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Chef Alain Roby is no stranger to using his culinary creations to break records. On Saturday, he'll attempt his third entry into the Guinness record book, this time for the world's longest candy cane. He's already on the books for the tallest...
Bring a toothbrush and mouthwash. The 14th annual Delray Beach Garlic Fest kicks off Friday, stinking up Old School Square for three days of food, fun and music. Until Sunday, you can sniff your way down Gourmet Alley and sample flaming garlic shrimp...
Tags: Delray Beach, Festive Events, Garlic, Arts and Culture
This is the penultimate episode of season three of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and I am already having withdrawal. I have learned so much from these ladies: How to best shade an adversary (Lisa's dignified side-eyes and brush-offs are like...
Tim Burger once served his fellow Marines an uncooked turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. "The directions for cooking the turkey stated that it had to cook for some ridiculous amount of time. So, in my analytical mind, I thought I could reduce the time in...
The big buzzword in cookbook publishing for the last decade has been “platform,” referring to something that made you famous before you actually wrote a cookbook. It usually meant a television show or a famous restaurant. Publishers Weekly&...
Trisha Yearwood has recorded 12 albums and had 20 top 10 hits. So how did a three-time Grammy Award winner and Grand Ole Opry member become a bestselling cookbook author and Food Network star? "It was a happy accident," Yearwood says by phone from her...
Tags: Miami Beach, Whole Foods Market, Book, Cher, Trisha Yearwood
Corey's Catsup & Mustard opened five years ago this week on Manchester's Main Street, and the burger joint celebrates the anniversary Thursday and Friday with $5 burgers and $1 Bud Lights. The restaurant, Corey Wry's second venture in the city, was...
Chef Shawn McClain will soon open his first pizzeria inside Las Vegas' Aria resort, a property at which he has run the popular, upscale Sage restaurant since CityCenter’s opening three years ago. The eatery, called FIVE50, is to open this spring....
They call him the Ramblin' Pie Man, and he lives up to the name. These days, Dangerously Delicious Pies founder Rodney Henry spends more time on the road than he does at home in Baltimore. Almost nine years after he opened his first pie shop, in...
MICHIGAN – Chef Robert Irvine of The Food Network will at the Four Winds New Buffalo’s Silver Creek Event Center Friday, April 19 at 9 p.m. Chef Irvine will be airing his show Restaurant: Impossible live with cooking demonstrations and...
TV WatchersPen Argyl native Alan Pitotti and the chef and owner of Dolce Patisserie in The Shoppes at Hellertown, will pit his skills crafting delectable desserts against three other chefs in Food Network’s "Sweet Genius." In the reality cooking competition,...
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