel Carving Set will surely do the trick, no matter what you're slicing and dicing.

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Throw a Unique Spin on Pumpkin Soup for Fall

Nov 6, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  1 Comment

Halloween may have passed us by, but that strange little celebration is only a teeny blip on the holiday radar. It's completely socially acceptable for the next couple of months to surround yourself with pumpkin foods, and my stomach couldn't be happier. One of my favorites is a good pumpkin soup and this recipe from Maria Zoitas looks fantastic, bringing in Granny Smith apples and orange juice.

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Eat Your Way Through Maui at Hawaii's Food and Wine Festival

Nov 6, 2013  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

Whether you are planning your first trip or are a loyal repeat visitor to the Aloha State, The Hawaii Food and Wine Festival is yet another reason to stay, eat and continually return to Hawaii. What sets this festival apart from all the rest, making it deserving of your must-do list, is the fact that virtually all of the ingredients served are grown, raised, or caught right there in Hawaii.

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zChocolat Makes the Be All and End All of Luxury Holiday Gift Boxes

Nov 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Who doesn't like chocolate? And, if you know of some people, you definitely should never trust them. For the normal folks in your life, consider giving them a decadent collection from zChocolat — or buy them for yourself.

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Around the World in Spice: A Heatseeker's Journey

Nov 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

The first week of October marked a special milestone for spicy food fans (or “chileheads,” as they call themselves). Number One-ranking spicy food fan site in the country, Eat More Heat, opened a bricks-and-mortar store location in Houston, Texas, and chileheads came from around the country to celebrate and sample.

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