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Read original poems, enjoy wine and cheese in Lake Park

UPCOMINGThe APBC Art on Park Gallery is hosting the Words, Wine & Cheese Open Poetry Reading, with the Poets of the Palm Beaches, on Friday at 7 p.

Brothers plead guilty in stolen cooking oil case

Two Cranston brothers have pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell 200,000 gallons of cooking oil stolen from restaurants in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Gourmet local farm tour benefits Boonton Land Conservancy

BOONTON - The first Classic Car Tour De Farm of New Jersey, a tasting tour of Central New Jersey’s farms, will bring more than 100 classic car enthusiasts on a drive along the rolling hills of scenic

Food truck feast days in Arlington start Tuesday

The events will offer lunch Tuesdays and dinner Fridays through Oct. 24.

Food Recall Warning (Allergen): Mitchell's Brand Pickles Recalled Due to Undeclared Mustard

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9 food-as-art Instagrams you should follow

This may come as no shocker, but here at Epicurious, we’re really into food. I know, don’t act so surprised. We spend our free time cooking, shopping, testing, and eating...

Bayless, Fat Rice chefs honored by Cooking Light

Chefs Adrienne Lo and Abraham Conlon of Fat Rice and Rick Bayless of Topolobampo are among the chefs to receive 2014 Trailblazing Chef Awards from Cooking Light magazine. The honorees were chosen by the magazine’s editors to honor innovative chefs who are at the forefront of trends in...

Atlanta Gourmet Market Begins Sept. 16

Buyers looking for one more buying opportunity before the fourth-quarter are heading to the Atlanta Fall Gift & Home Furnishings Market and The Atlanta Gourmet Market . The show runs Sept.16-18 at AmericasMart.

'Comfort food' doesn't actually exist, study finds

Your favorite food hasn't really got the power to chase the blues away after a bad day, researchers say.

5 Things you should know when buying cooking oil

Whether you will be frying, sautéing, or baking, oil is a kitchen must-have. With a wide array of oil varieties in the supermarket (olive, palm, canola, sunflower, soya, corn, the list goes on!), how do you know which kind of oil you should get? Don’t be a frazzled chef! First, know that not all oils […]

Jacques Pepin says no slowing down as show ends

Jacques Pepin soon will begin production on what his longtime television network is calling his final cooking series, but the chef who has taught generations of Americans to cook says he's far from retiring.

Wine holidays: readers' tips, recommendations and travel advice

Readers offer advice on the best wine tours. Send us your travel tips for the chance to win a £350 voucher with DialAFlight

Volunteers reassemble 4-H Dining Hall

HILLSDALE — With the Hillsdale County Fair less than a week away, many people worked hard this past weekend to make sure the fair facilities are ready for opening day.

United Airlines and OTG Announce Plans to Re-Imagine the Airport Experience at Newark Liberty

NEWARK, N.J., Sept. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines and OTG Management LLC today announced plans to transform the dining and retail experience at the airline's hub at Newark Liberty International Airport and create unparalleled services and amenities for United's customers. The $120 million capital investment for the project will be provided by OTG, selected by United to oversee the ...

Chefs take spotlight at London debut music-and-food fest

By Matilda Egere-Cooper LONDON (Reuters) - Gourmet food proved to be the new rock ’n’roll at a weekend festival in London where 10 acclaimed chefs, three of whom hold Michelin stars, demonstrated their culinary prowess against a backdrop of live music. Headliners at the first On Blackheath Festival included Massive Attack, Grace Jones and Aloe Blacc.

Making wine in a warzone

Step inside the surreal world of wine-making in the Golan Heights. While richly-colored grapes ripen in the sun, a few fields away civil war rages.

Gillman Barracks turns two, new eateries to come

SINGAPORE - More dining options, a new gallery and covered walkways are in the works as Gillman Barracks gears up to mark its second anniversary. In response to feedback that F&B choices at the visual arts cluster are limited, the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), which manages the venue jointly with JTC Corporation and the National Arts Council, will add four eateries to the current ...

The Melting Pot Announces Expansion Plans for Des Moines, Iowa

TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Melting Pot® Restaurants, Inc., the world's premier fondue restaurant and a leading polished casual dining franchise, announced plans to expand the brand's presence in the Des Moines market, naming the city as a target for future franchise development. This would bring the first Melting Pot restaurant to the state of Iowa. "One of the things that ...

Four Seasons Food Truck Kicks Off Tour Down America's East Coast

Four Seasons Food Truck Kicks Off Tour Down America's East Coast

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers is Two Weeks Away from Opening its Newest Restaurant in Illinois

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., Sept. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Alert your taste buds!  Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (Red Robin) is two weeks away from bringing craveable gourmet burgers to North Riverside, Ill. Located beside the North Riverside Park Mall on Harlem Avenue between West Cermak Road and West 26th Street, the newest Red Robin® restaurant will open on Sept. 29 at 11 a.m.  To help ...

My South African Adventure: Wine is Fine But Brandy is Dandy

I must admit that before I came to South Africa, I had absolutely no idea that the country had its own brandy industry – and an award-winning one at that. Admittedly though, in Europe the market tends to be dominated at the high end by French Cognac with its global reputation for quality, while everything else tends to compete on price, making brand recognition relatively poor. South Africa may ...

India's Aug vegoil imports hit record on soyoil surge

* India to import two million tonnes cooking oil in Sep-Oct NEW DELHI, Sept 15 (Reuters) - India's vegetable oil imports in August touched a record 1.3 million tonnes, a trade body said, helped by the highest ever soyoil imports on expectations of a poor soybean harvest. The country's imports of soyoil were the highest in two decades at 350,373 tonnes in August, up 14.5 percent from the previous ...

Rhodes Food Group Plans $122 Million Share Sale in Johannesburg

Rhodes Food Group Holdings, a South African producer of prepared meals, plans to raise as much as 1.35 billion rand ($122 million) in a share sale on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange next month.

Spoonfed Foods launches gourmet ‘savoury jam’ range

Australian gourmet condiments manufacturer Spoonfed Foods has launched a new range of gourmet ‘savoury jams’, which the Company said were designed with use on barbequed foods in mind.

Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit! set for North American release

The cooking simulator sequel is the second entry in the series to arrive on 3DS.

Wine Market Showing ‘Positive Signs’ Amid Dollar Strength

Vineyards at Bordeaux first-growth wine estate Chateau Latour, looking toward the Gironde estuary in April 2014. Close Vineyards at Bordeaux first-growth wine estate Chateau Latour, looking toward the...

Gourmet supplier ordered to pay up

Fair Work Australia has ordered a Melbourne food company to pay almost $20,000 to workers it underpaid.

MasterChef Finalist Explains the Crossover Between Cooking and Advertising

When she was auditioning for Season 5 of Fox’s hit cooking show MasterChef, Elizabeth Cauvel told producers she was an associate creative director at New York-based ad agency MRY, working on Johnson & Johnson brands like Listerine and Band-Aid. Their response: blank stares all around. “No one knows what that means,” they told her. That’s why she is referred to as simply “advertising executive ...

Vic gourmet supplier ordered to pay up

A Melbourne gourmet food business must make good the pay of 17 staff members it underpaid for two years.

Gourmet Escape ticketing draws fire

Tourism WA has rejected suggestions not enough major Gourmet Escape ticket releases have been made available to the average punter.

Does cooking drain nutrients?

The beauty of home cooking is that you can create many different dishes with the same ingredients. For instance a green pepper could be a light crunchy addition to a savory salad, or it could be a killer side dish after a simple sauté. But, will changing the preparation of the pepper change the benefits we get from eating it?

Food safety fears see farming return to high-rise Hong Kong

It's a rural tradition that faded out decades ago as Hong Kong turned into a neon-lit megacity: rice seedlings being dropped into watery paddy fields with gentle plops. "In the past people in Hong Kong grew rice," said Kan, 42, about his move. "I could teach the people again and revive rice farming." The naturally-farmed rice paddies started reappearing in Long Valley seven years ago after a 40 ...

Are you storing your wine wrong?

You’ve taken the time to choose the perfect bottle from your local wine store. But if you’re stowing your crispy Grüner Veltliner in your fridge door, all that painstaking effort...

Does A Wine Have To Be Great To Be Noteworthy?

Not all white wine can be Le Montrachet, or Schloss Johannisberg, and the wine world would be a pretty boring place if they were.

California man accused of cooking ex-girlfriend's dog

(Reuters) - A northern California man was in police custody on Friday after allegedly stealing his ex-girlfriend's pet dog, cooking it and feeding it to her, police said. Ryan Watenpaugh, 34, of Palo Cedro was arrested on Thursday and charged with counts of domestic violence, false imprisonment, stalking and cruelty to animals, according to records from the Shasta County Jail. Watenpaugh's ex ...

St. Anthony's races to prepare for service in new dining room

"There has been a free meal served at noon on this street corner every day since 1950," he said. [...] with the hard work and generosity of San Franciscans, St. Anthony's is preparing to open a new, $22.5 million dining room and a $40 million affordable-housing structure on Oct. 4. The old dining room is actually a converted auto body shop, which is why there is an inclined ramp to the basement ...

Cooking with a personal touch: Cheforyu offers private chef services in Destin

Personal Chef Bryan Hurd said his cooking style is hard to nail down. “I really don’t have a favorite except what people say they like,” he said. “I love to create what they like.”

Wonkblog: It’s official: Americans like red wine better than white wine

If you prefer red wine to white, you're not alone.

Awards Season: Association of Food Journalists Announces 2014 Winners

The Association of Food Journalists announced the winners of its 2014 Awards Competition at its annual conference in Memphis. The finalists were announced earlier this year. According to the AFJ's website, first place winners in eatch category receive a $300...

The Road to the 38: Chicago's Grace Stands Tall Among Its Fine Dining Peers

Restaurant Editor Bill Addison is traveling to chronicle what's happening in North America's dining scene and to formulate his list of the essential 38 restaurants in North America. Follow his progress in this travelogue/review series, The Road to the...
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