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Tasting: Swirl, Sip and Save on Whole Foods Market® Wines

Taste and tweet online chats on May 31 and July 12 about outstanding value wines from seven countries AUSTIN, Texas (May 17, 2012) – To toast the sunny, carefree days of summer, Whole Foods Market shares its Top 10 favorite warm-weather wines – from crisp, fragrant whites to earthy, spicy reds – all priced between $7.99 and $14.99. This year’s selection of wines offer super variety at a value...

Recipes: A tasty tribute to my time in Burlighton -- Vermonter Chicken Salad

This recipe is inspired by one of the most delicious sandwiches I have ever eaten! I went to college in Burlington, Vermont…home to the Red Onion Cafe. The Red Onion is famous for their gourmet sandwiches…most notably the AAAMAZING “Red Onion”…Which is perfection on toast! In between the nutty, toasted bread there’s turkey, bacon, apples, red onions, sun-dried...

Culinary How-To's, Tips: Have a Clambake...The Traditional Way!

There are 1,001 ways to enjoy the bounties of the sea, but perhaps the most traditional, rich method is through clambaking. Clambaking is more than just throwing clams, a couple of fish, lobster, and shrimps into the dish (otherwise, there’s not much difference between it and the equally popular seafood paella). Everything revolves around the method of cooking, which demands time, commitment, and...

Food: What happens when you cross....

What do you get when you cross an Indian restaurant with a cocktail lounge, nightclub and throw in some lemon rice for good measure? You get Carom, the latest in an ever growing of army of Indian restaurants in the UK’s Capital. It is true what foreigners believe,the British love Indian food, we consume probably millions of tonnes of it per annum and Indian restaurants seldom go out of business...

Other Drinks, Spirits, Liquor: Mint Julep

During the 1930′s, the Mint Julep was favorite among young socialites. They traveled to Europe to party with rich society. The mint julep was served in different bars like France and Germany. The young socialites liked to drink whiskey and the mint julep was made with whiskey. In the United States, the mint julep during the 1930′s was always a popular alcoholic beverage. At the Kentucky...

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