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Recreate the Decadent Courtesan au Chocolate Dessert from The Grand Budapest Hotel

Mar 14, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Grand Budapest Hotel is here and it's amazing! Not only does it mark a huge growth for Wes Anderson as a director and writer, the cast is unbelievable (even by Anderson standards) and the intricate plot is held together by delicious pastries. Not even joking a little bit on that last one. 

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Dinner 695 Feet Above the Arabian Gulf Aims to Feed 120,000 Children

Mar 12, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The fine dining scene in the Emirates is about to get a major boost thanks to a special High Table dinner that is being set up on the Burj Al Arab helipad, around 695 feet above the Arabian Gulf. 

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Rockstars Turned Restaurateurs: Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley Roll Out New Rocks & Brews

Mar 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Guess which rock stars co-founded Rock & Brews, a family-friendly brewpub chain? Here's a hint for you: It’s their first foray into the restaurant industry, but they’ve been business moguls for quite a while.

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The Urban Beehive: Where Science Fiction Design Meets Delicious Honey

Feb 26, 2014  |   Contributor: Donald Herrera-Fairbairn

Having a beehive in an apartment doesn't just sound like a bad idea, it sounds downright frightening — at least it used to. Philips has created what they're calling an urban beehive concept that not only collects rich, fresh bee-made honey, but the unit looks super cool; almost like something out of a Neill Blomkamp flick.

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Refresh Your Black Truffle Game With These Recipes From Casa Nonna

Feb 26, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

There's pretty much a truffle for every season, and thankfully you still have some time to enjoy the black winter truffle. However, oftentimes people reuse the same recipe over and over, and may get a little bored shaving them over omelettes and mac-and-cheese.

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Celebrating Our Favorite Valentine's Day Pair: Chocolate & Bubbles

Feb 11, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Despite whatever your initial reaction is, Valentine’s Day is an occasion you shouldn't over-think. Private island jet-aways, 15-course meals, elaborate excursions that take months of planning — these luxury gifts are great any time of the year. But if you're too busy for a long weekend of traveling or you don't like the pre-set Valentine's Day menu at your favorite romantic restaurant, there's a symbolic, classic gift that lets your sweetheart know you care — and keep them sweet on you until you can plan a private holiday. In case you didn't already guess, it's mostly chocolate.

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No-Bake Cabernet-Cherry-Chocolate Cookies That Are Almost Healthy

Feb 7, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

You're probably going to need some wine this Valentine's Day, whether you're in a relationship or not, so why not bake with it? Plus, this cherry chocolate cookie recipe doesn't involve the oven at all, which means you don't have to feel like you'll get sick from eating the raw dough before cooking it.

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"Most Romantic Valentine's Day Dinner Ever" Brings Aphrodisiacs & Michelin-Starred Chef to Your Kitchen For $99k

Feb 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Let's face it, Valentine's Day is stressful. If you’re in a relationship, you have to figure out the most romantic spot for dinner. If you're single, you may be crying over why more men can't be like Mr. Darcy or you're trying to plan an epic

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Rub Elbows With Sommeliers and Top Chefs at Upcoming 18th Annual Nantucket Wine Festival

Jan 23, 2014  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

From May 14-18, oenophiles will flock to a precious island south of Cape Cod for the 18th Annual Nantucket Wine Festival, a growing gathering for the country’s leading chefs, winemakers, and industry experts. The bucolic setting of the quintessential New England summer resort provides the perfect backdrop for a series of high-end events, centered on the Harbor Gala and Grand Tastings hosted at Nantucket’s historic waterfront White Elephant Hotel. 

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Beat the Cold With Alabama Bouillabaisse From the "Best Chef in the South"

Jan 21, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Freezing temperatures have hit the world — well, seemingly everywhere but California — and it's no secret that when it's chilly, people turn to soup. This filling recipe for Alabama Bouillabaisse may fit the bill perfectly, with tons of hearty vegetables and seafood. Plus, it was created by the 2012 winner of James Beard's Best Chef in the South Award, Chef Chris Hastings (who also happens to be in the All-Clad Chef Ambassador Program, meant to inspire creative and adventurous cooking).

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Robert De Niro and Prince Albert Preside Over Opening of New Nobu in Monaco

Jan 20, 2014  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Given that it’s one of the world’s most evocative enclaves of the rich and famous, it’s surprising that Monaco has never had a Nobu. Until now, that is. The other day, celebrity chef and restaurateur Nobuyuki "Nobu" Matsuhisa celebrated the long-awaited opening of his restaurant at the Fairmont Monte Carlo, a four-star “convention resort” located in the heart of the Principality between the Mediterranean Sea and the legendary Casino. 

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Have No Time To Eat Healthy? Maybe Bistro MD Can Help

Jan 17, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

If you’ve been following our New Year’s resolution weight loss articles, chances are you’re doing really well and sticking to your guns while battling that post-holiday flab. If you’re not (or have recently rediscovered the magic of Ghirardelli chocolate) that’s ok—we’re here to help. 

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Breathing New Life into Hospitality: Edgar Vaudeville Brings His International Expertise Stateside

Jan 17, 2014  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

A newcomer to the NYC dining scene, Parisian Edgar Vaudeville has worked with some of the most prestigious and luxurious hotels and esteemed restaurants in the world; from Poland, England, Australia, Thailand, Canada and Malaysia to all over the U.S. — including the famed Bristol Hotel in Paris and the W Doha in Qatar. He has built and expanded global acclaim for his unique ability to launch and revamp an establishment’s image, to grow a fresh celebrity clientele, and to set up restaurants and hotels on rejuvenated paths to success. 

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The London NYC Offers $15,000 Ultimate Super Bowl Viewing Experience

Jan 8, 2014  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern  |  1 Comment

The London NYC, an all-suite luxury hotel in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighborhood and home to Gordon Ramsay’s only New York restaurant, is offering the ultimate Super Bowl Viewing Experience complete with game day food from the famed chef’s own team.

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The Truth About Juicing: How Healthy Are Your New Year's Resolutions?

Jan 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Okay, we get that juicing might not always be the best thing for you, especially if it mostly consists of all those sugary sweet fruits instead of blending down some good ol’ fashioned kale. There are times when it’s more beneficial both in body and mind (and hungry cravings) to just sit down and eat an apple rather than squeeze a whole bushel into juice. 

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