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Sweet Nectar's bread pudding. Photo courtesy of Jessica Festa.
Food / North America / Restaurants / Tasty DM / Travel / Trip Journal / Yum

This Fort Lauderdale Restaurant Is Too Good Not To Mention

If you enjoy this post, please subscribe to Epicure & Culture by email, leave a comment below, and share on share on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. Thanks for visiting!In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, when exploring the Las Olas restaurants scene, make sure to stop by an artisanal venue worth the […]

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Culture / Europe / Tasty DM / Travel / Travel Guides

Food, Culture And Fun: Travel With A Blogger In Italy

Although there are hundreds of travel blogs and you are probably a reader of some of them it is not that often when you actually can join the bloggers themselves. They are telling beautiful stories about places they visited and the pictures of local food make you hungry. If you […]

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Why Our Stories Matter: A Look At Novelist Scott Bergstrom’s WWII-Era European Passport Collection
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Why Our Stories Matter: A Look At Novelist Scott Bergstrom’s WWII-Era European Passport Collection

It started with the passport of a young Polish woman named Zofja. Scott Bergstrom, author of the novel The Cruelty, discovered it in an antique store in Austria and bought it for a few euros. “I remember thinking it was odd and a little tragic to have something so personal […]

Exploring Italy In NYC Through Regional Farmhouse Cooking
Food / North America / Profiles / Restaurants

Exploring Italy In NYC Through Regional Farmhouse Cooking

Hell’s Kitchen may not be Manhattan’s quietest neighborhood; however, one venue offers the chance to transport yourself to authentic Italy. At Tavola, regional farmhouse cooking — mainly focusing on Puglia, Sicily and Rome — and a simple but high-quality wine menu delight guests’ senses, while a 7,000-pound wood burning double oven […]

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Modern Amman courtesy of the Jordan Tourism Board
Curated Lists / Encounters / Middle East / Travel / Trip Journal

Middle Eastern Travel: 10 Surprising Discoveries On A Journey Through Jordan

To date, Jordan has been one of the most surprising destinations I’ve visited. I’ll admit before going my opinion of the country was clouded somewhat by typical Middle Eastern stereotypes; however, these were quickly shattered as I met the locals and immersed myself in a welcoming local culture. To give […]