Food And Drink Articles
  • Having A Date Night Without The Babysitter
  • by Jack Terry
  • It is definitely important for married couples with kids to still be sure and carve out some special time for themselves, but it is equally important that they find special time for the family as a whole. One of the easiest and most rewarding ways to do it is to arrange for dinner at a family friendly restaurant.
  • An International Vacation In Your Own Small Town
  • by Jack Terry
  • Most people who wanted to experience authentic ethnic food and not some bland Americanized version of it typically had two choices, one only slightly less expensive than the other. They could plan a vacation to the country of their choice, or they could make a trip to a large metropolitan area and search out a cultural neighborhood. Neither of these options were something people could do on a regular basis. Luckily, that is starting to change.
  • Thai Food for Beginners
  • by Allen Levin
  • This article describes Thai food for beginners. This is for people who haven't tried Thai food or thinking about trying traditional Thai dishes and want to learn more about it.
  • Saying Hooray For Mole
  • by Jack Terry
  • If you ask most people to name sauces associated with Mexican cooking, you will get salsa, guacamole and then typically a blank stare. This should not come as much of a surprise, considering that most people's introduction to Mexican food comes from snacking on tortilla chips, and both salsa and guacamole go well with them. Neither, however, have had quite the influence on Mexican cooking, history and culture as mole sauce has had.
  • Fusion Food to Fast Food: Everyone Deserves a Great Dining Experience
  • by Lizzy Taylor
  • Whether you are dining in a casual fusion restaurant or a five star restaurant, the company's number one goal should be to keep you happy. They order the freshest ingredients for their menu items, they make every drink fresh to order and everyone employed by this company should have a smile on their faces. Smiling faces should greet you at the door and this should put a smile on your face!
  • The Super Bowl is The Perfect Time to Try Fusion Foods
  • by Lizzy Taylor
  • The Super Bowl is a huge event in the United States that breeds a lot of drinking and eating. This game makes a lot of money for local businesses, the teams playing in the game and food and beverage distributors all over the nation. Although the game may not be for another several months, there is no doubt many fusion restaurants and bars are planning ahead to see how they can stand out from the numerous other venue options for customers.
  • Appleton, Wisconsin: A Family Friendly Vacation Destination
  • by Lizzy Taylor
  • Appleton, Wisconsin is the home of many amazing things. This little slice of paradise in the Northern United States is a wonderful place for you to bring your family and spend time learning about their diverse and interesting history. You can dine in fusion restaurants, explore historical sites and visit museums to learn even more about this city.
  • The Great Grape Debate
  • by Jack Terry
  • With its diverse climate and terroir, coupled with advances in winemaking techniques and the addition of science to the art, California wines are rated as some of the finest wines from around the world. Several dozen different varietals call California home, and just like many of the people who live in the Golden State, they are not native to the land.
  • How To Sniff A Screw Top
  • by Jack Terry
  • There is a long standing multi-step procedure to opening a bottle of wine, especially when it is being done table side during a meal. One of those steps is for the wine steward to dramatically present the cork to the person who ordered the wine so they may inspect it. Part of that inspection includes sniffing the cork.
  • Meet Your Newest Favorite White Wine
  • by Jack Terry
  • Today, winemakers have more options than ever before when it comes to getting their wines into the hands of new customers. This allows them to think outside the traditional varietals they would have planted just a generation earlier in order to have the best shot at profitability and instead, focus on grapes that they have always enjoyed. One of the grapes that is getting a new lease on life because of these changes is Viognier.
  • Finding The Right Father's Day Gift
  • by Jack Terry
  • There is probably no single industry more thrilled about Father's Day each year than the international coalition of Tie Makers. People buy their dads a tie each year even if they only own one suit and only wear it when someone is either getting married or buried. This year, surprise your father by buying him something he will actually use and enjoy throughout the year: a membership in a wine of the month club.
  • The Truth Behind Avocado Season
  • by Jack Terry
  • As Latin fusion restaurants become more popular, and people are looking for new flavors to try while eating healthier, it is important to see just how much truth there is to this "Avocado season."
  • The Colorful Food Your Kid Will Love
  • by Jack Terry
  • The easiest way to get a kid to go from nice to nuclear is to have his food show up with cilantro on it. Parents from Appleton, Wisconsin to Zephyrhills, Florida threaten their waiters with the penalty of diaper changes to not have any garnish on the plate. It is a foreign substance, and as anyone who was once a kid will tell you, they do not have to taste something to know they will not like it. So why do kids like guacamole so much?
  • It Is Time For That First Family Meal
  • by Jack Terry
  • There are all sorts of milestones that children pass through as they grow up: first steps, first lost tooth, first day of school, first trip to the principal's office. For the family as a whole, one of the most stressful and dreaded events is not one that comes on any calendar or with much of a warning. It is the first time you all visit a casual fine dining restaurant together.
  • Fusion Foods Add Character and Variety
  • by Lizzy Taylor
  • Working in a restaurant is hard work. Every single job from the front of the house hostess to the dishwasher in the kitchen will work very hard and also under pretty stressful conditions. When the restaurant gets busy, there is nothing you can do but kick it in high gear and get your job done. People who have never worked in a restaurant have no idea what it is like to work in such a fast paced environment
  • Head North This Summer to Appleton, Wisconsin
  • by Lizzy Taylor
  • Appleton, Wisconsin is a great little town located in the United States along the Fox River. Europeans made it to Appleton in 1835 and wanted to trade furs with the Native Americans in the area. The White Herron was an inn that was constructed in 1835 by Hippolyte Grignon to house his family and others who were passing through to trade goods. Appleton was officially settled in 1847 but was not incorporated as a village until 1853.
  • Latin American Fusion Food: Prepare For Greatness!
  • by Lizzy Taylor
  • Latin America is home to many different cultures with a very diverse culinary repertoire. In recent years in the United States, Latin fusion restaurants have been sweeping the nation. This combination of Latin food with American food makes for quite an interesting menu that is sure to fill your belly and leave you asking many questions of exactly how it came to be.
  • Protecting White Wine In The Summertime
  • by Jack Terry
  • Wine is something that can be enjoyed all year round, but the summertime presents many challenges for keeping wine the best it can be. Many parts of the country have temperature swings of 30 degrees or more during the course of the day, extreme enough to be damaging to wine in any range. If you follow just a few simple tips, however, you can make sure your wine stays as delicious as ever.
  • The Many Regions Of California Wine Country
  • by Jack Terry
  • As big as California is as a state, it would be almost as big if it were its own country. The amount of wine the wineries of California create would make it the fourth largest wine producing country in the world. But there is so much more to California than just Napa Valley. Small batch wineries all over the state are producing award-winning wines each year.
  • The Extra Benefits of Joining A Wine Of The Month Club
  • by Jack Terry
  • On the face of it, joining a wine of the month club is a no brainer for anyone who likes wine. With so many clubs to choose from, there is something for everyone, regardless of how much money they want to spend or what type of wine they are looking for. It means one less errand to worry about each month. Finally, it takes out the guesswork of what wine to try and instead has an expert picking out the selections.
  • Getting The Most For Your Wine Dollar
  • by Jack Terry
  • Most consumable products like food and drink fall into one of two categories. Either they are so distinct that there is absolutely no substitution, or if the brand name you are shopping for is out of stock, there are two or three other choices that are so similar as to be indistinguishable from each other. Soda is a prime example. Even the world of alcohol is no different for the most part.
  • Low Sodium Diet - How To Create Flavorful Rice, Pasta, Or Vegetables Without Salting The Water
  • by Debbie Benson
  • Following a low sodium diet can be challenging especially when you think you need to add salt to the water when cooking rice, pasta, grains, vegetables (especially potatoes), etc. You have always salted the cooking water. You don't even think that not salting the water is possible. Your main concern is the food will be bland. Here are some tips to flavor the cooking water without adding salt.
  • The Serious Side of Tequila
  • by Jack Terry
  • Most people who are even casual drinkers typically have a story about why they no longer drink tequila. With craft cocktails becoming all the rage not just in the big cities but small towns across the country, and the proliferation of Latin fusion restaurants, tequila is more popular than ever, and yet so many people still avoid it. A little tequila knowledge, however, can go a long way to enjoying it.
  • Big City Dining In Small Town America
  • by Jack Terry
  • Dining out in the United States for the last several decades could be broken down into two categories: going out for a fancy meal made by an international chef in a big city, or splitting a pizza at the local Italian joint in town. Small towns typically did not have a diverse enough population to support something deemed exotic.
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