Discover some of our favorite places to picnic and get the insider’s scoop on picnic basket necessities.
Food & Drink
If you still think that avocados are fattening, it’s time for a mind shift. Yes, they are high in fat, but it’s good fat, i.e. monounsaturated, the kind that gives you shiny hair, befriends your arteries and lowers cholesterol levels. Avocados are also full of vitamins B, K and C.
Change is a beautiful thing when we desire it, but when it shows up on our front steps unannounced, we tend to want to slam the door in its face.
Kym Spiralke has brought Dixie Blue BarBQue to you. Last spring, a Woodbury branch of the restaurant opened to deliver genuine barbecue flavor to local residents.
Summer is a time to enjoy the great outdoors—mow the lawn, splash in a lake, tend the garden. Summer also has a sultry side, one that is sensual and slow moving. It’s the song of summer, when the living is easy and the summer breeze makes you feel fine.
We’re over the moon in June because our gardens are popping and berries are starting to burst. Strawberries start the parade and it just gets better with blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and more.
Restaurant managers David Breen and Ben Berry have worked together at Tri-City Restaurant Management for over a decade.
The last decade in American food culture has borne a bacon frenzy that shows no signs of slowing, and why on earth would it? Bacon is beloved by all; even vegetarians are not safe from bacon-induced slipups.
St. Patrick's Day festivities at O'Malley's Irish Pub included live music, green beer, classic corned beef and cabbage, and Irish beers on tap.
We scoured our archives for the best dishes featured in Woodbury Magazine throughout the past year, added some tweaks and updates from these local restaurants—many of which are finalists in this year’s Best of Woodbury categories as well—and pulled together one delectable dining guide that crosse
We’ve heard about the importance of a daily breakfast so often that the joy has been sucked out of the meal altogether. The happy vision of fluffy pancakes or sunny fried eggs has faded; breakfast has become the dreaded spoonful of medicine, commanded by a wagging finger.