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New Year’s Eve – Arizona, Dubrovnik, Maldives and Cancun

New Year Cheers at Hearth ’61 at Mountain Shadows | Paradise Valley, Ariz. Locals can end 2017 on a high note with a five course, Champagne paired New Year’s Eve menu prepared by renowned Chef Charles Wiley at Hearth ’61 with seatings at 6:30 p.m. / 9:30 p.m. for $160 / $190 per person respectively. From...

December 4, 2017 is National Cookie Day

Thanks to NATIONALTODAY.COM, we have the stats on National Cookie Day. >> 35% of Americans have eaten an entire package of cookies in one sitting. To conduct the NationalToday.com Cookie Day Survey, the researchers at National Today [www.nationaltoday.com]—America’s favorite online destination to...

7 Indian Cities That Every Food Lover Must Experience

By Monica Henin When it comes to savory food, one always look for Indian cuisine because the variety and balance of spices present in Indian food can’t be found in any other food. Now, India isn’t a small country. We are talking about the seventh largest country in the world in terms of geography. India is...

Spice up Thanksgiving Recipes with a Latin Twist

COCINA IS HERE TO SPICE UP YOUR THANKSGIVING The New Latin Food & Lifestyle Destination Shares Bold, Delicious Flavors   Ready to spice up your Thanksgiving with something new?  Look no further than Cocina, the first online food destination dedicated to celebrating the Latin lifestyle through its vast...

Maggie’s Blue Rose Cafe on Catalina

A restaurant review by guest blogger, Sarah Overton, of Encinitas, California. How I enjoy returning to re-capture the captivating island of Catalina ….26 miles off the coast in California.. Although we haven’t lived on this tropical paradise for nearly 20 years, the island retains it’s laid back vibe. My...

Gourmet Hiking from France to Italy: A Most Pleasurable Experience

What do you get when you mix gourmet food and wine with extraordinary hiking in the French and Italian Alps? You get Hedonistic Hiking, a sort of concierge service specializing in gourmet walking holidays. I spent nine days of absolute pleasure walking high in the mountains of France and Italy, experiencing...

German Beer Fest at the Black Forest Restaurant

Maralyn and I have enjoyed several authentic German dishes at this charming restaurant in La Cruz, Mexico. The staff, cocktails, music, European ambiance, and classic cuisine keeps us returning often. Now that Octoberfest is over, I’m looking forward to the winter beer festivals at Black Forest. Chef...

How to Eat Well at the Airport – SmarterTravel

There are some surprisingly delicious food choices at several airports I have recently visited. I’ve always taken extra time for fresh crab in Baltimore, and recently discovered authentic Mexican in Denver and Albuquerque. Most dishes are offered with a glass wine or cold local craft beer. San Diego is a...

Lake District and its Food from The Lakeland Larder

Many visit the Lake District for its fabulous scenery, others for the great range of activities such scenery offers. From hiking and climbing to a simple desire for tranquillity, the region is a unique experience in England, and one so many visitors return to time and again. Regardless of individual reasons...

Steps Towards a Sugar-Free Diet

Thanks to http://www.dervlaleavydentalcare.com/ for providing this interesting Infographic.   Maralyn D. Hill, The Epicurean Explorer Executive Editor, Luxe Beat Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Where and What in the World Member: International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA) Member: Society of...

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