Whisk Wednesday

Chef Eric Kayser Brings Paris to NYC

Chef Eric Kayser Brings Paris to NYC

Paris is an enchanting city with its elegant people and beautiful gardens. Foodies from all over the world know that Paris is celebrated for the finest coffee, buttery delicious croissants, incredible French pastries and of course the perfect baguettes. Fortunately for New Yorkers, some of the best Parisian treasures are now available in four locations […]

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Ribollita, Tuscan Bread Soup

Ribollita, Tuscan Bread Soup

Tuscan Ribollita is a dense bread soup that originated in Florence, Italy during the middle ages. After medieval banquets, the leftover bread was given to servants, who combined it with whatever vegetables, herbs or beans that were available into a delicious soup and thus Ribollita found its origins.  Many bread-based dishes were created during this […]

| September 4, 2013
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Henry’s Secret Magical Split Pea Soup

Henry’s Secret Magical Split Pea Soup

Boca Raton, Florida is one of our frequent winter jaunts and at the top of our favorite foodie haunts is Henry’s(www.henrysofbocaraton.com).   Located on Jog Road at the Delray border and known for its award winning American Cuisine, our love for Henry’s encompasses their charming dining room (both indoor and al fresco), their friendly bar, and […]

| August 14, 2013
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Happy National Tequila Day!

Happy National Tequila Day!

Tracing back to the Aztec Gods themselves, this spirit is one of our favorites and we strongly recommend having fun with it! Don’t settle on celebrating National Tequila Day with a standard margarita. “The American palate is so sophisticated these days. It goes hand-in-hand with the foodie movement – people want to know that what […]

| July 24, 2013
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A Taste of Nice

A Taste of Nice

Daily Food and Wine is heading to the beautiful Cote D’Azur for nine days to travel through the countryside sampling the traditional dishes and wonderful wines that are grown and enjoyed in this enchanting part of the world. The Cote D’Azur, named after it’s impossibly blue water is a coastline includes the cities of  Nice, […]

| June 12, 2013
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My Favorite Formaggio – Parmigiano Reggiano

My Favorite Formaggio – Parmigiano Reggiano

I have to admit, I am a formaggio (cheese in Italian) addict and I love all of the great Italian choices including fresh Mozzarella, Pecorino Romano and Ricotta, but my absolute favorite is Parmigiano Reggiano. Parmigiano Reggiano is the Diva of parmesans and well worth choosing only the authentic version. It is a hard cheese […]

| June 5, 2013
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Retro Brooklyn : Vegetarian Ahead of Its Time

Retro Brooklyn : Vegetarian Ahead of Its Time

Brooklyn, as well as the Lower East Side of Manhattan was known for having Jewish dairy restaurants.  Many of us remember Ratner’s and Rappaport’s. This genre grew out of the Jewish dietary laws that require the separation of milk and meat, and were known for serving Eastern European favorites like cheese blintzes, falafel and innovations […]

| April 24, 2013
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Wine Dilemma #1 – Uncorked

Wine Dilemma #1 – Uncorked

Every wine lover has pondered the question….What can I do with leftover wine? The natural answer would be to drink it, so how can we protect it to best retain it’s flavor and acidity in order to enjoy it in the next day or two? All wines will be “drinkable “ for at least 24 […]

| April 3, 2013
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Salted Caramel Meets Passover

Salted Caramel Meets Passover

The combination of sweet caramel and salt has become a culinary obsession in the American food industry. Whether it is an ice cream, a frozen yogurt flavor, or a Starbucks hot chocolate, salted caramel is all the "foodie" rage. So we think it is perfect timing for a salted caramel Passover treat. Our signature Salted […]

| March 20, 2013
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Cycling and Cooking with Food Network Star Bobby Deen

Cycling and Cooking with Food Network Star Bobby Deen

Bobby Deen with Flywheel Founder Ruth Zuckerman   Last week while were exploring all of the delicious events at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, we were anxious to temper all the indulgence with a good exercise session.  Luckily, we had the opportunity to attend a charity Flywheel (www.flywheelsports.com) ride that burned off loads […]

| March 6, 2013
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