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  I'm blogging to you for the next few days directly from the Aruba Marriott. Escaping from New England's heaps of snow and my frost bitten hands from shoveling was an easy move. Snowsuit or swimsuit? Hmmmmmm! So I will be enjoying this sunny resort, posting lots of pictures, dining around the...

To give chocolate is to give love. Give freely this Valentine's Day! Here's my top five choices for 2011 Valentine's Day Chocolate giving: 1....

Mark Bitterman knows how to write. Listen to his words, “Gradually the essence of my life took physical form: a lifelong pursuit of food and travel,...

At first Kestes Pizza & Vino looked like your normal pizza parlor. A long room holding maybe 15 tables with an open kitchen at the back. But as time...

  I was guided to a large round table at the back of a restaurant in Chinatown in NYC, immediately bypassing the long line down the street because...

For the second year in a row I was a judge of New Hampshire Magazine's annual Chocolate Competition, which seeks to highlight some of the best chocolate...

I was strolling in my local organic greengrocer and spotted small golden beets next to a heap of small ruby red beets, a scene that immediately conjured...

All of us waited in line. The smell was intoxicating, like the smell of fondue. We were standing in front of a little green food cart in the Borough...

I love Luxembourg wines. I hope you enjoy this video I made of my recent visit to Domaine Mathes where I sampled the wines and took a cooking class!   Domain...

I met a woman in Paris who bemoaned the fact that everything was a melange today. She wanted French chefs to make French food, not fusion. She wanted nostalgia...

Cooking with a French accent..