A History Of Tapas

When I hear the word tapas I envision a diversity of tiny morsels of food that are enjoyed over several courses, leaving you emotionally and physically satisfied. As a lover of all things food, I find it difficult to go to a restaurant and try just one thing…
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Should You Go Vegan?

It depends. Come on, you knew that. In fact, we really can’t go any further without qualifying that wherever you sit on the moral spectrum – from “meat is murder” to “my truck is made of bacon” – you can do what you want with your stomach (barring…
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The Power Of Brunch

BRUNCH, the all-day meal experience consisting of a smorgasbord of breakfast and lunch collaborations, with a side of caesars and mimosas (very plural). Is there any other meal that can evoke feelings of excitement, nostalgia, and intoxication all in one sitting? That’s a big Kevin McCallister “I don’t…
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Dwyane Wade’s Personal Chef on how to eat like a Championship Athlete

Take it from the guy who’s in charge of Dwyane Wade’s diet — being a chef is tough. Early mornings and long, numbing nights are the norm for some of the world’s most renowned cooks. When you factor in all that flying, being a personal chef for an…
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How to make Amano’s Beet-Stained Ravioli

Love it or loathe it, there’s no harm in doing something that nice for your other half on Valentine’s Day. That doesn’t mean breaking the bank at the jewellery store or splurging on some racy lingerie. In fact, cooking someone a damn good meal tops all of that,…
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