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  • Ruxbin offering guinea fowl with a DIY course

    Ruxbin offering guinea fowl with a DIY course
    Ruxbin (851 N. Ashland Ave.,  312-624-8509) is offering a novel twist to traditional “peking duck style” and Thanksgiving-flavored service this fall. Instead of duck or turkey, chef Edward Kim will prepare whole guinea fowl in two distinct...
  • Roundup: Aaah, those floating spas

    Roundup: Aaah, those floating spas
    We’ve all heard about the bountiful buffets, meals and snacks available on cruises, but we rarely hear about the fitness and wellness facilities and programs featured on many cruise ships. However, staying fit on a cruise vacation has never been...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three simple pasta options in 30 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Three simple pasta options in 30 minutes or less
    Keep it fast and easy with dinner tonight. These three pasta recipes come together in 30 minutes or less: Shell pasta salad with lemon zest: Sweet cherry tomatoes and vibrant zucchini strips lend bright colors to this pasta salad, and the fresh lemon...
  • Greenwich Food & Wine Festival: A Taste Of Southern Funk

    Greenwich Food & Wine Festival: A Taste Of Southern Funk
    Greenwich is getting some down-home Southern funk this weekend. The three-day Greenwich Food & Wine Festival at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is chock full of celebrity chefs, burger battles, barbecue demos, a beer garden and music. But this is Greenwich,...
  • Hanson bring Mmmhops brew to Epcot

    Hanson bring Mmmhops brew to Epcot
    Hanson have been making road trip-friendly pop for more than 15 years, but they're not drinking it anymore. The trio that gave us "MMMBop" back in '97 is still touring, and they're bringing their craft beer with them during their stop at the Epcot...
  • Scouting Report: Pork gyro and feta fries at Alexander's Greek Kitchen in Vernon

    Scouting Report: Pork gyro and feta fries at Alexander's Greek Kitchen in Vernon
    Name of restaurant: Alexander's Greek Kitchen What dish represents the restaurant, and why? A plate of pork gyro with a side of pita bread, Greek salad, tzatziki sauce and langonisi fries. The pork gyro is shaved paper thin, resulting in a heap of crisp...
  • Recipe: Le Rivage's Foie gras

    Le Rivage's Foie gras Chef de cuisine Steve Levine uses a Dow's late vintage port for the sauce. ¼ cup port wine 1 tablespoon veal demi-glace 1 tablespoon chilled unsalted butter 2 2-ounce pieces duck liver, cleaned 1 tablespoon clarified unsalted...
  • Classic French cuisine always in good taste

    Q: Whenever I eat at Piñon Grill in Boca Raton, I order the Pecan crusted rainbow trout, sauteed and served with currant-citrus chardonnay sauce. It is absolutely the best fish dish I've eaten in any restaurant — ever! Everybody I know who has had...
  • Dining scene: From Fuji apple chicken salad to jumbo Dixie chicken wings

    Dining scene: From Fuji apple chicken salad to jumbo Dixie chicken wings
    Mississippi Sweets BBQ 123 NE 20th Ave., Deerfield Beach, 954-570-0441, MississippiSweetsBbq.com This mini chain has opened its third location in the former A1A Shawarma & Grill in Deerfield Beachplace, the parking garage complex a couple of blocks...
  • Beer Festivals, Oktoberfests And Fall Brew Gatherings In Connecticut

    Beer Festivals, Oktoberfests And Fall Brew Gatherings In Connecticut
    Fall's chill signals the return of stouts, porters, Oktoberfest lagers and – whether you love or hate them – pumpkin-flavored brews. It's now high season for local beer festivals, with plenty of events between now and mid-October. >>The Mark...
  • Fall festivals offer food, flowers and zombies?

    Fall festivals offer food, flowers and zombies?
    Something about these chilly almost-autumn days makes us want to sip wine outdoors, watch a parade, browse a manicured garden, or, you know, get scared out of our wits. Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities in the region for all of the above....