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The 12 Days of Christmas Markets Photo

The 12 Days of Christmas Markets

Posted on December 3, 2011 in Trip Ideas

Christmas markets are an old world tradition, German and Austrian in origin and dating back to the Middle Ages. Also known as Christkindlmarkt or Weihnachtsmarkt, they’re great for enjoying the season with gifts, clothes, toys and food and drink... Continue reading The 12 Days of Christmas Markets

Holiday Entertaining in the Big Apple Photo

Holiday Entertaining in the Big Apple

Posted on November 16, 2011 in Food and Drink

Every year, my friends and I reserve a restaurant for a festive group of 20-25. We have been fortunate enough to find a number of restaurants in NYC with the attributes--moderate price, cozy ambiance, private/semi-private dining space--to make our annual holiday feasts memorable... Continue reading Holiday Entertaining in the Big Apple

Top 5 Farmers Markets Photo

Top 5 Farmers Markets

Posted on November 11, 2011 in Trip Ideas

Farmers markets are excellent venues for checking out the culture of a region. When travelers see the foods that nourish a place, they can learn what it feels like to go through life as a native... Continue reading Top 5 Farmers Markets

Traveler of the Week is Eating Like a Local Photo

Traveler of the Week is Eating Like a Local

Posted on August 5, 2011 in Traveler of the Week

When you think of Philly, you think of a savory cheesesteak, the kind smothered with Cheez Whiz and brimming with peppers and onions... Continue reading Traveler of the Week is Eating Like a Local

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The Taste of Summer

Posted on August 4, 2011 in Food and Drink

The dog days are upon us, dear readers, and if you’re like us, you’ll soon feel nostalgic for the tastiest dishes of the season. Our weekly food blog is nothing if not refreshing... Continue reading The Taste of Summer

Satisfying Vegetarian Options in NYC Photo

Satisfying Vegetarian Options in NYC

Posted on July 25, 2011 in Food and Drink

When you have friends visiting -- particularly from the West Coast -- you may need some vegetarian options for dinner and/or brunch. You can become an entertaining hero/heroine by keeping a go to list of restaurants that cater to vegetarians, locavores and omnivores on hand... Continue reading Satisfying Vegetarian Options in NYC

Vive La Montreal Photo

Vive La Montreal

Posted on July 7, 2011 in Food and Drink

For New Yorkers, Montreal is a little slice of France a mere six and a half hours away. Our girls' Weekend up in the city nominally began as a trip to the 32nd Jazz Festival, then quickly evolved into an opportunity to eat, drink and dance... Continue reading Vive La Montreal

Where to Eat Brunch in New York Photo

Where to Eat Brunch in New York

Posted on June 20, 2011 in Food and Drink

The boozy Sunday brunch is a staple of a true New Yorker's existence. In Manhattan, there are two main types: all-you-can-drink and three-cocktails-or-less... Continue reading Where to Eat Brunch in New York

Eating in London Photo

Eating in London

Posted on June 9, 2011 in Food and Drink

The foggy birthplace of the modern lingua franca is well known for grease-laden pies, coal-black puddings and fried eggs covered in beans. But the commonwealth also has, as many of our members can tell you, plenty to satisfy even the pickiest eater... Continue reading Eating in London

Bring on the Sparkling Wines! Photo

Bring on the Sparkling Wines!

Posted on June 3, 2011 in Food and Drink

Summer in the city also means the start of wine drinking season, particularly sparkling wine. Sparkling wines range from inexpensive Cavas to fancy, vintage Champagnes; they're both refreshing and versatile... Continue reading Bring on the Sparkling Wines!

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