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Wine plays daily part in musician’s frantic, healthy life

Just about this time last year, I tried very hard to break two of my fingers on a rope swing at a lake in North Carolina.

Legislators discuss relaxing wine-shipping laws

South Dakotans could be getting their favorite rare vintages shipped to their doorsteps in a few years, but only if a state lawmakers can come to a consensus on some key details. Legislators on the Alcohol ...

Hangover Observations: Bogota Wine & Food Fest 2014 Hangover Observations

This past Wednesday through Sunday, major names in food from throughout South and North America descended on Botoga, Colombia for the fourth annual Bogota Wine and Food Festival. The theme, driven home again and again, was celebrating Colombia's local...

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine: Household air pollution puts more than 1 in 3 people worldwide at risk of ill health ...

Household air pollution, caused by the use of plant-based or coal fuel for cooking, heating, and lighting, is putting nearly three billion people worldwide at risk of ill health and early death, according to a new Commission, published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal.

5 food-label claims that can fool you

Food manufacturers know that consumers want healthier foods, so they rarely miss an opportunity to slap health claims on the front of their product packaging. Trouble is, the big print rarely tel...

Eaterwire: Richard Blais on Food Network; Napa Earthquake Relief

FOOD TV — Chef and Top Chef lifer Richard Blais is getting his own show on the Food Network. Per the announcement, Hungry Games will explore the "psychology and science behind our food decisions " through "a series of fun...

Star Watch: Katharine McPhee at Tao; Jessica Szohr at Katsuya

Star Watch tracks where celebs are dining in Vegas. See someone notable about town? Email Actress Jessica Szohr and Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz celebrated a friend's birthday with a small group at Katsuya at the SLS Las Vegas on Sunday....

Eater Interviews: Roy Choi on Creating a Revolutionary Kind of Fast Food

At this Summer's MAD food symposium, California chefs Daniel Patterson (Coi, SF) and Roy Choi (Kogi, LA) dropped the bombshell news that they are going into the fast food business together. Their concept is called Loco'l, and the plan...

Taurus' Wi-Fi-enabled cooking appliance tries to do it all

Grab your tech passport and travel to Berlin for the massive IFA consumer-electronics trade show.

Wine Enthusiast Names The Top Trendsetters In The Annual 40 Under 40

Since 1988 Wine Enthusiast Magazine has brought iconic and approachable wine journalism to worldwide readers and the beverage industry. In keeping with its mission to educate and entertain discovery-driven ...

The Food Gap Is Widening

Nutritional disparities between America’s rich and poor are growing, despite efforts to provide higher-quality food to people who most need it. So says a large study just released from the Harvard School of Public Health that examined eating habits of 29,124 Americans over the past decade. Diet quality has improved among people of high socioeconomic status but deteriorated among those at the ...

Destination Dining: The Ann Arbor Heatmap: Where To Eat And Drink Now

Welcome to Destination Dining, a map highlighting the best food and drink outside of Detroit and the Metro, but still in the great mitten state. Eater Detroit likes to keep the focus local, but every once in a while a...

Fast-Food Workers to Strike in 150 Cities Across the U.S.

Fast-food workers are planning a strike this week that could be the largest yet as the responsibilities of franchisors and franchisees continue to be battled in court.

Protests: Fast Food Strike Coming to 100 US Cities This Week

Fast food workers are continuing their fight for a living wage through a new round of protests scheduled for this Thursday. According to the New York Times, employees of several chains will strike at restaurants in over 100 cities...

Wine tourism: the vineyards of the Rhône Valley

As the grape harvest season approaches in France, we take a look at some of the country's most iconic wine regions. Here we focus on the Rhône Valley, a prime destination for oenotourists. With over 180,000 acres of vineyards stretching from Lyon and Arles, the Rhône Valley owes its agricultural wealth to the river it is named for. The region's soil is particularly suited to growing widely ...

Expansionwire: Atlanta-based gourmet hamburger chain Farm Burger...

Atlanta-based gourmet hamburger chain Farm Burger is looking to break in to the Nashville market. There's no word yet on a specific location, and PR says the restaurant will open within the next two years. Farm Burger currently has three...

Rumormongering: Is a Large Gourmet Grocery Store Headed to Abbotts Square?

Photo by James Jennings Take a look at this brochure from Legend Properties Inc. and tell us what you see. Do you happen to see a large grocery store in the corner unit of Abbotts Square with the words "Coming...

Global cooking: Inspired by boredom, and a move to Switzerland

Essay: A move to landlocked Switzerland, with its limited shopping, forces culinary creativity.

Connoisseurs? Seven out of 10 French 'know little about wine'

In France, the land of good food and world-famous wine, seven of out 10 people admit they are far from connoisseurs when it comes to the grape. It appeared that social class has a great deal of influence over one's wine appreciation -- 43 percent of white-collar workers claimed to be connoisseurs but only 16 percent of blue-collar employees. Polling company Viavoice said this showed a "very ... to buy gourmet food supplier Harry & David

Gift retailer Inc said it would buy Harry & David Holdings Inc, known for its gourmet food brands such as Wolferman's English muffins and Cushman's HoneyBells citrus products, for $142.5 million in cash. said in a statement that Harry & David would operate as its wholly owned subsidiary after the acquisition, which is expected to close in October.

'Grave concerns' over food shortages in Ebola-hit nations: UN

The United Nations warned on Tuesday of "grave food security concerns" in the west African countries hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak as the deadly epidemic caused labour shortages and disrupted cross-border trade. Restrictions on movement in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has led to panic buying, food shortages and severe price hikes, especially in towns and cities, the UN's Food and ...

1-800-FLOWERS.COM® Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Harry & David Holdings, Inc., a Leading Multi-Channel ...

1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. , a leading multi-channel retailer of thoughtful gifts for all occasions, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Harry & David Holdings, Inc., a leading multi-channel specialty retailer and producer of branded premium gift-quality fruit, gourmet food products and other gifts marketed under the Harry & David®, Wolferman’s® and Cushman’s® brands.

Food Supply Threatened in Ebola-Ravaged West Africa, Says U.N.

The disease-stricken region is facing a fresh crisis, as it contends with meager food supplies and sky-high prices

Ebola threatens food security in West Africa: FAO

The world's worst Ebola epidemic has put harvests at risk and sent food prices soaring in West Africa, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said on Tuesday, warning the problem would intensify in coming months. The FAO issued a special alert for Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the three countries most affected by the outbreak, which has killed around 1,550 people since the virus ...

Lajollacooks4u Cooking for Charity: A Night of Food and Football

Lajollacooks4u teams up with Volunteers of America and San Diego Chargers. (PRWeb September 02, 2014) Read the full story at

Fine dining and fine memories

In the 1960s, Sarasota was not awash with the myriad of restaurants of every ethnic persuasion that please the palates of today's locals and snowbirds.

New Law In California Allows Dining With Pets On Patios

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill making it perfectly legal to bring your dog out to dinner with you. The dog must remain in an outdoor-dining section, be on a leash, behave, and not be in the same area where food is being prepared. The law, which goes into effect Jan. 1 , should provide some relief to dog lovers statewide.

Exercise to reap the heart-health benefits of wine, study says

At the European Society of Cardiology Congress, researchers from the Czech Republic presented a first of its kind study in which they concluded that wine has its greatest cardiovascular benefits for those who exercise. "This is the first randomised trial comparing the effects of red and white wine on markers of atherosclerosis in people at mild to moderate risk of CVD," says Professor Milos ...

Some Virginia Wine Shines

Everyone wants in on the wine game these days. Every state in the Union. They gaze with covetous eyes at the luster wine brings to California, not to mention the money the industry generates, both through the sale of wine and wine tourism. And then there’s all that yummy tax revenue [...]

What 'perfect' wine tastes like

Most people don't taste one "perfect" wine their whole lives; now you can taste 10 in one four-day tour.

What does 'perfect' wine taste like?

Most people don't taste one "perfect" wine their whole lives; now you can taste 10 in one four-day tour.

SCMP Entices Foodies and Revelers With Annual Starstreet Gourmet & Wine Walk

HONG KONG, Sept. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SCMP Group Ltd (SEHK: 583), Asia's leading media holding company, today announces that its Marketing Solutions division will once again blanket the Starstreet Precinct ...

University renews contract with dining service provider Aramark

The University announced Thursday it will renew its dining contract with Aramark, the dining service provider which manages the University’s residential and retail dining centers, catering and vending services, and athletics-related concessions.

Salmon cooking tips

Healthy, quick cooking, versatile and delicious, salmon is a wonderful fish to add to your cooking repertoire, whether it’s grilled, pan-fried, baked or poached.

A Chat with Gotham Bar and Grill Wine Director Heidi Turzyn

It was the confluence of nature and nurture that initially drew Gotham Bar and Grill (12 East 12th Street, New York, 212.620.4020) wine director Heidi Turzyn to the wine world. "I'm intrigued by the influence of man on nature; the intersection of Mother Nature and man is what makes a wine so complex," she [...]

Cooking left unattended leads to house fire

Cooking left unattended lead to a house fire Saturday night, Brick Lewis with the Columbia Fire Department said. 

On the ‘Taste of History’ Set: My Interview with Chef Walter Staib

If you’re into cooking shows (and who isn’t these days?), one of the most unique ones out there is “a Taste of History” on PBS. Starring the legendary, three-time Emmy award winning host Chef Walter Staib, proprietor of the City Tavern in Philly and author of six books, the show transports viewers back to the “golden age of dining,” the 18th century. When I watch the show, like most other ...

Week in Reviews: The Dining Room at Salish Lodge...

The Dining Room at Salish Lodge has the dubious distinction of earning one lonely star in a review by Seattle Times critic Providence Cicero. While brunch is still good, Cicero says the new chef, a former member of the "Gordon...

Falling Earnings Estimates Signal Weakness Ahead for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers (RRGB)

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers one such stock that can be considered to drop as it has witnessed a significant price decline and has seen negative earnings estimate revisions

Gourmet event moves to Castle Bay

The Margaret River Gourmet Escape’s Beach BBQ will move to Castle Bay permanently as the international event adds more Dunsborough venues to the line-up. $16.95 A Day Rental Cars from