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Gourmet Highway: New Tennessee Whiskey, Wine Label...

By Doc Lawrence – Traveling the greater South leads to discovery of food and good beverages, and where to find the best. This past year included one genuine surprise involving a legendary whiskey, arguably the most recognizable brand on the planet. There’s more: Respected wine experts-Master’s of Wine as they’re officially known-are urging some labeling on wine bottles to disclose what’s inside that we didn’t know....

Spice up your holidays!

By Deepa Alfano – www.theindiantable.com My favorite time of the year is undoubtably the Fall and Winter holiday seasons. Coming from a climate which is almost frozen and beautifully picturesque at this time of year, I have held onto my lifelong traditions of creating hot mulled wines, steaming Christmas puddings with lashings of hot custard and most importantly, the spices.   There is something special and...

Gourmet Highway: Tailgating Down South-The Great O...

By Doc Lawrence – Tailgating in Baton Rouge on a game day Saturday outside LSU’s Tiger Stadium showcases cuisine that would “put many fine dining restaurants to shame,” according to the highly respected Tim McNally, a legendary New Orleans radio and TV host and former president of the New Orleans Food and Wine Experience. Tailgating is firmly embedded in America’s vernacular, one of those magic words that triggers the...

Innisbrook Resort and Spa

By Judi Gallagher – Innisbrook Resort and Spa is a mere hour and fifteen minutes north of Sarasota and central to the Tampa Bay area, but feels like a hint of Virginia or North Carolina. The trees may not be in full autumn colors, but the greens on the golf course with a forest of beautiful tree-lined paths makes one feel they are far away. A classic respite, how could it take me so long to take a weekend off to sip a...

Basics of Indian Cuisine

By Deepa Alfano – Namaste! I am extremely passionate about Indian Food! It’s the cuisine that I grew up with, that I first started cooking and still prepare to this day. One of my earliest memories is sitting on my mothers kitchen floor, pounding fresh garlic into a paste in a brass mortar and pestle. I believe it dates back to my great grandmothers era. I can remember my mother giving me a rundown of meals to...

The Bourbon Country Institute – Meet Mr. Bou...

By Doc Lawrence – LOUISVILLE, KY-This great river town is on a roll, garnering praise as a haven for gourmet restaurants, a first-rate arts center, home of an easy-going lifestyle and the epicenter of Bourbon and the mystique attached to it. Walking around here is an urban pleasure made possible by wide sidewalks, and if you have a drop of romantic blood, you will feel the presence of Louisville greats Muhammad Ali,...
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