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Culinary-Forward Seafood at Eddie V’s San Diego

Courtesy Eddie V’s/Darden Concepts Inc.

San Diego, CA.  Next time you have a hankerin’ for swordfish from Block Island, scallops from Georges Bank or Yellowfin Tuna from the Caribbean, there’s no need to charter a jet to satisfy your craving for seafood sensations like these. Instead, those fortunate enough to be in “America’s Finest City” can just head downtown to […]

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Seven Reasons to Love Fleming’s La Jolla

Courtesy Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

San Diego, CA. Having lived in San Diego for well over a decade I’ve had the pleasure of eating at Fleming’s La Jolla location on numerous occasions. With each, the award-winning restaurant exhibited why it’s remained a North County staple for classic steakhouse fare since opening in 1999. Fleming’s La Jolla was, in fact, the […]

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Five Reasons to Choose BCR Charity Wine for Your Holiday Meals

Washington, D.C. Americans love to drink wine, especially with their holiday meals. In fact, the Wine Institute reports that last year, wine consumption in the U.S. reached 893 million gallons, which equals around 2.8 gallons per resident. While many people are unsure which kind of wine to serve with their holiday meals, their choice may […]

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Age-Old Model of Healthy Living, Mediterranean Diet, Under Threat

New York, N.Y.  The Mediterranean region is undergoing a “nutrition transition” away from its traditional diet, long revered as a model for healthy living and sustainable food systems and known for preserving the environment and empowering local producers, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has warned. A healthy diet can help to alleviate […]

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Only in New York: Taste of Kyoto Near Columbia

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New Indian Wines Add to New York’s Diverse Cuisine Scene

New York, N.Y.  One of the things I love most about New York City—why I moved here 30 years ago — is its dynamic multicultural scene. European immigrants long ago contributed to this diverse milieu, and today new groups are contributing to our increasingly diverse melting pot. In recent years, I have been a voracious […]

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