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White Hart Inn Brings Classic British Cuisine to Connecticut

May 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Steve Mirsky

Although a fixture in Connecticut’s Northwest corner for over 200 years, the White Hart Inn has evolved from prior notable owners, like Edsel Ford (an alumnus of nearby Hotchkiss School) and tea maker John Harney who got his start crafting blends in the inn’s basement. As much as the hotel has changed over the years, one constant is that the bar and restaurant both continue to serve as gathering places for NYC weekenders, parents visiting their children at nearby boarding schools, and locals connecting over their favorite libations. And Chef Annie Wayte hasn’t missed a beat.

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Napaís Atlas Social Chef On Food Trends and Who Would Play Him in a Movie (Plus a Recipe!)

May 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

After a recent, mind-blowing meal at Napa gastropub newbie, Atlas Social (the latest offering from local restaurateur tag team, Michael Gyetvan and his wife, Christina), I knew I had to score an interview with Chef Nick Ritchie. Ritchie totally knocked my Manolo Blahniks off with his innovative menu that offers many “they may be small, but they’re packing humongous flavor” plates.

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One&Only Palmilla Unveils Wealth of New Eateries Including a Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten Restaurant

May 11, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

You shouldn’t read any further if you’re hungry, because these food photos will definitely spark a ravenous feeding craze that you can thank One&Only Palmilla for. Having just reopened their location in Los Cabos after closing for post-hurricane renovations, the luxury resort is offering guests an updated wealth of farm-to-table culinary experiences in a variety of restaurants. 

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Omni Resortís New 2,500-Sq.Ft. Herb Garden May Soon be the Envy of Scottsdaleís Top Chefs

May 7, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Scottsdale’s Omni Resort & Spa in Montelucia is pretty excited about their new 4,000-square-foot Chef’s Kitchen and Herb Garden. Which makes sense, since it will enable Executive Chef Michael Cairns and Chef de Cuisine Tom Vykulil to offer guests the freshest of produce. Not only will the garden provide ingredients for the entire resort, including their flagship restaurant Prado, the new kitchen space will also be home to various epicurean events

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Spice Up Your Cinco de Mayo Celebration in a Flash With These 4 Los Cabos-Style Recipes

May 5, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

The best place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo is, of course, at one of Mexico’s unbeatable beach resorts with a feast, a fiesta, and fireworks adding bright colors to the starry sky. Unfortunately, everyone can’t jet to paradise for the festivities, so your amigos at the ocean-front resort Hacienda Encantada on "Millionaire's Row" in Los Cabos decided to share a taste of their hospitality with some easy recipes from their team of culinary masters. 

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Win Over Anyone's Heart With These Warm Lemon-Glazed Blueberry Scones

May 4, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Our grandmothers always told us that the fastest way to a man’s heart is through food, but that’s not entirely accurate, because the fastest way to anyone’s heart is through food. What would please you more, a trinket you’ll probably just return or homemade lemon-glazed blueberry scones to warm your belly in the morning? Exactly. 

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The Hermosa Innís Cavernous Dining Experience Brings Castle Living to Scottsdale

May 1, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It may be accidental (doubtful), but The Hermosa Inn’s new underground dining experience looks like a yummy nod to Game of Thrones' Westeros with its cavernous setting. As part of LON’s at the Hermosa, the newly opened dining space features a brick floor that contrasts with rock walls, while medieval furniture accented with red velvet cushions bring castles and dragons to mind. The small space is actually the restaurant’s wine cellar, but from now to September, it is a neat little hidden space for Scottsdale locals and visitors. 

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Flip Your Stack Over These Famous Lemon Ricotta Hotcakes from Four Seasons New York

Apr 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Much has changed at the Four Seasons New York since the property opened in 1993, but one thing returning guests insist remain the same is a very special menu item: the Lemon Ricotta Hotcakes at The Garden restaurant. It’s the Midtown Manhattan hotel’s bestselling item and stands as a heralded staple of their clientele’s power breakfasts. In fact, some devoted fans return to restaurant for these tasty pancakes on a daily basis. 

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Sweetgreen Goes Healthy By Only Serving Farm-Fresh Cuisine at the Music Festival

Apr 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It seems like each year puts a new music festival on our radars, events that give both an alternative and an accompaniment to the majors, like Coachella. The sweetlife festival in Columbia, MD—less than an hour drive from Washington DC—takes place May 30-31 and is put on by sweetgreen, a culinary lifestyle brand that dedicates itself to connecting the community with farmers and growers.

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Air France Debuts New Star Chef Guy Martin Menu For La Première Fliers

Apr 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Air France La Première customers may be noticing that their flights have gotten a little more Parisian lately and that's because the airline brought on star chef Guy Martin to design new signature dishes. Running through May, the new menu includes a starter and five dishes.

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Julia Child and Kurt Russell Make a Splash at Bacara Resortís Food and Wine Weekend

Apr 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

Although Julia Child is no longer with us, her spirit is alive and cooking. Besides the film Julie and Julia, there is probably no finer tribute to her memory and culinary contribution than that of the annual Bacara Resort’s Santa Barbara Food and Wine Weekend. After all, Julia chose to live out her final years in the area and, as we and many others can attest, she was a regular at the Saturday Farmers’ Market and her favorite neighborhood restaurants. 

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Six Tasty Reasons to Explore Maltaís Historically Diverse Cuisine

Apr 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Found in the Mediterranean, Malta is packed full of centuries-old historical and cultural diversity. As one of the smallest countries, the island has been used as a naval base for many different powers, from the Romans and Sicilians to the French and British, which means a wide range of cultures have called it home. Plus, with nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites—including seven Megalithic Temples—it's a pretty great spot to put on your travel list. With so much going on, it's no surprise that the Mediterranean island offers cuisine that is every bit as varied as the people who call it home. Here are our picks for the nation’s best restaurants to try.

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Chef Sylvain Desbois Shares Hearty Duck Confit Recipe From St. Regis Mexico City

Apr 14, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Celebrating Executive Chef Sylvain Desbois’ arrival, the St. Regis Mexico City unveiled a new contemporary Mexican menu and concept at Diana, their trademark restaurant. The updated menu reflects Chef Desbois’ background in French cuisine, combining it with fresh ingredients native to Mexico.

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Five S. Pellegrino Young Chef Judges On How to Break Into the Industry in Round Table Video

Apr 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

San Pellegrino recently released a pretty interesting video where they gathered some of today’s best culinary stars to chat about how they broke into the industry. As a way to promote the S. Pellegrino Young Chef 2015 talent search, the Round Table clip—which is the first in a series—brings together Susur Lee (Lee Restaurant), Cory Vitiello (The Harbord Room), Matty Matheson (Parts & Labour), Chuck Ortiz (Acquired Taste), and Sheila Flaherty (wine expert) before they were scheduled to judge a segment of the competition later that day. 

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Here is How to Create This Cover-Worthy Quinoa Salad From The Ranch at Live Oak Cookbook

Apr 9, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

This recipe for Quinoa Salad with Spring Vegetables and Herbs looks so good that The Ranch at Live Oak Cookbook put it on the cover. Published by Rizzoli, the book spills Malibu’s Ranch at Live Oak’s secrets, offering their nutrient-rich, seasonal recipes that will not only fill you up, but make you feel detoxified and healthy. The cookbook is full of dishes for every dietary need, from soy-free to anti-inflammatory, and this bright and colorful quinoa salad is definitely our favorite.  

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