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Peruvian Feeding Frenzy: Chowing Down at Lima’s Mistura

By Mike Gasparovic “¡Oye, maestro, más chancho rapidito!” The barked order comes from a grill cook in a ten-gallon Stetson and surgical mask to protect against the spicy smoke billowing from the coals. Before him, a massive contraption with 12 revolving gridirons, spluttering with grease. Busy basters are...

Catering Concepts of Norfolk, VA Area Does Fantastic Job

A few weeks ago, Norm and I were visiting Norfolk, VA for a wonderful weekend as guests of Visit Norfolk. We were checking Norfolk out as a possible site for a conference. It passes with flying colors. We are fortunate to visit many areas, some we get excited about and others are nice but may not fit the...

Questions To Be Asked before Hiring A Caterer for Wedding or Special Event

In this world, every one get a once in their life to make an arrangement for any celebration in like wedding, birthday, anniversary, office party, etc. No celebration is complete without the having food and beverage. It must be a good catering service, who can offer a complete package. For this purpose,...

Top 5 Best Food Festivals In And Around

By Evilena Lucy You can go anywhere in the world and be rest assured of one thing, where there are people, there is food. Every culture is a custodian of its own ‘wine and dine’, but some cultures take the celebration of food to a whole new level. Whether its tomato throwing, wine surfing or hot dog...

Etouffée Cook-off Winners at the Breau Bridge Crawfish Festival and Etouffée Recipe

    Recently, Michelle M. Winner, president of IFWTWA, and I were honored to be asked to be judges at the Etouffée Cook-off. There were eight of us in total. This cook-off is part of the annual Breau Bridge Crawfish Festival. We have been judges in other food competitions, have experienced etouffée, but did...

Crawfish College

Crawfish College       The first class of the Crawfish College in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana has picked six journalists to evaluate the program and offer suggestions before opening to the general public. Crawfish is such a huge part of the culture, it is a wonder culinary opportunity. We officially started...

Vidalia’s Golden Glow in Georgia and Onion Tart Recipe

Food Tourism Soars in Georgia  By Doc Lawrence VIDALIA, Georgia— The great journalist Lewis Grizzard described the area as Georgia’s big sky country. In Vidalia, visitors behold a glorious horizon, a stunning panorama of natural beauty. A case can be made that all good plants will grow well in the fertile...

Holiday Gift For A Foodie – The Culinarian At the Oregon Truffle Festival

Are you looking for a special Holiday Gift for a foodie. Here is an experience not to be missed. If you take advantage of it, I’ll see you there, as I will be covering the entire Oregon Truffle Festival. A ticket for this event would be a hit. The Oregon Truffle Festival is from January 25-27, 2013.~MDH...

My Kitchen from Fine Dining Magazine

Today I received my first issue of a Swedish magazine called Fine Dining. Sweeden has become known for its outstanding food, capturing many of the Bocuse d’Or events. Since Fine Dining makes o point of encouraging you to share, I will be sharing periodically. This publication is full of wonderful...

Eating in Louisiana’s Outback

I’ve not been to Lake Charles, LA yet, but both Norm and I are looking forward to the opportunity. We received the following information from the Lake Charles/SWLA Convention & Visitors Bureau. It may be hard to believe, but for more than 400 years, visitors to Louisiana have found something a little...

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