Extraction Lab: Coffee, Tea and an Idea

In Brooklyn’s Industry City, Extraction Lab is serving tea and coffee unlike anything we’ve experienced before.

Wander Through This Decadent Chocolate Trail for Valentine’s Day

From European style artisan chocolate at C.G Higgins  to  rich Meso-american chocolate elixirs at Kakawa…

Winter Chilean Seabass Soup by Avra Madison

Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of soup. Specifically, a hearty Greek-style fish stew, because no one does fish stews better than the Greeks, right?

The Hotel Mini Bar You’ll Actually Want to Eat From

Hotel mini bars are often featured in cautionary tales of stale chips and high markups, but there is one South Beach hotel ready to take on that stereotype.

Wanderlust to These Heart Fulfilling Destinations

While the usual bouquet of roses and box of truffle chocolates are always greatly appreciated on Valentine’s Day, there is something in our hearts, itching for a getaway, where we wanderlust and explore the world beyond home.

Homemade Gravlax

Besides the popularly known Swedish meatballs, Swedish cuisine is surprisingly fresh and light. Learn how to make homemade gravlax, another swedish classic.

An Adventurous Guide to Eating Like a Local in Barbados

Barbados takes pride in being considered the culinary capital of the Caribbean, as well as the birthplace of rum. If you are considering visiting the island for an edible adventure, here is a guide to popular Bajan cuisine hotspots.

Lemon + Fennel Doughnuts by Rider

For those of us who are impatient to visit Rider located in Williamsburg for brunch, read this post to see how you can create the Lemon + Fennel Doughnuts recipe featured on the menu

Il Buco Alimentari’s Immaculate Chef’s Counter Doesn’t Disappoint

New York City’s Il Buco Alimentari now has a Chef’s Counter complete with the usual house-cured meats and home baked breads, but also sophisticated plates, too. The perfect blend of casual and enchanting.

Honey and Hospitality at Golden Stage Inn

Beekeeping and innkeeping go hand-to-hand and hive-to-hive.

Brunching at Glass and Vine in Miami

Glass and Vine is located in Peacock Park in Coconut Grove. It was an ideal place, surrounded by lush vegetation, birds chirping in the trees, children playing in the park and a distant view of the bay. It was a beautiful day, with a mild wind wafting everywhere, slightly cloudy and not hot at all.

Cuban Cocktail Adventures

When most of us think of Cuba, we have a romantic mental image made up of scenes from the 1950s, perhaps including Al Pacino visiting on the eve of the revolution (Godfather reference). A place full of nightclubs, casinos and, of course, bars where cantineros (Cuban bartenders) threw Cuban cocktails between mixing glasses and poured from multiple bottles of rum at a time into big blenders.

Greek Comfort: Lahanodolmades Avgolemono

Try this Greek comfort food Lahanodolmades Avegolemono, or stuffed cabbage, to warm up. 

7 Bangkok Markets that will Make You Drool

Visiting outdoor food markets is one of the best ways to find authentic foods on your travels. Explore 7 tasty markets in Bangkok.

Welcoming Café Americano, the Deluxe Every Meal Spot in Manhattan

Spending the weekend in Manhattan and want something more than the typical bagel or hot dog to nosh on? Head to Café Americano for impressive fare to fill the hungry gaps for a mid morning, afternoon, night or any food break needed.

Pickled Pear with Airy Chamomile and Thyme

Taste, vision, colour and smell are at the centre of the dining experience of AOC, one of Copenhagen finest restaurants.

Create an Umbria Inspired Winter Dinner Menu

A landlocked area rich in Italian tradition, pretend you are in Umbria and cook a meal with authentic cheese, pork and olive oil.

Trota su Letto di Spinaci: Grilled Trout with Spinach

Northeastern Italy is brimming with freshwater lakes and delicious trout. Take a bite out of the local cuisine with a simple fish recipe.

Varese’s Kebap Pizza: The Untraditional Pizza of Italy

In Italy, there is traditional cuisine and also fusion combinations. This pizza from the Varese region is a prime example and delicious comfort food.

Storia della Gastronomia: Pellegrino Artusi, The Master of Italian Cuisine

The gastronomic history of each country has its roots in a past that has shaped the culinary and cultural developments that have occurred in that land up to now.

Traditional and Modern Dining puts Solvang on the Culinary Map

A visit to Solvang, known as “Little Denmark”, is like a visit to another world, complete with international edible delights.

The City of Rice, Arborio

Learn about the small village outside of Milan that is known for its rice.

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort‘s Coconut Sweet Potatoes

Let the tropics inspire your holiday favories by tasting the culinary delights of beautiful Kauai.

Chicken and Spinach from Italo-Argentinean Star Chef Paulo Airaudo

As preparations for his new and rapidly evolving venue in San Sebastián, Michelin-accoladed Chef Paulo Airaudo works non-stop on dishes for the new menus that will delight the foodie destination from spring 2017.

Specialties of Italy: Pistoia’s Confetti Story History

In Italy, the “Confetti” candies are the sweet symbol for the most important stages of life.

A Family Tradition: Orange Blossoms

The Gugliemi Family rekindled their business of harvesting oranges blossoms in Italy. They are now creating a legacy and the orange blossom water delicacy.

Breakfast Rituals Around The World

Meet Emily Miller, the mastermind behind Trends on Trends, a culinary forecasting agency and host to breakfast clubs around the country and beyond.

Cappellacci di Zucca – Pumpkin “Ravioli” from Ferrara, Italy

Fresh pasta stuffed with pumpkin filling and served with a classic butter and sage sauce.

New Orleans’ Sweet Potato Cheesecake Pie

Five generations ago in the Galatoire family Jean Gatatoire emigrated from Pardies, France bringing his treasured family recipes with him. Settling in New Orleans, in 1905 he opened Galatoire’s restaurant on Bourbon Street. Today the tradition of French-influenced cuisine with a decidedly Southern Louisiana twist, coupled with superior service continues to make Galatoire’s a favorite of the crescent city’s locals and visitors alike.

How to Stick to the AIP While Going on Vacation
How to Stick to the AIP While Going on Vacation

Here’s how to stick to the auto immune protocol while on vacation, from what foods to select at a breakfast buffets, to suggestions from chefs.

Chocolate Chip Cookies from Castle Hill Inn

There are those times what you order at a restaurant turns out to be something so amazing that you want to replicate it at home. This chocolate chip cookie recipe from Castle Hill Inn in Rhode Island is one of them.

Finocchietto: Penne Pasta with Fennel, Sausage, and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Fresh fennel and white wine brighten this simple pasta dish with hearty Italian sausage and robust sun-dried tomatoes.

Southern Chef Ashley Quick – Italian Food Nostalgia Guru

An introduction to an ambitious Southern chef who seeks to provide a nostalgic eating experience for his customers while sharing the history of Italian food.

Go Beyond Holiday Bubblys at The Rickey

Perk up your holiday cheer at The Rickey, a craft cocktail lounge where you can toast with more than bubbles and spiked eggnog.

A Luxurious Holiday Getaway – D’Angleterre in Copenhagen

If you are looking for an elegant Holiday getaway, why not try Copenhagen and the swanky D’Angleterre Hotel

The Perfect Ending to an Italian Vacation

Discover paradise in Italy at these suggested places to go and things to do, including insider tips from a satisfied traveler recently back from a small town in Tuscany.

The Winemaking Gents of Holman Cellars

This wine quartet of gentlemen are the notable, sprouting buds of Napa Valley’s wine country.

Flour Restaurant Brings Italian Philosophy to a Cleveland Kitchen

Situated just outside of Cleveland, Ohio, you will find Flour restaurant. A traditional Italian eatery opened by Chef Paul Minnillo and Matt Mytro, Flour is keeping things real while leaving the all too trendy term “rustic” in the past. The sleek dishes that emerge from their kitchen, run by Chef Matt Mytro, are memorable and truly unique. Believe me, their chorizo stuffed dates, cozily wrapped in pancetta will haunt your tastebuds long after you have left.

Egg and Mushrooms from Italo-Argentinean Star Chef Paulo Airaudo

Soon to be located in San Sebastián, Paulo Airaudo is starting his new solo path where he’ll experiment with new directions in the kitchen in his most personal venture: opening a signature restaurant in the luscious region of Donostia-San Sebastián.

Treasure of Italy: the Rich History of Aceto Balsamico from Modena

Wine vinegar (Aceto di vino) is one of the condiments of excellence in the Italian cuisine. After the fermentation and aging of the wine and vinegar, you get the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, a typical product of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Northern Italy).

Gifts for the Culinary Globe Trotter

If you have a friend who travels thousands of miles just to dine at a renowned restaurant or spends weekends battling deep bouts of wanderlust by cooking cuisine from some far off land—this is the list for them. Tap into the exotic sensibilities of your favorite travelers with this comprehensive list of tested and approved travel-ready gifts for food lovers.

The Many Reasons to Visit Calistoga

From wines to spas, local fare to mom and pop shops, see all the beauty and joys Calistoga has to offer.

WINERAM Presents: Sustainable New Zealand Wine

This short documentary features the wine makers of New Zealand and why they choose to use sustainable practices to produce their wines.

Lemongrass Braised Bison From Durham Ranch

Visit Durham Ranch located in Wyoming, where you can roam with and hunt the American Bison. Take some cuts home and enjoy a healthier, richer flavored version of beef.

Eating a Pizza at Pizzeria Da Michele, Naples

Pizzeria Da Michele is the Neapolitan institution. Year after year it tops the lists for best pizza in Naples.

Put An End To All Vegan Pizza Doubts at Double Zero

Double Zero opened its doors in East Village New York City, welcoming all eaters to experience vegan pizza and plant based cuisine.

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Forget the fondue, it’s the meat in Zurich

It was time for a change, bring back traditional Swiss food from the land to the plate. Hung’ER Butchers Shop and Restaurant in the Park Hyatt Zurich is more than locally sourced. Chef de Cuisine Frank Widmer has been working exclusively with a butcher in the village Jona who makes sausages, dry ages meat and pork and with no waste.

Learn How to Compose Art Inspired Cocktails at the HGU Hotel

Crafted in the 1905 Lounge at the HGU, a New York Hotel, a visual narrative comes alive when art pieces are shaken, muddled and poured into cocktail ware.

Rome: a Slice of the Dolce Vita

The historic city of Rome has so much to offer. Beside their ancient monuments sit a plethora of delicious, authentic eateries waiting to be discovered.

Brunch in Los Angeles Like Kelis

Kelis is now a certified chef and she’s bringing the boys (and girls) to the yard with way more than milkshakes.

A Foodies Paradise in Italy: Amalfi Coast and Capri

The Amalfi Coast and its stunning landscape with sights to live for. Enjoy a rare experience you will repeat much more than once, with plenty of food, too.

Beyond Street Food: Bunker

Located in the Silom neighborhood, Bunker brings a Western vibe with Thai flavors to Bangkok.

New Haven: More Than Amazing Pizza

In New Haven, the leaves will transition and fall to the ground, but the great food stays constant. At New Haven’s eateries, expect great original tastes of the varied cultural cuisines.

Restaurant Find: Tuome NYC

Asian fusion restaurants are a dime a dozen in Manhattan, with Eastern-inspired eateries popping up all over the city. Whether it’s a mishmash of Korean and Mexican flavors stuffed into a burrito, or a hybrid of traditional Western dishes peppered with Thai spices, it’s safe to say that ‘East meets West’ is most certainly here to stay.

Sugar Highs and Sweet Pictures at Dessert Goals

At Dessert Goals, New York City’s first ever festival dedicated to all things sweet, guests left with the sweetest sugar high and best dessert pictures imaginable.

Eating at Madre Roma in Italy

Known for its pizza, ceviche and spirits, Rome’s Madre feels like a calm, earthy haven amidst the city.

Sotto Chef’s Non-Italian Noodles in LA

Chef Steve Samson of Sotto and Rossoblu breaks out of his pasta shell and shares his favorite Asian noodle dishes in Los Angeles

The 4 Drinks You Need to Get Through Election Day

Fellow Americans, to commemorate (and get through) Election Day, here are 4 twists to Washington DC’s signature cocktail – The Rickey – that are available at The Rickey in New York City.

10 Dishes to Cure a Hangover in LA

In-N-Out or the golden arches might be the old standbys when you’ve had a few too many, but these delectably greasy dishes are better equipped to give your hangover the boot.

NYC Coffee Shops Featuring: Birch Coffee

Despite the enormity of great coffee in Manhattan, it can still be difficult in certain areas to find a great stop later in the day. Sadly, not all New York City cafes are created equal, and especially for those who enjoy an evening cup of lovingly-crafted joe, it can be hard to locate a provider. Fortunately, the quality coffee scene grows stronger and shops are expanding like wildfire, but in the meantime, there is one place in particular that always seems to be nearby when needed: Birch Coffee.