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"If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world."
The chill of the season heralds many changes, including your appetite for heartier foods.
The holidays are a perfect time to gather friends and family together for a good meal.
Plenty of people brave Rockefeller Center's holiday crowds to see the famous Christmas tree and take a spin on the ice.
At Lippi , you should really eat your vegetables. The handsome Brickell restaurant, perched amid shimmering Christmas trees, offers a Mediterranean-inspired menu that features $75 Dover sole and $30-per-ounce Kobe beef.
When guests at his namesake restaurant repeatedly asked for the off-menu country-fried lobster, Kevin Sbraga knew he was onto something.
The Sleepy Bee Cafe now has an opening date: the breakfast and lunch spot in Oakley will open the week of December 16, with a grand opening date just before Christmas on Dec. 21. Owned by John Hutton and Sandra Gross, who also own the nearby Blue Manatee children's bookstore, the Sleepy Bee is inspired by the busy, useful honeybee.
THE new A 50m Regent Circus leisure destination has added more spice to its menu of restaurants after securing another well known chain.
The juicy brined, smoked and grilled Berkshire pork chop is glazed with house barbecue sauce and served with braised greens and butter beans at Red Crown in Grosse Pointe Park.
ROME _ Stand within the Colosseum's massive bowl, and you can practically hear the roar of the ancient crowd.
To really get a taste of California Wine Country, Chris Jacobs rides the Napa Valley Wine Train.
China announced a ban on the serving of shark fin and bird's nest soup at official banquets Sunday, as part of a sweeping government crackdown on corruption and excessive spending.
Ryan DuVall, restaurant critic for The Journal Gazette, was a "foodie" long before joining The Journal Gazette in 1999.
THE CHRISTMAS spirit came to Abergavenny at the weekend with the annual Christmas food and drink fair spreading festive cheer to thousands.
Mariam Hashimi and her husband, Munis Alkouz, chose the hotel for their November wedding reception mainly for one reason: It allowed them to use a local caterer to bring in the traditional Afghan rice and meat dishes that hotel chefs often aren't trained to prepare.