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St. Patrick’s Day Infographic

St. Patrick’s Day is certainly a fun day to celebrate and many from all walks of life do so. It is also a good day to consider using Lyft or Uber. I am happy to share this infographic by WalletHub. Source: WalletHub Maralyn D. Hill, The Epicurean Explorer Executive Editor, Luxe Beat Magazine...

Pizza Marzano – Great Pizza and Italian Specialties in Shanghai, China!!!

By Nick Anis, Jr. and Patty Anis You can’t be born and raised in New York without having an advanced degree in pizzaology. I’m not sure if my degree is a MS or PhD, but I can tell you this, I have made an enormous and delicious life-long investment in research. While I don’t claim to have unlocked all the...

Chorrillos– Lima, Peru Lifestyle

By Maureen Santucci Now that visitors are spending a bit more time in Lima, they’re looking for places to branch out besides the typical tours and tourist destinations. The standard so-called “Lima City Tour” only focuses on some of the historic places in the downtown area. But with a metropolis this size,...

Eating Tarantula Spiders in Cambodia

By Andrew Kolasinski A bizarre sight greeted me when I checked into my Phnom Penh guest house. In the lobby trashcan I saw a takeaway food tray with noodle residue topped by two huge black spiders – tarantulas! The next night sitting with friends at a sidewalk café a street vendor offered a platter of fried...

Eat your way through South Korea on a budget!

By Natalya Pobedova When I decided to visit Korea, the first thing that everyone said to me was “You’re going to love the food!” And, good travelers of the world, they were totally right. Korean food is unique and totally delicious. It’s completely unlike any other food you’ll encounter in Asia. I...

Kashmiri Kahwah (Tea) Recipe

By Debashis Das Kahwah (Urdu: قہوہ‎, also transliterated qehwa, kehwa or kahwa) is a traditional green tea preparation consumed in Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, some regions of Central Asia as well as the Kashmir Valley. In Pakistan, it is made in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan regions. It is...

Lebanese Taverna in Washington D.C.

    One of the special aspects to Washington D. C. is being able to dine at a variety of resturants from different parts of the world. We are here once a year for a meeting and go out with a group of 25 to 30.  This year, Lebanese Taverna was the spot and certainly a choice pick for our group. Quite a few...