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Nov-23-2011

WorldCard Mobile: iPhone App Review

Posted by Thomas
Maybe you've been in my shoes before. Imagine yourself standing on the hard floor of a trade show in Las Vegas in a stuffy suit and your feet are killing you. Despite the physical pain, you've made a lot of great contacts over the course of the week.... [...]
Its that time of year when you really need a simple, throw together, delicious recipe that can be done in a SNAP. Josh told me that he needed to bring a dish in for his work potluck and I instantly jumped on being in charge of a couple of desserts. I h... [...]
Today, relax with your favorite P.F. Chang’s meal at home before the biggest cooking holiday of the year. All online orders scheduled for pick-up on November 23rd will receive a 20 percent... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website f... [...]
Nov-22-2011

First Class to Amsterdam for $78

Posted by Deej
Today I am back with BootsnAll’s 30 Days of Indie Travel Project, a daily blogging challenge with a prompt for every day in November 2011. Today's topic: Transit. This was one of the very first stories I told when I started my blog, but since my mom ... [...]
Nov-22-2011

Small Business Saturday Nov 26

Posted by Vegas and Food
This is about the event and the importance of buying locally. If you're planning on shopping that weekend anyway, why not take a break to eat at a local restaurant and do some good for your community?Small businesses are the lifeblood of our communit... [...]

Nov-22-2011

Meme…Tuesday? Yep, its Wood!

Posted by Thomas
Meme Monday brings you a weekly Internet Meme that we have found. Internet Memes are described as something that catches on like wildfire with Internet communities with no outside source of promotion. They exist purely for enjoyment and laughs. [...]
Welcome to the first stop aboard Magical Blogorail Teal. Enjoy the ride as we share with you our Disney pet peeves.So, I guess I'll go ahead and put this out there into Cyberspace...While at Disney, I may from time to time get a little, well, annoyed. ... [...]
Feed It Forward is a celebration of the gift of giving that began in 2008 as a result of the economic downtown. Feed It Forward empowers everyone to experience the gift of giving, regardless of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website... [...]
Nov-21-2011

Moriwase at Maido

Posted by mdw
We’re going back to the scene of a great omakase dinner last year. Despite a torrential downpour, and tornado watches, we met at Maido Japanese Restaurant in Doral, FL. People cancelled due to the weather, others were late, as traffic was miserab... [...]
Nov-21-2011

And the Winner Is…

Posted by Thomas
The Second Snack Holiday Giveaway eligibility for entry was over this past Saturday night. The names were collected and drawn at random from a hat. The winner of the 2011 Second Snack Holiday Giveaway is.... Blog Commenter: Emilie! Emilie you ha... [...]
mmm… Greek yogurt. Its totally delicious and protein packed- what could be better? Once I get this whole lactose issue figured out…I will find a way to get it BACK in my life!! The other day, I received an awesome package from Chobani. They now hav... [...]
Nov-21-2011

$45 Fall menu and holiday promotions at Morton’s

Posted by Jessica Lemmo
Morton’s Baltimore, for a limited time, is offering a prix-fixe three course dinner for just $45. The exclusive three-course menu includes Morton’s Center Cut Iceberg Salad, a single cut Filet... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs... [...]
Nov-20-2011

Mateo’s Ice Cream & Fruit Bars – Los Angeles

Posted by Vegas and Food
If you want some cheap and unique flavors of ice cream, this is the place to go. Mateo's has 3 locations in Los Angeles. Not only ice cream, but they also serves sandwiches, smoothies, and ice cream bars. I believe this place is open until 9pm, but no... [...]
Nov-20-2011

Omakase at NAOE

Posted by mdw
What a great little place we ate at last week in Sunny Isles. It’s NAOE, and it features a master itamae named Kevin Cory. After you finish the amazing bento presented by Chef Kevin Cory, you can eat sushi until you’ve had enough. But none ... [...]
Nov-20-2011

Giveaway: $30 Eversave to Pho #1

Posted by Jessica Lemmo
Take a chance and enter to win a Eversave to Pho #1.  Follow the directions below and make sure to click on "I Did This" for each type of entry once you did it! RafflecopterSettings = { ... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for... [...]
Nov-19-2011

Coma Inducing Southern Style Skillet Gnocchi

Posted by Tender Branson
For people or kids new to a language, idioms can be a bitch. These tiny phrases are rooted with figurative meanings that must be learned just like any other piece of vocabulary. Ask someone who is new to the language to draw a picture of a “a chip on your shoulder” and you will undoubtedly [...]
Nov-19-2011

Was it good for you, too?

Posted by Laura, The Carolina Epicurean
Please take a few minutes to complete this Hendersonville-Flat Rock Small Plate Crawl SURVEY if you attended the November 8-9, 2011 Crawl. [...]

Nov-19-2011

Writer’s Block?

Posted by cmh gourmand
Sorry for another pause in content. Prepare for an onslaught of posts in the next two weeks. In the previous six weeks I left a job and started a new career, traveled in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Pittsburgh, Cleveland (x2), Huron, Sandusky and Zanesville. I have donuts, restaurants, wineries, breweries, food trucks and Green Bean [...]

Nov-19-2011

Bouchon Bakery in Yountville, CA

Posted by julia521
Bouchon Bakery 6528 Washington Street Yountville, CA 94599-1397 from  the moment you walk in, there is a heavenly aroma in the air. and of course, there’s a ton of people between you and the window but once you get to … Continue reading [...]
Nov-19-2011

Big Daddy’s BBQ ~ St Paul, MN

Posted by Kristi Sauer
Cuisine: Barbeque Restaurant Features: Counter-Service Location: St Paul, MN Address: 625 University Ave St Paul, MN (651) 222-2516 Hours: Mon-Tues: Closed  Wed-Thurs: 11am – 6pm, Fri-Sat: 11am – 9pm Sun: 11am – 6pm Links: Big Daddy’s Website * Big Daddy’s on Facebook * Google Map Big Daddy’s BBQ ~ St Paul, MN Atmosphere: Located on [...]
Nov-19-2011

Getting ready for Thanksgiving…

Posted by Lynne Goldman
Getting ready for Thanksgiving? Or do you just want to get out of the house? Here’s the food calendar for Bucks http://t.co/GQL6HFR4 [...]
#6 Collecting You don’t have to be a millionaire to collect wine, and you don’t even need to have a huge amount of space available in your home. I’m what you call a “wine geek” (not to be confused with … Continue reading → [...]
Nov-19-2011

Buns that Wow: Chairman Bao

Posted by Kelsey

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Okay, I'll admit it. I've been on a bit of a hiatus partly because of work, but also partly because of the fall television season starting again. Not to mention my determination to watch Lost, the entire series, for a second time. But the good news is [...]

Nov-19-2011

Food for Thought #274

Posted by bromography
Money may talk, but chocolate sings. ~Unknown [...]
A great event is happening tonight… both for your belly and for the children! My good friends at Social Media Tulsa are sponsoring a series of events that can make you feel good about eating out. Beginning tonight at Top That Pizza, bring a toy (... [...]

Nov-19-2011

Pumpkin Ice Cream

Posted by natalie
Last weekend, I set out on a run. I was excited because temperatures were warm and the sun was out--when you're usually running at 5 am, it's a real treat to run in daylight. My excitement quickly turned to frustration. The source of my frustration? Th... [...]
Nov-19-2011

roasted sweet potatoes with blue cheese

Posted by janelle
Just the other night friends came to dinner and I roasted carrots and turnips; often I roast new potatoes with shallots and wedges of fennel. Or under a big roasted chicken: fennel, onions, kalamata. You will see me lube up squash with olive oil, cut b... [...]
Nov-18-2011

Deck’s Done with School! – My Final Paper

Posted by admin
In 8 weeks, I have wrapped up my Sports Nutrition class, and fully educated myself on, well, sports nutrition.  I hope that you’ve enjoyed reading along to my Q&A and took a little snippet or something away from it.  For the final project, I had to do a report on two ergogenic aids.  I decided [...]
Nov-18-2011

Del Monte Peach Dump Cake #delmonte #cbias

Posted by Jules from A Little Bite of Life
Each month a group of Moms make a nice luncheon for the teachers at my sons school-because I am a food blogger (and I love to cook), I am recruited... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] ... [...]
Nov-18-2011

Sunday binging trip in SF and Bay area

Posted by Mimimoza
Shortly after we had an epic brunch at the Fat Lady, we decided to walk to off and went over to Jack London park located just a few blocks away.  Little did we know we would be tantalized by the fresh produce and food stands at the farmers market ... [...]
Nov-18-2011

One Year Ago Today…

Posted by The Bitchy Waiter
One year ago today, my life was forever changed. November 18, 2010 will be a day I will always look back on as one that shifted the course of my life and pointed me to where I am today, for one year ago was when Lispy Gay took me down to his office at ... [...]
Nov-18-2011

Los Angeles via iPhone 11/18/11

Posted by Kelly
Nov-18-2011

Budget? What Budget?

Posted by Deej
Today I post as part of BootsnAll’s 30 Days of Indie Travel project, a daily blogging challenge with a prompt for every day in November 2011. I've only just discovered the series, so I am arriving a bit late to the game. Today's topic: Trav... [...]
Nov-18-2011

Freixenet Friday Gi.Ve.Aw.aY

Posted by Johnna Knows Good Food Restaurants, Drinks & Recipes Washington, D.C.
For the past couple of Fridays, I have been sharing simple ways to dress up your holiday bubbly using Freixenet Sparkling Wine, (specifically the Cordon Negro Brut and the Cordon Negro Extra Dry) and offering great prize packs from Freixenet in the pro... [...]

Nov-18-2011

World Tour: Japanese Cravings

Posted by Johnna Knows Good Food Restaurants, Drinks & Recipes Washington, D.C.
As the temperatures seem to have taken a drastic downward turn, I find myself wanting the comfort of warm, soothing dishes, specifically a nice chicken broth – you know the generous serving of soup that generally precedes your meal when dining at... [...]

Nov-18-2011

Come to Wrightstown Farmers’ M…

Posted by Lynne Goldman
Come to Wrightstown Farmers’ Market tomorrow (Sat) 9 am to 1 pm for the last market of the season!. http://t.co/GtIyR5CO [...]
Nov-18-2011

Thinking of drinking: Cranberry Sangria

Posted by capitalcooking
Photo by Emily Clack Try this Cranberry Sangria with your Thanksgiving meal.  You'll love our Cocktails chapter in the Capital Cooking Cookbook.  After taking a look, you'll be prepared for any party.  Cranberry Sangria - 2 cups... [...]
Nov-18-2011

Coming up in KC

Posted by lesley lifting life
Happy Weekend! And not just any weekend, but the weekend before Thanksgiving! The festivities have begun and the holiday season is here to stay. I plan on posting a few more Thanksgiving’ish recipes before the big day arrives so be on the lookout th... [...]
Nov-18-2011

The Layover

Posted by Frank Ranu of Ranu's Reviews
The LayoverTravel Channel9PM MondaysAnthony Bourdain is back with a brand new show about maximizing your time in a big city. The culinary world’s bad boy will show you where to eat, what sites to see and how not to be a douche when traveling.&#16... [...]

Nov-18-2011

Getting ready for Thanksgiving…

Posted by Lynne Goldman
Getting ready for Thanksgiving? Or do you just want to get out of the house? Here’s the food calendar for Bucks http://t.co/SXnsZjug [...]
Nov-18-2011

Booze…in 50 Words or Less: Rogue Santa’s Private Reserve Ale

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy
Rogue Santa's Private Reserve AleLittle disappointed by this one. Maybe due to high regard I have for the Oregon brewer's concoctions. First swig left me feeling off-put. Features spruce as an ingredient, but they didn't make the odd spice work in the ... [...]
The breakfast I had this past Tuesday was the best I’ve had in a while. It was quite simply outstanding. What made it so gush-worthy? Lots… Keep reading… A couple of y’all have mentioned this place to us on Twitter and Facebook, and as it turns out, I already knew about this place, just not [...]
Nov-18-2011

Booze…in 50 Words or Less: North Coast Brewing Company Le Merle

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy
North Coast Brewing Company Le MerleDefinitely one of the more intriguing (if not completely satisfying) beers I've had in a while. Was expecting a straight-ahead Saison, but what I got was a little bit of a sour beer. There's earthy, fruity flavor too... [...]
Last week my friend and former roommate, Lauren was in town with her hubby from Kansas City.   As anyone who reads my blog knows, when Lauren is in town anything we do tends to revolve around food, wine of course a little bit of retail therap... [...]
Nov-18-2011

Booze…in 50 Words or Less: Smuttynose Winter Ale

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy
Smuttynose Winter AleFor my first beverage back on American soil, I chose this seasonal beer by the Portsmouth, N.H., brewers. On a night where three intriguing beers were consumed, this was the clear winner. It was heavy on malt while subtly flavored ... [...]
Nov-18-2011

MEGU

Posted by The Restaurant Fairy
  Food: ☆☆☆☆ Service: ☆☆☆☆ Ambiance: ☆☆☆ ½ Cost: $$$$ Fit for: People Watching, Special Occasion Dining Dishes not to miss: Tuna & Avocado Megu Style, Tuna Soy Akami & Black Truffle Special notes: Wait for rest... [...]

Nov-18-2011

Tavern 58, University Ave.

Posted by Pizza Guy
Ordering pizza from a place you've never tried before is always a bit of a crap shoot, but that's especially true at restaurants. You can ask the waiter, of course, but you're liable to get anything from pizza on a premade shell, or on French bread, o... [...]

DSC_0195There are some days when all you crave is a hodge podge of your favorite things to eat. A little of this and a little of that. Those are the days when I start cooking one thing and then end up making 5-6 things. [...]
Nov-18-2011

Thinking of Drinking: Spiked Fig Apple Cider

Posted by capitalcooking
At our recent Lamb and Fig dinner, I made this Spiked Cider with figs and Diep 9 to go with our meal.  Special thank you to the California Fig Association for contributing the delicious fruit.   1 gallon of apple cider ... [...]