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Have A Decadent Halloween With These Sweet & Savory Chocolate Recipes

Chocolate is deeply embedded into Saint Lucia’s culinary culture. It’s said that ancient Aztecs and Mayas were the first to grow cacao, touted as “The Food of the Gods“; however, when Spaniard explorers went to Mesoamerica they brought the cacao back to Spain, where it spread through Europe. The British […]

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Culinary Culture: A Delicious Guide To Turkish Food, From Past To Present
Asia / Europe / Food

Culinary Culture: A Delicious Guide To Turkish Food, From Past To Present

Turkey, described as the cradle where eastern and western civilizations connect, is located almost at the mid-point of where the European, Asian and African continents meet. Unsurprisingly therefore, Turkish cuisine is fusion food at its most extreme, with influences ranging from Middle-Eastern to Mediterranean to Balkan and even Central Asian. […]

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Horchata NYC: Where Modern Mexican Food Meets Authentic Design
Food / North America / Restaurants

Horchata NYC: Where Modern Mexican Food Meets Authentic Design

Horchata. A milky rice-based drink sweet spiced with cinnamon and chilled over ice. Horchata is also the name of one of New York City’s newest Mexican Restaurants, opened in Greenwich Village in May 2014 and serving a number of innovative horchata-based cocktails, among other interesting drinks and bites. Explains Manuel […]

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A Taste Of Italy: 5 Best Bites In Tuscany
Europe / Food / Travel / Travel Guides / Yum

A Taste Of Italy: 5 Best Bites In Tuscany

Tuscany, a region located in Central Italy,  is known as being one of the world’s culinary meccas — although to truly experience the best of the destination one must know where to eat. To help you plan a delicious itinerary, here is Epicure & Culture’s guide on where to get […]

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Tasty Travel: Learning The Art Of Soba Making In Japan
Asia / Experiences / Food / Tasty DM / Travel / Trip Journal

Tasty Travel: Learning The Art Of Soba Making In Japan

Izushi, Japan, located in the Hyōgo Prefecture less than two hours from Osaka and about two-and-a-half hours from Kyoto, is known for many things: an ancient theater, castle ruins, a preserved old-time feel, and, the focus of this piece, soba noodles. Home to about 50 noodle shops, Izushi is known […]