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GOURMET HIGHWAY: Adventures in Cuba

By Doc Lawrence – Memories of Cuba are top-heavy with food, fishing, cocktails, baseball and music. My first baseball coach was named Manuel Cordero, a Cuban-American who inspired me to travel to Cuba and learn. I was lucky to visit during my baby days. Like Key West, visiting Havana is a Hemingway experience. His home, Finca Vigia is now the Museo Ernest Hemingway and the Cuban government owns Hemingway’s 38-foot boat...

Food and Kitchen Trends – What’s Hot and What’s No...

By Marsha Fottler – It’s a new year and tastes change. Nowhere is that more evident than in the world of food – supermarket shelves, cookbooks, restaurants, your dinner table and your kitchen. Everything, everybody and everywhere gets affected by the fickleness of taste buds, by rising food costs and by what celebrity chefs have discovered on their summer vacations. Foods and culinary practices trend up and trend down....

Trends in How We Live in Homes Today

By Steven V. Philips – In my part of the world new home construction is blooming. And booming with the 10,000 baby-boomers retiring who each day (that’s e-a-c-h) changing the way model homes and floor plans look. Boomer attitudes about easy living and their wish lists are showing up in the new housing that they’re buying and helping to design. Definitely, as you have probably already heard on the...

Vegan Versus Beef

By Chef Judi Gallagher – The main contenders in the culinary ring – National Beef Month and National Vegan Month. They are going head to head for media coverage. In actuality,  National Vegan Awareness falls in the beginning of November while National Beef Month is in the month of May. Makes sense, right? “Veganize” your intentions before you order the free-range happy turkey to slaughter. Why have a true...

Practical and Delicious Cook-Ahead Meals Are Just ...

By Anna Dantoni – Ina Garten’s new cookbook Make It Ahead, is going to make you a stress-free hostess and a culinary star in your part of the world. Conversational in tone, full of useful information and packed with delicious dishes for the oven and stovetop, this book is one of the most practical you can own. And you’ll use it often for make ahead meals for dinner parties, potluck suppers, big family holiday meals,...

Parents, Be Prepared with a Readymade

By Herb Gardener - Parenting was, I think, the first service industry. The contemporary playdate is its chamber of commerce mixer. When my daughter Fauna’s friends visit I want the moms and dads to enjoy good food and refreshments between directives to share toys and play nice. Even with limited stores I can usually deliver satisfying fare thanks to the magic of readymades. My definition of a readymade is any condiment,...
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