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Chef Nancy Silverton Offers Seasonal Dishes at The Barish

Sep 21, 2021  |   Contributor: shaena engle

Stepping into the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel always makes me feel like I’ve time travelled back to the glitzy glamorous days of Tinseltown.

Home to the first Academy Award reception, the legendary hotel oozes an old Hollywood vibe. Re

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Australia’s Grape to Glass Field of Dreams: Clare Valley Gourmet Week

Jun 3, 2021  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

Australia is indisputably one of the top producers of new world wines. Since the late 1800s, immigrants from Europe brought their way of life and love of food and wine to this island continent in the far reaches of the globe. In the highlands two

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Meet Rachel Barrie, Scotland's First Lady of Whisky

Jun 30, 2020  |   Contributor: Keri Bridgwater

One of only a handful of female Master Blenders in the world, Rachel Barrie has developed award-winning whiskies for some of the biggest names in the business. In 2017, she joined the Brown-Forman family to create portfolios at BenRiach, GlenDrona

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Michelin Quality Chinese in Hong Kong's Wan Chi Region

Jul 22, 2019  |   Contributor: Gabe Greenberg

Hong Kong offers so much for visitors and locals alike. From the duty-free shopping scene that provides every luxury brand one might ever desire to the vast list of top-notch restaurants with flavors from all over the globe, Hong Kong is by far on

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Superbia Summer at Unico 20º 87º Brings Mixology and Michelin Stars to Mexico's Riviera Maya

May 22, 2019  |   Contributor: Quentin Smith

As one of the world’s most buzzed-about 5 star, all-inclusive resorts, UNICO 20°87° in Mexico's beautiful Riviera Maya, has raised the standard and exceeded expectations for all-inclusive fine dining. Since opening

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In Good Taste: Chef David Toutain Curates a Unique Culinary Experience in Paris

Dec 21, 2018  |   Contributor: Quentin Smith

Since opening in December of 2013, Restaurant David Toutain has remained one of the most innovative and talked about restaurants to establish itself on the highly competitive Paris dining scene. Tucked away behind a minimal and unassuming storefro

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Eat, Drink and be Merry: The Langham London Creates Festive Food Experiences for the Holidays

Dec 20, 2018  |   Contributor: Quentin Smith

When it comes to the holidays, there are few cities in the world more merry and bright than London. Famous for its mirthful holiday traditions, the English capital knows how to add a bit of pomp to every circumstance and The Langham London ho

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The Peninsula Chicago Opens New Globally Inspired Rooftop Lounge, Z Bar

Jul 19, 2018  |   Contributor: Alyssa Kuhlman

Z Bar, the globally inspired rooftop destination at The Peninsula Chicago, is now open, presenting an unrivaled mix of flavors, sights and soun

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Holiday Baking Championship Contestant Maeve Rochford Gives Us the Scoop On What TV Competitions Are Really Like

Nov 10, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship is our newest obsession and now that its second episode has aired, we’ve definitely found our favorite contestant. In its second season, the holiday-themed show brings 10 bakers (both professional and casual) together to compete for the $50,000 grand prize. While all the competitors are definitely talented, Maeve Rochford is the one who has caught our eye.  

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Cook Like a Pro with this At-Home Bluetooth Sous Vide Precision Cooker

May 26, 2017  |   Contributor: Lindy Contorelli

Make insanely easy and professional sous vide dishes at home with the new Anova Culinary Bluetooth Sous Vide Precision Cooker.

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Learn How to Craft The Perfect Cheese Board

Jun 20, 2016  |   Contributor: Jackie Bryant

Summer is finally here, which means it’s time to think about entertaining. Setting the tone is crucial to having the ultimate warm weather soireé, so you’ll have to think about more than just what you’re serving for dinner. Your guests will likely arrive to the party hungry, which makes cheese the perfect appetizer to serve alongside a cold, crisp white wine or rosé. To find out how to craft the perfect summer cheese board, JustLuxe spoke to Brent Delman, also known as The Cheese Guy, a Westchester, New York-based cheesemonger who produces over 25 vegetarian, artisan, family farm-run, kosher and organic cheeses. All cheeses from The Cheese Guy are made on small farms and creameries in the Unite... Read More

How to Bake a Cake Inside an Ostrich Egg (Because Easter!)

Mar 21, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Remember those little plastic Easter eggs your parents used to fill with goodies? Well, the Regent Taipei has taken that concept and blown it away with their unique cake-filled ostrich egg. Available at the hotel from March 25 to April 5, the one-of-kind treat is made by filling the large egg with fine cake batter and then carefully baking.

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From Dishwasher to the James Beard House: Chef Andy Blanton

Mar 17, 2016  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

Andy Blanton got the “cooking bug” while working as a dishwasher when he was 15. From there he went on to graduate from the Culinary Arts Institute of Louisiana in Baton Rouge. Eager to explore his Cajun culinary roots, Blanton has worked at the renowned Commanders Palace in New Orleans and Brigtsen’s Restaurant, where he cooked under the acclaimed James Beard award-winning chef: Frank Brigtsen.

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Nordic Cuisine Hits Its Stride

Mar 8, 2016  |   Contributor: Todd Jatras

Scandinavian cuisine has undergone a complete transformation in less than a decade, with the dull and uninspiring fare of old replaced by what’s become the talk of the culinary world. The Michelin Guide has taken note, giving the region’s first three-star ranking to two restaurants, Copenhagen’s Geranium and Oslo’s Maaemo.

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Meet the Farmer Behind Your Favorite Michelin-Starred Menus

Feb 19, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Eating at a Michelin-starred restaurant means food that not only tastes amazing, but looks it too. Plates are decorated with tiny vegetables in colors you didn’t know existed in nature, boasting award-winning flavors that surprise the palate. It should come as no surprise that chefs don’t source this type of produce from the same grocery store you buy lettuce from, instead they get it straight from Chef’s Garden in Huron, Ohio.

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