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Regina Varolli

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David Burke: Doing Dessert and Doing Good

Regina Varolli | Posted June 24, 2012

Sitting down to dessert with David Burke is quite an experience. With a boisterous personality and bellowing voice that fill the room, Burke is clearly a larger-than-life guy who knows how to have a good time.
Gerard E. Mullin, M.D.

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Colorize Your Plate!

Gerard E. Mullin, M.D. | Posted June 24, 2012

Colorize your plate! Eat foods with a variety of color. The pigments of plant-based foods help fight disease and help you live a more vibrant life.
Emma Gray

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Sauza Tequila Commercial Uses Hot Fireman And A Kitten To Woo Women

Emma Gray | Posted June 24, 2012

Sauza's tongue-in-cheek tequila commercial is over-the-top in terms of its campy attempt to appeal to women ... and it mostly works.
Greg Voakes

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The Average Taco Bell Customer Visits Taco Bell Every 11 Days (Infographic)

Greg Voakes | Posted June 24, 2012

Taco Bell had an arguably sketchy 2011 fiscal year, frontloaded by an almost devastating lawsuit against the quality of their meat, 2012 seems to be the year of rebound for the brand.
Nil Zacharias

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5 Interesting Facts About Plant-Based Food Choices

Nil Zacharias | Posted June 24, 2012

A national telephone poll revealed the following interesting (and some surprising) details about food choices that vegans, vegetarians and the veg-curious are making.
Dr. Irene S. Levine

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A Cooking Class At Villa Ida In Sorrento

Dr. Irene S. Levine | Posted June 24, 2012

We arrive for our cooking class in Sorrento, Italy, on Pasquetta, the Monday after Easter -- a national holiday celebrated by families throughout Italy. It seems appropriate that today everyone is focused on food and camaraderie.
Small Kitchen College

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Avocado Breakfast Toast

Small Kitchen College | Posted June 24, 2012

One of my favorite things to eat as a light lunch in the summertime is avocado toast. So I decided to repurpose my avocado toast and make a breakfast version, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint!
Amber DeGrace

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Cask Ale Festival at the Historic General Sutter Inn in Lititz, PA

Amber DeGrace | Posted June 24, 2012

This festival was set up to encourage relaxed enjoyment of beer as opposed to rapid consumption.
Honest Cooking

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Norda Bar & Grill: Marcus Samuelsson's Gothenburg Restaurant

Honest Cooking | Posted June 24, 2012

The many flavors and styles blend well, and even if there's no clear path in the kitchen, Norda seems to be mirroring Chef Samuelsson very well.
Daniel Klein

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Herding Goats In The City

Daniel Klein | Posted June 24, 2012

It's not often that you look out your suburban backyard to find a man herding goats, but that is what people in one neighborhood in Louisville experience every day. Burundian refugee Jean-Marie herds goats within the Louisville, Kentucky city limits. He sells them to the growing immigrant and refugee population....
Phil Lempert

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Protein: Not Less, Just Different

Phil Lempert | Posted June 24, 2012

With our typical proteins' prices on the rise, the question is whether, as the culture of our population shifts to a more diverse ethnic mix, will popular protein sources from around the world end up on supermarket shelves?
Menuism

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Cajun vs. Creole: What's The Difference?

Menuism | Posted September 6, 2012

Compared to Louisiana, other states have it easy. Sure, Louisiana is home of the Big Easy, but we are also parents to some of the most precious cuisines in the world.
Edward Schneider

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Copenhagen's Noma Opening Pop-up Restaurant In London During The Olympics

Edward Schneider | Posted June 24, 2012

Awarding gold, silver and bronze medals to restaurants may be a fool's errand given the inevitable subjectivity. But if you're planning to brave the crowds, disruptions and high prices of London during this summer's Olympic Games, you'll want to eat here.
Liz Neumark

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Farewell To A Jewel Of A City (PHOTOS)

Liz Neumark | Posted June 24, 2012

My five days in Prague with the purpose of visiting my daughter, Nell, on her junior semester abroad have been delightful. It is a destination celebrated as the new Paris, an edgy and exciting destination with much to do and see.