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Original Soupman Reinforces NYC Roots, Delighting Locals, Travelers

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New York, N.Y. Ever since the phrase “No Soup For You!” was coined on the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” back in the mid 90’s, The Original Soupman has endured not only as a cultural icon, but a culinary one as well. Over two decades later, this New York City-born food brand has again turned its attentions […]

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Garden Lites Celebrates Fresh Culinary Approach with New Line

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New York, N.Y. Amid the imminent New Year as throngs will collectively commit to eating more nutritiously, whether as part of a weight-loss resolution endeavor or to enjoy a healthier lifestyle overall, one company—Garden Lites—has set its sights on helping folks achieve those goals—one tasty veggie at a time. This decidedly plant-forward firm is downright […]

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Five Frugal Wine Gifts Under $40

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If you’re wondering what to get the oenophile in your life this holiday season, there’s certainly no shortage of options—for better or for worse. But, can you actually impress without doing major damage to your bank account? You betcha! Here are 5 wine gifts under $35 sure to satisfy: The Dreaming Tree Wines Cork Speaker […]

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D.C. Foodies Find A Hawaiian Culinary Paradise in a Taco

Washington, D.C. What do you get when you take a top rated chef and let him spend some time living in and exploring the Hawaiian islands? You get someone eager to bring the flavors of that exquisite cuisine back to the mainland. The D.C. area is in for a treat, with Chef Ryan Fichter opening […]

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Havana 1920 Driving Cuban Cuisine Cravings in Downtown San Diego

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San Diego tourists and locals, alike are hailing Havana 1920, which opened its downtown doors in late 2017 in the city’s famed Gaslamp Quarter. Conceived by the GBOD Hospitality Group and with a kitchen helmed by Chef Anthony Porras, Havana 1920 exudes history—“channeling Cuba’s hay days when the island became a playground for Americans to […]

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How One Vineyard is Helping Warriors All Year Long, Especially During the Holidays

EOD Cellars wine collection helps provide financial support to warriors and their families This holiday season there will be millions of bottles of wine sold. According to the Wine Institute, there are 11,496 wineries in the country, and each year there are around 949 million gallons of wine consumed. Many people like to give wine […]

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BANANA WAVE Bananamilk an ‘A-peeling’ Non-Dairy Option

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Move over almond, soy, coconut and other non-dairy milk alternatives….there’s a new and decidedly tasty milk substitute in the supermarket aisle:  BANANA WAVE bananamilk. This natural, plant-based, non-dairy beverage is perfect for those people who dislike—or are just bored—with the standard milk alternatives on the market. It’s also a particularly excellent choice for anyone who […]

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Tasty Valentine’s Day Gifts with Direct-to-Door Delivery

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According to the National Confectioners Association (NCA), chocolate accounted for approximately 59 percent of U.S. candy retail sales for the six weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day in 2016. That’s a lot of sweet treats duly expressing our love and adoration for the darlings in our lives. Knowing these throngs, and possibly more, will again […]

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