Topics :: fine dining
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By Joel Martens | Tuesday Nov 15, 2011
How many of us know how to properly set our table? See how much YOU know!
Tuesday Nov 1, 2011
"Over the last few years Miami Beach has acquired a collection of famous restaurants and renowned chefs from New York City and abroad," said Director of the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival Lee Brian Schrager.
Friday Oct 28, 2011
"Houston’s vibrant culinary scene is constantly changing, which makes reporting on it both interesting and a challenge - and a danger to the waistline," jokes editor/publisher Teresa Byrne-Dodge.
Tuesday Jul 5, 2011
More than 200 gallons of clam chowder were ladled out to thousands of people at a contest called Chowderfest here on Sunday to determine who makes New England’s signature dish of clams, cream and potatoes the best.
By A. Sebastian Fortino | Friday Jul 1, 2011
To truly enjoy the holiday host an intimate evening for a few friends. Ideally those whose paths you might not cross on the actual holiday, or busy summer. Since you’ll overeat the next day - serve light fare.
By NATALIE RAGUS | Wednesday Jul 28, 2010
On a balmy summer Sunday, Tim Scorer and his girlfriend Emma Jarvis welcome brunch guests to their spacious London flat. After greeting them, the couple direct their visitors to the garden - a stunning space outfitted with a wood-fired oven.
By A. Sebastian Fortino | Thursday Oct 22, 2009
Fond is the example of what the new restaurants opening on Passyunk Avenue should hope to become. It has all the things an excellent, modern dining room should boast: clean, minimal decoration; chefs that venture out of the kitchen to make inquiries of their guest’s happiness; and food that is simply, yet sumptuously prepared.
By Oskar Garcia | Monday Oct 5, 2009
A scrumdidlyumptious showdown in Paris with 19 chocolate chefs would make Willy Wonka himself proud.
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