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That's the first-day lesson of CIA Boot Camp, drilled into wine-addled tourists and serious foodies alike...Inside the monasterylike winery-turned-culinary mecca, students absorb this gospel like fresh sourdough sopping up extra-virgin olive oil. It'
Video Video Video There's another reason why I suspect Lopez is pacing. As one of America's few pan-Latin fine dining experiences, Nao housed behind a wood door massive enough to fortify the Alamo is on the front lines of schooling diners like me in
Some 4 million Puerto Ricans live in the continental U.S. these days. And we have them to thank for making some of my favorite foods such as mofongo easier to find...I'm one of those 4 million and happen to think those mashed and fried green
Dawn Turner Trice As a young boy, Darrell Crawford played his heart out on the basketball court in his South Side neighborhood, imagining he'd one day become an NBA star. But he quickly realized that the sports arena wasn't where he excelled...There,
Food Network star Robert Irvine (Restaurant: Impossible) has cooked up an unusual live show. He will bring that event to the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet on April 20. Robert Irvine Live, the namesake's first theatrical tour, will incorporate
The students, who hail from 12 different states, represent foodservice operations in both the commercial and non-commercial segments ranging from multi-unit restaurants to universities to hospitals and senior living. Their 18-month journey of
For the second year, a food and wine festival that boasts some of those industries' highest-profile chefs and winemakers is aimed at attracting visitors to Napa Valley and providing an economic boost to the region during the tourism off-season.
E Room as they toiled in the kitchen to feed some 1.5 million diners over the last 38 years. But on Thursday, the Escoffier Restaurant , the fusty, classically inspired, formal French dining room of the Culinary Institute of America , will close its
Plaquemines Parish, LA, June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ The Culinary Institute of America ( CIA ), the world's premier culinary college, sent six of its distinguished faculty and degree program students to catch fish off the coast of Louisiana in
Posted by Michael Israel Follow JewishJournal.com on Michael Israel Republican or Democrat, Atheist or Believer, Jew or Foodie. Most agree that the first two comparisons are well known as groups with opposing ideas, but few think of the third