Food

Thank you Bourdain for Reminding Us of the Original Celebrity Chef, Jeremiah Tower in New Documentary – TFF Premiere

It’s time for the world to know Jeremiah Tower: one of the original leaders in elevating California Cuisine, gastronomy and the man who turned the restaurant into a fabulous stage. It took a rebel like Anthony Bourdain to recognize and acknowledge Tower, who seemingly fell off the face of the planet, except for a brief, and […] Click to read more »

NOTHING DOUR ABOUT THE DOURO

Meera Kamra-Kelsey, October 2015 Two landmark birthdays and a special anniversary to mark, we booked a Douro River cruise in Portugal on an acclaimed line well over a year in advance. We got the last available balcony stateroom. Seemed early but reasons became clear later. European river cruising is wildly popular as a relaxed way […] Click to read more »

Important Short Film, “Food For Thought, Food For Life” Screens Online this Saturday, October 24th for FOOD DAY!

FOOD DAY is this Saturday, October 24th and to help celebrate and begin important conversations about the food we obtain and consume, a brand new short film by award winning director, Susan Rockefeller, “Food For Thought, Food For Life”, will be available to view for free on Foodday.org & Foodforthoughtfilm.com . Rockefeller has done a […] Click to read more »

The Commissary in San Francisco is as Much Great Locally Sourced Cuisine as it is Historic Novelty By Steve V. Rodriguez

Dining at the less than year old restaurant, The Commissary by Traci des Jardines is as much a foodie delight of locally sourced Spanish influenced cuisine, as it is a history lesson of San Francisco’s Presidio district. Yes, you will delight in the seasonal cuisine that draws influence from Spain, and the tremendous impact Spanish […] Click to read more »

Executive Chef of Bocca Di Bocco, Kristin Sollenne talks Food, Fashion and her Charity the H.O.P.E Foundation

Executive Chef, Kristin Sollenne is a very busy woman as Executive Chef of the popular,  and expanding Bocca di Bocco in New York City, Sollenne recently opened up the 9th avenue doors of the restaurant for New York Fashion Week, featuring the designs of Mauricio Alpizar. Guests nibbled on tasty bites from Sollenne’s kitchen as […] Click to read more »

Ocean Style Magazine brings Top Caribbean Cuisine to New York with ReservedNYC

Ocean Style Magazine returned this year to serve up  Caribbean cuisine to New York featuring top chefs like Chef Tim Tibbits of Flying Fish restaurant in the Bahamas. Other chefs included Chef Purmessur of Coconut Bay Resort and Spa in St. Lucia,  and Chef Shorne of ShorCulinaire, who offers his private chef and catering services. Celebrities […] Click to read more »

Take a Look at how Food + Art + Music Seamlessly Unite at R House in the Art’s District of Wynwood, Miami – Video Feature

Art Basel, the international art show,  has literally put the city of  Miami on the global map as a serious art destination that has more going for it than simply being a tropical paradise. Wynwood, which is just North of the Design District and in close proximity to Downtown Miami, is quickly becoming the cities […] Click to read more »

Maui All Grown Up: The Sexy Sizzle of the New Andaz Hotel By Frank D. Pond

Wow!  That’s the word that jumps to one’s lips upon pulling up to the new Maui Andaz Hotel, walking down the dramatic colonnade entrance with water flowing on both sides and then entering the “Meeting Room” or what used to be called a Lobby.  The place is gorgeous, sexy, adult, glamorous and a HUGE step […] Click to read more »

Top 3 Fine Dining Restaurants in Sin City for 2014: Milos, Guy Savoy & Carnevino

Las Vegas has marked itself as a food destination like San Francisco, New York, New Orleans and Chicago. Newer hotels like The Cosmopolitan, Aria and The Palazzo have all positioned their gambling areas further into the hotel, thus making guest entrances a little less loud, focusing on beautiful aesthetics. These hotels also house some of […] Click to read more »