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By EDGE | Thursday Jan 24, 2013
Looking to escape the cold, dull city this weekend? Mohegan Sun celebrates its 10th Annual Sun WineFest Jan. 25-27 with an array of food tasting, culinary demonstrations and free-flowing cocktail parties.
By EDGE | Friday Jan 11, 2013
Are you craving a hunk of classic San Francisco sourdough? How about a heaping plate of pasta in North Beach? Reservations are now available for Dine About Town San Francisco, Jan. 15-31.
Thursday Dec 6, 2012
Chris Scarduzio’s Table 31 Restaurant, in a partnership with Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City Chefs and The Star Group, will host Savor for Sandy, a special event to raise money for employees affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Saturday Nov 3, 2012
Chef Ben Ford, owner of Ford’s Filling Station in Culver City, Calif. - and son of actor Harrison Ford - will be the headline chef at Yuma Lettuce Days.
Tuesday Oct 9, 2012
Celebrating its 18th year, the Festival Gourmet International returns on November 8th - 18th to tempt the taste buds of hundreds of foodies who will gather in Riviera Nayarit, Tepic and Puerto Vallarta for this international gourmet event.
Monday Oct 8, 2012
This autumn, guests are invited to take a culinary wine tour around the world with the return of Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro’s Wine & Dine Mondays series. Designed to both educate and entertain, the series is aimed at oenophiles of all levels.
Saturday Oct 6, 2012
From November 1 to 11, the all-new TASTE MTL Festival will invite Montrealers and visitors alike to celebrate the great variety and quality of the city’s restaurants at appetizing prices.
Thursday Sep 27, 2012
Hawaii’s oldest food festival will once again host more than 40 events throughout the 2012 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival slated for November 2-11.
By CLARKE CANFIELD | Tuesday Sep 25, 2012
The U.S. seafood catch reached a 17-year high last year, with all fishing regions of the country showing increases in both the volume and value of their harvests.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Sep 11, 2012
If you look at a map of Montreal, you’ll notice that the city is shaped like a pair of lips and it’s fitting that the Tourism Montreal logo, which visitors see all over the city, replaces the O in Montreal with a red-lipsticked kiss.