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Mixologist Francesco Lafranconi has created this cocktail.
Jet Pack Coffee Smoothie (recipe)
Award-winning chef José Andrés this week laid out his personal account of feeding citizens in Puerto Rico whose lives were ravaged by Hurricane Maria a year ago, amid renewed debate over the government’s relief efforts on the U.S. island territory.
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Public House at Luxor Hotel and Casino is bringing its A-game to mealtime with a new menu full of stadium-inspired favorites sure to please sports enthusiasts and foodies alike.
Save the world: Eat salad.
Mickrockfest annual charity concert is to remember the late, great legendary guitarist, Mickey Crawford. Fourteen bands will be performing starting at 12 pm at Ocean Avenue on 123 San Marco Ave in St Augustine, Florida.
Mandalay Bay is gathering its top culinary stars together for a property-wide food festival.
It’s a simple recipe that includes flour, salt, baking soda, sugar (or other comparable sweetener), dried fruit, and buttermilk or sour milk
Los Angeles chef Roy Choi, who gained fame as the creator of the Korean taco truck, has revealed a first look at his Best Friend restaurant that’s scheduled to open at Park MGM in December.
Kids’ school days are packed with learning, laughing and lots of fun.
Consider these suggestions as you get ready to cook up a storm with your child.
Dreaming of an Italian vacation?
Here are three alternative methods of food preservation
The Fall Brew Celebration is bringing six weekends of libations and countless beers to The Park in September and October.
If you like to cook, then you can appreciate the value of having your very own herb garden.
It’s trendy. It’s casual. It’s fast.
A former bread factory in Logan Heights has grown into an exciting art center over the last eight years. A brewery has also opened up inside the Bread & Salt warehouse recently. So far, though, chefs and restaurateurs have only flirted with the idea of serving food there.
Easy, affordable, and vegan
Fans of sought-after Czech hops might be left a little thirsty this year as the prized hops are the latest victim of a summer drought, cutting yields by about 30 percent below average.
In the hilly region of Champagne in eastern France, winegrowers are bringing in grapes early this year for a harvest they expect to be one of the best in a decade.
Here are five ways to add some power (and flavor) to your water in the morning.
At America’s restaurants, you may have noticed more appetizers and entrees draped with pickled onions in the last couple of years.
A complex that promises Australian cuisine, bars and nightlife is coming to the Arts District.
Whether it’s an end-of-summer bash or a back-to-school barbecue, entertaining is all about family, friends and of course, food.
National Geographic had featured it in a story on “Destinations of a Lifetime: 225 of the world’s most amazing places”.
Ginger Tea Variations
Chef Jeremiah Tower’s upcoming appearance at Luxor will be part of a multi-chef dinner being organized by the James Beard Foundation.
Celebrated Chefs, Events Take Over Strip for Fun, Food-Centric Weekend
Cindy Chartrand, who’s been executive chef at Opportunity Village since February, has big plans for the organization’s Kitchen Creations Catering team.
By creating your own homemade salad dressing, you’re making sure that you know what’s been put into it.
A glass of blue, sir? It is a question that may dismay purist winemakers in France, where wine is a way of life rather than simply a drink, but in the southern town of Sete consumers cannot get enough.
Whatever the occasion, you can take advantage of the sun and extra space outside for the perfect backyard party.
Thirsty city slickers are pitching in to help farmers in Australia’s parched interior by eating a pub delicacy called a “parma,” with some of the proceeds marked for drought relief.
The loss of the Tivoli Village Canter’s Deli, which abruptly closed last month, was a blow to Summerlin’s pastrami fans, but it could be seen as a boon for music lovers.
A ceramics resurgence is underway.
With the summer heat hitting us across many parts of the world, the need for cool drinks and a sun shade are at the top of the priority list.
A clean, healthy diet comes with inherent limitations, but Flower Child celebrates the eat-the-rainbow philosophy with a deep dive into nature’s bounty, resulting in a delightful feast of flavors and tumble of textures.
The next time you bake a loaf of home-made bread, try using flour milled from the seeds of the pomegranate (Punica granatum).
Fresh and easy recipes for your organic tortillas
Cooking classes, grocery store tours, meal planning
The newest museum in Las Vegas doesn’t charge admission. But they do accept tips.
With a root cellar, food storage without a refrigerator will be one less thing to worry about.
A new restaurant is open and bringing brunch and whimsy to Henderson.
Done correctly, repackaged salt can last for at least several years.