Food & Drink

A spread of food and drink from TST Creative Catering.

Summer means weddings, graduations and other parties are in full swing. Before you start planning, check out TST Creative Catering’s tips to ensure a celebration that feels extra special, but stays right on budget.

A variety of romantic wines.

Valpolicella, Ripasso and Amarone. Just saying the names sounds romantic.

Tamarack Taproom’s Mile High French Silk Pie and Irish coffee.

Indulge this holiday season with drinks and desserts inspired by one of the world’s most romantic flavors.

Duc's Restaurant owner Duke Kim sits in front of some of his food.

For a taste of authentic Asian comfort food, look no farther than the hand-me-down family recipes served up by Duc’s of Woodbury.

Jackie Chang and Wanyi Tong have big plans for their authentic Cantonese restaurant in Woodbury.

waffles of woodbury

It’s golden brown. It’s crispy. It’s like a pancake’s older brother, if only he had perfect little built-in compartments for decadent toppings. Thanks to discerning tastebuds everywhere—and maybe Eleven from Stranger Things—the humble waffle is having a serious moment in the spotlight.

Thanksgiving and the Loire Valley

Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday. It’s a time for family, food, wine, and giving thanks for all our blessings. There are so many great wines to choose from, but wines from the Loire Valley (France) seem made for the occasion.

The apple of your pie

With pie season in full swing, there’s no better way to ensure success than with the best tips and recipes available. 

“My mom would bring the ingredients home and I’d get super excited because I knew what was coming,” Julian Ocampo recalls of growing up in Cuernavaca, in the Morelos state in Mexico, with his parents Armando Ocampo and Lilia Zagal.

Every Saturday night, Jerry’s Foods sends email subscribers a Meals in Minutes recipe and appetizing food photo, along with a link to its weekly sales ad that starts the next day. On Monday, the recipe is the first post on its Facebook page.

I’m sure we’ve all read descriptions of wines and thought to ourselves, “What are they talking about?!” Some descriptive words for wines, like “linear,” “brawny,” “fleshy,” “meaty,” and “fat” leave me perplexed.

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